Randall Findlay, Board Chair, is a local high school teacher and theater critic. As an educator, Randall specializes in Shakespeare, journalism, and film. In 1999, he presented an analysis of 20th-century film versions of Romeo and Juliet at the Shakespeare-on-Screen Centenary Conference in Benalmadena, Spain. He also attended the 2010 Teaching Shakespeare Institute at the Folger Shakespeare Library. Randall currently teaches at St. Paul Academy and Summit School where he both helps coordinate a student Shakespeare festival and advises a student film club that produces an annual film series and a film-making contest. He previously taught at the Blake School in Minneapolis and Galileo Academy of Science and Technology in San Francisco. Randall earned his B.A. at Carleton College and has a teaching credential from San Francisco State University.



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