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Interview with Randy Reyes on the Influence of Education

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Trena Bolden Fields welcomes award-winning theatre artist, Randy Reyes to discuss how education played a role in where he is today. 
Randy Reyes is a theater actor/director/ educator in the Twin Cities.  He got his training at the University of Utah and The Juilliard School.  Randy has performed at the Guthrie, Mixed Blood, Ten Thousand Things, and Mu Performing Arts.  He's directed for Mu, The Pillsbury House, Theatre in the Round, and Ten Thousand Things.  He's taught at NYU Grad Acting Program, U of Minnesota/Guthrie BFA Acting Program, The Guthrie Experience, Augsburg College, and Macalester.  Randy moved to the Twin Cities from NYC eight years ago and is the incoming Artistic Director of Mu Performing Arts, a 21 year old company that does theater and taiko from the heart of the Asian American experience.