Mark Twain Live!
I have been performing my solo Mark Twain Live! show since I was 17 years old. I stopped counting my actual appearances at about 2000.  I have performed all over the country and in just about every setting-from off-broadway in New York City to the APTRA Awards in Los Angeles to the State Department in Washington D.C.

The show plays well in Theatres, schools, colleges, libraries and at private functions as well. For 10 years I was the official Mark Twain for the Huck Finn Jubilee in California. The Daughters Of The American Revolution awarded me a special honor for authenticity.
 
This show can be tailored to any length and I will work with your group if your event has a special theme~Mark Twain Live!  is the perfect guest anywhere!
Charles Dickens Presents: A Christmas Carol
See Charles Dickens present his most popular holiday tale
A Christmas Carol!  This is NOT a reading! Mr. Dickens acts out more than 25 characters just the way he presented the story on his popular tours all over the world in the 1800's.
 
The show can be presented in two acts, with each act about 50 minutes, or in a one act-one hour version especially for libraries, senior groups and private functions

The show is available only in November & December with booking beginning about mid-year.
 
"a talented actor and magnetic stage presence...
when Randall loses himself in one of those Dickensian bouts of rich description, he’s at the top of his game." 
Buffalo News
Mike Randall & Friends
If you like puppets & magic and lots of audience participation you'll enjoy Mike Randall & Friends . I perform for schools, libraries and at family friendly functions like Lewiston's Annual Wildlife Festival and the M & T Plaza Summer series.
 
I have been performing with puppets & magic since the mid 1970's when I was hired as the Marvelous Magical Burger King.  You may even find me at the occasional birthday party!
 
"Buffalo television meteorologist Mike Randall can't make the rain stop and the sun come out, but he can work magic.  The young and not so young who filled the library's community room were amused and delighted by Randall's tricks and his hand puppet performance."
Joan Josephson 
Observer Staff Writer 
Dunkirk-Fredonia