Production stage manager Beverley Randolph died of cancer on March 15 in Bloomingdale, N.J. She was 59.
From 2009 until her death Randolph was production supervisor for the “The Addams Family” tuner.
Over a career spanning more than three decades, she stage managed more than 20 Broadway productions. Credits include the Kander & Ebb musical “Curtains,” the tuner “Little Women,” the 2002 revival of Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods,” the 1998 revival of “The Sound of Music,” Sondheim’s Tony-winning best musical “Passion,” Kander & Ebb’s “The Kiss of the Spider Woman,” William Finn’s “Falsettos,” the Tony-winning best musical “Jerome Robbins’ Broadway,” “Follies in Concert at Avery Fisher Hall,” the 1987 revival of Kander & Ebb’s “Cabaret” and Neil Simon’s “Chapter Two.”
During the 1980s, she stage managed eight Broadway productions for producer-director Hal Prince.
Born in Norristown, Pa., Randolph attended Ithaca College.
She is survived by her husband, James Eisner, a theatrical production electrician; her mother; and a sister.
Donations may be made to the Actors Fund.