Randy Boothe

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Mormon Randy Boothe
Randall W. "Randy" Boothe is the artistic director of the Brigham Young University Young Ambassadors and an assistant professor in the BYU School of Music. Boothe often accompanies the Young Ambassadors on the piano. He has been director of the Young Ambassadors since 1978.

Brother Boothe has worked for the Promised Valley Playhouse in the past. He directed Michael McLean's Celebrating the Light when it was performed there in 1992.

Boothe served a mission for the Church in Germany.

Boothe is an alumnus of Brigham Young University-Hawaii.

Brother Boothe directed Remembering the Prophet, Joseph a 200th anniversary of his birth celebration about Joseph Smith held in the Marriott Center. He also directed Luz de las Naciones, the LDS Church's 2004 Hispanic Celebration held in the LDS Conference Center. He also directed Light of the World, a production, also held in the Conference Center, that occurred in 2002 in connjunction with the 2002 Salt Lake Winter Olympics.

Brother Boothe grew up in Spanish Fork, Utah.

He has also served as director of BYU's Living Legends.