Happy New Year! I am excited to perform with Andy Karl and Orfeh at their upcoming Feinstein's/54 Below concerts on January 23 and 30th!
You can purchase tickets online
Thank you Nerdist for the shout out in your review!
"The show’s ensemble cast is a delightful gaggle of Broadway character actors that color the world of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania with sweet earnestness. Every single member has their time in the sun, with a particular standout being resident town drunks Ralph and Gus (played by Raymond J Lee and Andrew Call, respectively) and their fuck-it-all theme, “Nobody Cares.” We won’t spoil it for you, but the tune is not only sure to get stuck in your head, but you’ll be replaying its staging in your mind’s eye for weeks to come (also: Lee is a hilariously drunken joy to watch on stage and we can’t wait to see more from him)."
Check out the full review on Nerdist
Check out these fun articles about Groundhog Day the Musical - look close and you may see someone emerging from their groundhog suit:
The New York Time - 32 Reasons to Get Out & Off the Couch
Vulture - When Every Day Is ‘Groundhog Day’
What day is it? Groundhog Day! Ray is thrilled to have originated the role of Ralph in Broadway's Groundhog Day, directed by Matthew Warchus! What has a blast it has been living the same day over, and over and OVER again!
Ray is excited to announce he signed with Matthew Sullivan of Sullivan Talent Group
Ray completed a reading of SAINT JOAN for The Public Theater, directed by Alex Timbers and written by David Byrne
Check out Ray's updated Reel! Click here to view.
Ray will be joining the cast of NERDS on Broadway! Click here for the official press release
Ray will star in the musical "Great Wall" at the Village Theatre in Issaquah, WA and Second Stage Theatre in Everett, WA. Click here for Information and Tickets!
Watch Ray, along with several Asian American actors, recount their stories about being Asian American in the acting business in HBO's "East of Main Street: Taking the Lead". Click here to view the trailer