Randy Wong-Westbrooke is a scenic designer born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. Driven by their own mixed identities and desire to bring unheard voices from around the world to various audiences, they seek opportunities to work with diverse creative teams to tell relevant, impactful, and intersectional stories.
They have designed sets for American Conservatory Theater’s M.F.A. Program, SF Playhouse’s Sandbox, Crowded Fire Theater, Shotgun Players, Ferocious Lotus, New Conservatory Theater Company, Custom Made Theatre, Cutting Ball Theater, Los Altos Stage Company, Palo Alto Players, Contra Costa Civic Theater, as well as many other independent projects. They are also a resident designer with TheatreFIRST, an art-as-activism organization investigating new models of equitable representation through a development-based new works process.
While primarily a scenic designer, their additional credits include costume designer for Significant Other (SF Playhouse), and props and associate costume designer for the world premiere of Mermaid Hour: Remixed (Mixed Blood Theatre Co.) in Minneapolis.
They have been a scenic art assistant in Oregon Shakespeare Festival's F.A.I.R. Program and a mentee in the USITT Gateway Program.
They received their B.F.A. in Scenic Design from Ithaca College in upstate New York.