Founder, Principal, CEO

EDGE Director

Jazz, Turns


Randall is a Founder, Principal, CEO and General Manager of L.A. DanceForce Inc. (1992-present), the parent corporation of EDGE and the LADF Workshop and Competition.  From 1989-2010 he was the Executive Director of the LADF Workshop and Competition, which set many records including being the only company to hold events in four countries.  Randall is a Director at EDGE (1992-present) and he is also a Founder and CEO of the non-profit dance advocacy corporation The Dance Fund (2005-present).


Randall began teaching in Los Angeles in 1981 instructing intermediate through professional levels of jazz and turns technique at studios including Dupree Dance Academy (1983-1987), L.A. Dance Academy (1987-1992) and EDGE (1992-present).  On tour Randall has taught for Dupree Dance Expo (1985-1986) and with the LADF events (1989-2003).  He has also instructed master classes and adjudicated in the U.S., Canada and New Zealand.


Randall has worked in front and behind the cameras as a performer, choreographer and assistant choreographer.  He was a principal performer with Michael Jackson for the Bad and Dangerous world tours appearing in the acclaimed HBO performance from Bucharest, the XXVII Super Bowl, American Music Awards, Grammy Awards, Soul Train Awards and many other live and televised shows around the globe.  From 1985 to 1987, Randall was the assistant choreographer for the original television series Fame, as well as dancing on the show and playing the recurring role of Vince. Other television appearances include Mama's Family, Faerie Tale Theatre, It's Gary Shandling's Show, Look Of The Year, You Write The Songs and Double Platinum. He can be seen in classic music videos including Paula Abdul (Cold Hearted Snake), Rod Stewart (Young Turks), Toto (Roseanna), Rodney Dangerfield (Rapping Rodney) and Michael Damian (Cover of Love).  Randall’s commercial credits include, 7-UP, Pepsi, Butterfinger, Orange-Ade, Continental Edison, Nissan and Target.  He has appeared in the motion pictures Stayin' Alive, Back to the Future, Girls Just Want To Have Fun and Electric Boogaloo.


Among his choreography credits is an episode of the original television series Fame (7th season), a television special for the Ford Modeling Agency’s Super Model Of The World, the largest and most prestigious international modeling competition, the motion picture Teen Wolf Too with Jason Bateman, a Three Musketeers commercial, a Playboy Video promotion, the Golden Apple Awards for the Foreign Press Association, and the National Council on Aging (NCOA) tribute and honors to MGM Movie Musicals.






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