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Ray Elizabeth Wilson (they/them) is a queer NYC-based multidisciplinary theatre artist and singer songwriter originally from a small town in rural New York State of 600 people.  Fascinated and inspired by rural America, this context inspires much of what they do.

Recent acting credits include: Show Me Eternity (54 Below & Culture Lab LIC dir. Daniella Caggiano), Kinky Pint Sized Plays (National Queer Theater, dir. Adam Odsess-Rubin), Macbeth (West Fourth Stage Company, dir. Zachary Elkind), Wonderland (New York University, workshopped with Frank Wildhorn and directed by Gabriel Barre), and Disgraced (Arizona Rose Theatre). 


Ray holds a bachelor of music from NYU Steinhardt in Vocal Performance with a concentration in Music Theatre. 

Ray can also been often be seen around the city performing with the band, Granite Garden. Beyond the stage, they are an avid reader, collage artist, writer, and cat dad.

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