Rance Wright (CEO, Producer, Choreographer, Performer) is currently the producer of The Wright Way Productions and co-producer of Wright Brothers Productions where he works on a variety of new projects including reality TV shows, theater productions and film productions. Rance is also the creator of Wright Way Master Classes, where he has the opportunity to teach alongside major New York agents and casting directors both locally and nationally. Wright Way Master Class students learn the technique of becoming a better auditioner. Rance is also the creator of The Photography Train, a company that takes major headshot and fashion photographers across the country to help give greater quality headshots to locations that otherwise would not have them. Rance has also had the pleasure of directing three major ad campaigns here in New York City for gyms and spas through The Wright Agency/Manageement office, which has raised the quality and number of clients for each facility. Rance went to school at BYU in Music/Dance/Theater for his BFA and continued on to The Boston Conservatory for his Masters. He has performed in many regional productions and national tours.

From Ann Wright, Rance's mom:

Rance was born August 11, 1977 in Glendora, CA at home weighing in at 9 lbs 4 oz and 21 inches long, with blondish brown hair (that went curly) and blue-green eyes. At about 9 months old, whenever music came on, Rance would bounce and move to the music. By about 13 or 14 months old, whenever his mom would hum or sing, Rance would start walking backwards and forwards, jumping up and down, taping his foot or clapping his hands in time with the music. He didn't care where he was or who was watching, he loved the rhythm of the music and the applause of the audience!

Rance's Mom taught dancing (tap, ballet and Jazz) and Rance took all three. He never got tired of dancing and was so good, he always danced with kids three or four years older than him.

He has always been a people person and loved organizing events. As a young boy, he organized the neighborhood kids and put on plays, trampoline shows, etc. Of course, he even recruited mothers to make costumes and furnish treats - Awkward and amazing!

Rance attended Dixie High School in St. George, Utah, where he began his love for performing and the arts. From his first musical performance on stage as Judah in Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, he has always known that a career in the performing arts was for him. The passion of giving of himself to his craft would drive him to where he is at today.

Rance served a mission for his church for two years where he organized musical productions across his mission. Once he came home he attended Brigham Young University and New York University (1 year) getting his final Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music/Dance/Theater from Brigham Young University. He went on to Boston, MA where he received his Masters of Music in Musical Theater from The Boston Conservatory. Education has always been a means to an end for him.

Rance is a very loving and very, very talented person. From his childhood to now, he has always been very driven. He sets goals and then he achieves them. He has always had a positive attitude toward life and a fun-loving spirit. His God and Family come first in his life. He has a big heart which is very generous. He loves people and loves to help whenever possible. He has always been an organizer and has a knack for seeing a need and then developing it into a successful business. I am grateful as a mother to have such a wonderful son.

Love you, Mom