The odd thing is, both places made him equally happy.
“I went from the Four Seasons Hotel in Geneva to the Holiday Inn Express in Rock Hill, and one world was as exciting as the other,” he says. “It was beyond my expectation how genuine our relationships were after all these years. Being with classmates reminded me what I’d had to do to get to work with (Stevie).”
That’s Randolph-Wright: A ceaseless traveler who gets his mail in New York City, has directed across North America – including “Motown: The Musical,” whose national tour comes to Charlotte’s Belk Theater Tuesday – yet hangs onto the South Carolina house his father built by hand more than half a century ago.