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Art & Faith Conversations

Apr 18, 2017

We are joined by guest, Randall Flinn, founder and artistic director of Ad Deum Dance Company in Houston, TX.  He shares his incredible testimony of how he used dance all his life to run from the monsters in his heart as a result of his parent's broken marriage but when he found Christ, God transformed his heart and his dance career.  At one point he dreamt of performing on Broadway but God rerouted him and he found himself dancing on a mountain in Haiti for the poorest children in the world where God revealed that He was taking Randall on "the narrow way."  That's just one of his many transforming stories he shares in the interview!

Randall began his dance training in Houston over twenty five years ago with Glenn Hunsucker, Camille Long Hill, Dina Vail and Patsy Swayze. His most recent modern dance influences have come from studies with The José Limón Dance Company and Steve Rooks, former principal dancer with Martha Graham. He has taught and choreographed locally as a guest artist for the Houston Ballet Academy, The Episcopal High School, Houston Met Dance Company, Joan Karff Dance Company, The High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, and North Harris Performing Arts Dance Company.

 Nationally, he has served as guest faculty and choreographer for Cirque Du Soleil’s-Alegria, Ballet Magnificat, Belhaven University, Friends University, Project Dance NYC, LA, and Sydney, Australia, as well as Hillsong and Dance Revolution Conventions.

Having lived throughout Europe and Asia for ten years, Randall has also been a guest artist for Hong Kong Ballet, City Contemporary – Hong Kong, Guanzhou Modern Dance Company – China, Xaris Danz Europe, and Youth With a Mission International Schools of the Arts.