Randall W. Boothe
Randall W. Boothe is an associate professor in the BYU School of Music. He has served for 25 years as artistic director of the Young Ambassadors. His performance tours for BYU and BYU–Hawaii have taken him to 40 countries on 61 tours over the past 30 years. He is a consultant with Walt Disney Productions, the Polynesian Cultural Center, and Jackson Hole Playhouse. In 1997 he directed the Sesquicentennial Spectacular in Cougar Stadium with a cast of 6,000 participants, and last year he served as codirector of Light of the World, the 2002 Winter Games Spectacular presented in the LDS Conference Center during the Olympics.
Brother Boothe has served as second counselor in a stake presidency, on a stake high council, as a bishop, elder’s quorum president, varsity team coach, Primary teacher, choir director, organist, gospel doctrine teacher, and as a full-time missionary in the Germany Frankfurt Mission from 1970 to 1972.
He is married to the former Susan Johnson of Spanish Fork, Utah, and they have three children.