RANDOLPH MIDDLETON is an American dancer, singer, and actor. At an early age Randolph immediately developed a passion for the instant adrenaline and audience presence that only a live production/performance can provide.
First sharpening his craft in short films such as Day One and Holy City, both filmed in Charleston, SC, Randolph cultivated his ability to express his emotions and character(s) effectively. Randolph was later afforded the opportunity to work in productions for Disney’s The Last Song and Lifetime’s Army Wives, however the real challenge was presented when Randolph was introduced to the 24HR Plays hosted by Deuce Theatre of Charleston, SC. This challenge imposed on the actors involved to learn and perform a play in twenty-four hours, which had been written the night before. After his successful performance in The 24HR Plays, Randolph realized that theatre was also where his interest lied as a performer and decided to pursue this vain of performing further, developing into a satisfying passion.
Since, Randolph has performed in productions such as Deuce Theatre's original The Duncan Storm with performance dates through Charleston’s Piccolo Spoleto Festival (2011) and revived in 2014 for said festival and another performance of the 24HR Plays, Aiken Community Playhouse’s RENT and How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, Flowertown Player’s Chicago, Grease, Hairspray, West Side Story, and You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown, Midtown Production’s Five Guys Named Moe (Charleston MOJA Festival) and Pippin’, Charleston Performing Arts Center’s (C-PAC) revival of Charleston: The Musical, Charleston Stage’s Gershwin at Folly and The Seat of Justice, Footlight Players' A Chorus Line, Charleston Ballet Theatre's Sleeping Beauty and The Nutcracker.