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TENDER at the Capital Fringe Festival, Washington, DC July 13-23, 2023
Tender has been named a DCTA Best of Fringe production
…crisply written…Randolph and his team at Transformation Theatre take great steps toward generating an important new work of drama.
PUFFS at Silhouette Stages, Columbia, MD
Transformation Theatre, Inc.
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Carl founded Transformation Theatre, Inc in April of 2019 where he is currently Producing Artistic Director.
Transformation Theatre (TT) provides a collaboration venue with ‘up-and-coming’ and established theatre artists to focus on socially relevant original, unpublished plays and adaptations celebrating underrepresented groups. TT, Inc. typically promotes the works of playwrights in the DC/MD/VA region, however, playwrights throughout the country, as well as those outside the US may submit work for consideration. Through the live productions of these playwrights’ work, TT, Inc. strives to enhance and stimulate an understanding of ourselves and others.
Carl earned his MFA in Directing from the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC and a MA in Producing Film and Video from American University. His thesis production, Futureproof by Irish playwright Lynda Radley was also the US premiere. Carl interned as the Associate Artistic Director for The Washington Stage Guild in DC where he is now an artistic associate. He has worked in many aspects of theatre including Producer, Director, Choreographer, Actor, and Special Effects Make Up Artist for over 35 years. A proud member of SDC (associate member), AEA and SAG-AFTRA Carl served as the Balto/Washington AEA Liaison for six years. His directing credits include productions of A Chorus Line , My Fair Lady, Guys and Dolls and Terra Nova (winner best director, Burlington Footlighter’s in NJ). He directed the world premieres of Greg Jones Ellis' All Save One for the Washington Stage Guild and Audrey Cefaly's Consider The Ficus for the DC Queer Theatre Festival. He is also the producer, writer and director for the film, Never Dream, The Beginning. Film acting credits include leading roles such as Gabriel Utterson in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Satan in Fall of the Morningstar, Devlin the Destroyer in Sorcerers of Stonehenge School, and Gordon in Nocturne. TV credits include lead roles in episodes of The Prosecutors on the Discovery Channel, Civil War Combat on the History Channel and Special Forces; GSG-9 on the Learning Channel. Theatre credits include performances at the Kennedy Center (Shear Madness), Bobby in the 2nd National Tour of A Chorus Line, the Fulton Opera House, Fort Salem, Signature, MetroStage, Henlopen Theatre Project, Wayside, Round House (Helen Hayes Award, A Prayer for Owen Meany), Ford's, Washington Stage Guild, Imagination Stage and Olney Theatre (Helen Hayes for A Chorus Line). Carl was choreographer and lead dancer with Illusionist John Bundy and Morgan in their Halloween special Spooktacular on Tour for over 6 years. As the former owner of Dragon Fire FX (formerly Morphaige), he is an award winning make-up and effects artist. His make-up designs have been seen in productions of The Jungle Book (winner best make-up in NJ), The Wizard of Oz, Into The Woods, Spooktacular, national commercials including Chevy Trucks with Cal Ripkin, Jr. and numerous independent feature films , such as Never Dream the Beginning (TIVA DC award), Nocturne, The Suffering, and Dark Therapy as well as the DC promo of AMC's The Walking Dead.