About Randy Stull
Get to know Randy Stull
Randy Stull is a musical theatre performer from Frederick, MD. He’s been studying voice since he was 11 years old and pursuing musical theatre since 7th grade when he was cast as The Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz. He went on to graduate Summa Cum Laude from Catawba College in Salisbury, NC with his BFA in Musical Theatre. He has performed with Kristin Chenoweth and sang the National Anthem for the Washington Nationals. Most recently he has toured the country performing The Little Engine That Could with ArtsPower National Touring Theatre and was rehearsing a brand new show as part of a four-person jazz quartet called Vocally Aligned with Jullian Records out of NYC before having to move back to the Frederick area due to the pandemic. Randy takes great pride in sharing his passion with students!