Charles Randolph-Wright has built a dynamic and diversified career in directing, writing, and producing for theatre, television, and film. He directed the smash hit Motown The Musical (Broadway, National Tour, and London), the Broadway-bound musical Born For This (which he co-wrote with gospel icon Bebe Winans), the Pulitzer Prize-winning play Ruined and the musical Sophisticated Ladies at Arena Stage, the 75th-anniversary tour of Porgy and Bess, Brian Stokes Mitchell in Love/Life at Lincoln Center, Guys and Dolls (50th-anniversary tour), They’re Playing Our Song (in Brasil), Cabaret Verboten at the Mark Taper Forum (with Bebe Neuwirth and Roger Rees), and The Diva Is Dismissed (with Jenifer Lewis) at the Public Theater. Charles wrote the play Blue, which broke records at Arena Stage and is slated for a New York revival. Charles also wrote Cuttin’ Up, The Night Is a Child, Love in Afghanistan, and co-wrote the Tony-nominated Just Between Friends starring Bea Arthur. TV credits: Greenleaf, Katy Keene, Step Up Highwater, Lincoln Heights, South of Nowhere, and Live at Lincoln Center.