Scott Randall

Stage Manager

Stage Manager

Scott has been a fixture 'just off stage right' at PacWest's performances since 2008. Through the years he and Kelly have worked over 40 shows together. As a result, PacWest recitals are efficient and entertaining, allowing the audience to see the kids -- not technical errors.

Having been involved with local theatre productions for over twenty years, Scott has basically grown up on Snohomish County’s stages. As an actor, director, makeup designer, lighting designer and stage manager, he has helped create memorable moments for audiences and fellow cast and crew members in many shows including “Rumors,” “Witness for the Prosecution,” ”Norman, Is That You?” and “Scrooge and Marley” all at the Historic Everett Theatre where he served on the Board of Directors for eight years, helping to guide the purchase and restoration of the aged vaudeville house. He has also been part of shows at Monroe’s Off the Wall Theatre, Everett’s NorthSound Rep and Northwest Savoyards, Mukilteo’s Rosehill Players and with Stanwood’s Camwood Players.

His first love has always been teaching and he took part in coaching and performing with Everett and Mariner high schools, Post Middle School in Arlington and the community colleges in both Everett and Edmonds. He has also run Halloween makeup seminars for the Everett Rotary and done special fund-raising perofrmances for the Everett Elks Club and Everett Soroptomists.

Scott lived in Los Angeles for the past six years, working as an actor and makeup artist for film and TV. He had the opportunity of working with current stars Seth Rogen and Shanna Moakler, legends of the screen including Ed Asner and Robert Picardo and even local favorite Bill Nye (the Science Guy!) along with many talented up-and-comers. While living in L.A. he taught special effects makeup classes to at-risk teens at the Hollywood Entertainment Museum. He was also very invovled with the USC Film Department, working on dozens of student films, while attending acting and directing classes at UCLA.

Scott has been instrumental in bringing the arts to Marysville, as his Red Curtain Foundation broke ground on a new fascility in the former Dunn Lumber building on Grove Street. Visit redcurtainfoundation.org to learn more about this amazing organization.