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Thanks to our sweet Kinwad we have these caps from Randy's short film, Julius Caesar, that was filmed in 2009 in Brooklyn. :P
Click on the picture below to see the entire Gallery!



Posted by Marcy


We have a wonderful news! Due to its great success, "The Habit of Art" has been rescheduled until october, 23rd!
Source: The Studio Theatre.

We also have a short video from a local tv station in Washington, D.C., where some journalists talk about "The Habit of Art".
You can see some short clips from the show and Randy is in one of them!



Posted by Sunshine


Here another pic of Randy taken on stage during the play "The Habit of Art." Thank you Trish (Toto)!!


The bigger version is HERE.


Posted by Marcy


Thank you (AGAIN!) to our wonderful Trish for sharing her report about "The Habit of Art! HERE to read it!


Posted by Marcy


Here's the complete picture of Randy taken from “The Habit of Art” initially posted ten days ago!



Bigger version is HERE.

Source: The Studio Theatre.


Posted by Chicca


Studio Theatre posted a video "trailer" of "The Habit of Art" including a few scenes from the play, with also a bit from Randy's monologue! Thank you Trish!
Lo Studio Theatre ha pubblicato un video "trailer" di "The Habit of Art" con alcune scene dello spettacolo, c' anche un pezzetto del monologo di Randy! Grazie a Trish!



Posted by Chicca


There are a few reviews about "The Habit of the Art"!
Randy is not mentioned but it's good to know people are enjoying the play!

Metroweekly's revew HERE
Thewallstreetjournal's review HERE
Kstreetkate's review HERE
Expressnightout's review HERE
Washingtonpost's review HERE


Posted by Chicca


Berkshireonstage.com named the best and the worst of the summer season on stage. Obviously, the musical "Tommy" starred by Randy was listed as one of the best of the summer 2011!
You can read the whole article HERE

"The Who’s Tommy lit up the Colonial Theatre as the new Berkshire Theatre Group (BTG) topped the list of contemporary and rock musicals. Directed by Eric Hill, the new production was surprisingly satisfying and honest to its source material, an impressive debut for the newly merged Colonial Theatre and Berkshire Theatre Festival.

Randy Harrison as Tommy captures the best performer in a musical honors, while Leslie Kritzer as Miss Adelaide and Daniel Marcus as Nicely-Nicely in Guys and Dolls deserve to take deep bows as the best supporting actors."


Posted by Chicca


The Habit of Art received the "Helen Hayes Awards Recommended".

The show has been awarded from a panel that attends theatre plays. This award entitles the winner to the use of the "Helen Hayes Awards Recommended" logo, in order to support the show promotion.

In fact the logo has been added on the Studio Theatre site, on the
page dedicated to "The Habit of Art": studiotheatre.org
HERE you can find the list of the shows which received the award and among them "The Habit of Art"!

And...we have another review on washingtonian.com

"As much as the play explores art, it also looks intimately at sexuality, a subject Bennett appears to be growing more comfortable dealing with. Both Auden and Britten are revealed to be gay, although Britten, like Bennett, is far less comfortable with what that actually means. And one of the play’s most poignant moments seems to touch on both subjects, when the Australian “rent boy” (Randy Harrison) Auden has taken an interest in expresses his longing to understand what the other two men are talking about, instead of being excluded from art. “There’s always someone left,” he says. “You all have a map. I don’t.”


Posted by Sunshine


Hello everyone! We have another pic of Randy taken on stage during the play "The Habit of Art." Thank you Katia and Lory!


The bigger version is HERE.
Source: The Studio Theatre.


Posted by Marcy


Hello! We have another review about The “Habits of Art.” You can read it HERE. Thank you Katia and Lory!

“..And there's nice, unobtrusive work from a surprisingly populous supporting ensemble - call them six characters in search of some business - with a nicely understated Randy Harrison at their head, playing a comely young tyro playing a rent-boy for whom a BBC producer is briefly mistaken. (I know! But it's a backstage comedy, people, and I only have so much space here.)”


Posted by Marcy


We have two more pictures of Randy taken from "The Habit of Art" opening night reception! Thank you so much Trish (Toto) Katia and Lory! Randy is Amazing!


The bigger version is HERE.


The bigger version is HERE.
Source: The.Studio.Theatre.


Posted by Marcy


Hello everyone! We have a review about The “Habits of Art.” To read it click HERE.Thank you to Katia and Lory!

"But Tim (Randy Harrison), who plays the rent-boy within “Caliban’s Day,” has the most thematically important role. He articulates how biography whitewashes sex workers like himself, and Tim (the actor) shows the most enthusiasm over getting inside his character. At varying ages, these men realistically reflect how time and experience inform their craft. While the playwright frets and the stage managers gently coerce, the actors who play actors stunningly convey multiple meanings, often within the same line."

Sorce: brightestyoungthings.com.
Thank you Katia and Lory!


Posted by Marcy


Hello everyone! There's a wonderful pic of Randy taken on stage during the play "The Habit of Art."



The bigger version is HERE.
Source: studiotheatre.
Thank you so much to Katia, Lory and Trish (Toto)


Posted by Chicca


Hi everybody! We have a short report from imdb about "Habit of Art". You can read it HERE.
Thank you Katia and Lory!


Posted by Marcy


Yesterday evening (September 7th, 2011) was the opening night of the play "Habit of art." On The Studio Theatre website, you will find more informations. Click HERE.
If someone attended already.. please share pics and reports!!

An update about the "Gayby" project: they needed 15 thousand dollars, and now the counter on the website is at 16,154 so that should mean they reached and surpassed their goal! We're waiting for more informations.


Posted by Chicca


Randy, along with some of his friends like Jack Ferver, Matt Wilkas and Jenn Harris from "Qwan", Bridget Everett and Kenny Mellman, has been busy helping another friend, Jonathan Lisecki, shoot a movie in New York.
It's the story of a woman (Jenn) who wants to have a child and so she asks her gay friend (Matt) to help her. The only problem is that she wants to get pregnant in the traditional way ...

The production of the movie needs 15 thousand dollars starting from saturday. You can check this website Kickstarter.com for details (and donations).

This is the Facebook page: gaybyfilm

And here's a trailer for the movie: TRAILER

Randy is not featured in the trailer but the movie sounds so nice..and.. it sounds like such a great production!

Thank you to Katia e Lory for the news!


Posted by Chicca


Hello everyone! I'm really sorry for the lack of updates... but I didn't hear aything lately... I mean ..about Randy... Finally...:

Red Bull just announced their upcoming schedule. Randy is listed in at least one event for now:

Monday December 5th, 7:30pm
TRAVESTIES OF SHAKESPEARE
A Talk by John Wolfson
Travesties of Shakespeare's plays were popular entertainment in Victorian England. They began as satires on Shakespeare "critical editions" and then took over the stage. John Wolfson, Curator of Rare Books, Globe Theatre, traces the development of the Travesty.
Featuring Randy Harrison and John Douglas Thompson

Thank you my sweet Trish! (Toto)


Posted by Marcy
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