Randall Stuart’s work as a theatre artist spans four decades and includes productions at regional theaters, summer festivals, opera companies, and university and professional theatre programs. As an author and playwright he has a deep interest in the development of new plays and stage adaptations. His productions of The Women of Troy, The Inkwell Communiqués, Fools Fall (adapted from Timon of Athens) and the musical A Lovely Day (adapted from Ghelderode's Pantagleize) have all enjoyed full productions. Along with large-scale mergings of John Gay's The Beggar's Opera with Brecht/Weill's The Threepenny Opera and Euripides' Medea with Moliere's The School For Wives, Randall has created streamlined versions of various Shakespeare comedies for college productions. Additionally, he has adapted literature for community and pro-Peace benefits, including Lysistrata [Bay Area Critics Circle Award]. Randall Stuart is presently working on an extensive memoir/documentary project entitled Backstage Left which treats on matters theatrical.