Peter Ratray

Peter Ratray, actor, director and teacher. Former faculty of The New York Academy of Dramatic Arts; former associate director of The Mint Theater Company and School. As an actor: Broadway – The Country Girl (standby for Morgan Freeman), Tony winning Torch Song Trilogy. Off Bwy. – Stuff Happens – Public Theater; Waiting for Lefty – New Group; lead roles in new works at La Mama ETC, St Clements, New Dramatists. Ovation Award nomination for Nicholas Nickelby (Los Angeles), The Mind with the Dirty Man – Mark Taper Forum, West Coast premier of Boys in the Band; Kennedy Center – The Magnificent Yankee. Film: The Abyss, Stonewall. Television: guest roles on Sex and the City, Law and Order, ER, Third Watch, NY Undercover, Law and Order Criminal Intent. Many years on daytime TV – Another World, Ryan’s Hope, Search for Tomorrow, All My Children. Director: New works at MCC, Mint Theater, New Group, Westbeth Theater Center, EST, world tour – To the Death of My Own Family. Mr. Ratray has so far produced six episodes of the acclaimed DGF filmed interview series The Legacy Project – Dramatists Talk About Their Work.

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