Wilde Theatre Company is a professional Theatre company with a fresh approach to storytelling, focused on ensemble-based theatre in the Tampa Bay Area and beyond.
Wilde Theatre is a company of collaborative artists and performers who are [Re]creating beautiful stories that reveal human nature
(so that the future can be)
Lindsay M. Warfield is an award-winning director, designer, and producer with a passion for creative storytelling and ensemble-based, highly physicalized theatre. Her unique vision and search for beauty in this world has influenced her aesthetic and lent itself to a varied and transformative approach to directing.
Having trained with members of the SITI Company in Viewpoints and Suzuki; studied Literary Adaptation with founding members of the Lookingglass Theatre Company in Chicago; trained in Theatre for Community And Social Change with Micheal Rohd; and spending three seasons as a fly-on-the wall in rehearsals at the American Reparatory Theatre in Cambridge, MA (watching some of the greatest directors from around the world), her style is a unique blend of all she has seen and done over her 20 years of directing.
Lindsay is a leader in the Educational Theatre Community, serving as the State Chapter Director for Florida Thespians and producing the largest youth theatre festival in the world, bringing some of the top theatre and film artists in the industry to the City of Tampa each year. She is a trained Aesthetic Educator through the Lincoln Center Institute; and a National Arts Advocate. She believes Theatre has the power to change our society and to make us better humans.
Lindsay has her Master’s Degree in Directing from the Chicago College of Performing Arts at Roosevelt University and has taught as a guest artist across the country.
Randall Delone Adkison,
Randall Delone Adkison has lived the Theatre Life! Randall performed in regional theatres, cabarets, National tours, and off-Broadway. Memorable performances include: The Marquis De Sade (Quills), Raoul (The Phantom of the Opera), Frank N. Furter (The Rocky Horror Picture Show Live!), John Wilkes Booth (Assassins), Friar Laurence (Romeo and Juliet), the world premiere of Ben Hur: the Musical, and the off-Broadway American premiere of Spanish physical comedy troupe Tricicle’s, Three For All, and countless revues with The Voltaire Cabaret in Chicago.
As a Producer, Director, Designer and Violence coordinator, his work has been seen across the country in educational and regional theatres. Favorites include: The Threepenny Opera (First Coast Opera), They’re Playing Our Song (Atlantic Beach Experimental Theatre), The Producers (Orange Park Community Theatre), 1998 Theatre for Young Audiences Season (Fort Salem Theatre), And the World Goes Round (Players by the Sea).
A leader in Theatre Education, He serves as the Assistant State Director for the Florida Thespian Society and is the Past President of The Florida Association for Theatre Education.
He holds a Master Degree in Entertainment Business from Full Sail University and a Master of Fine Arts in Script and Screenwriting from Regent University.