Based in New York City
He / Him / His • Member Since 2018
Max Raymond (he/him) is a gay trans man, writer, actor, educator, theatre administrator, and creative strategist living in NYC. He holds a B.A. in Communication Media, Arts Entrepreneurship, and Vocal Performance from NC State University, and has worked with theatre companies throughout North Carolina and New York. Max recently originated the role of the Dungeon Master in the World Premiere of "In the Castle of Eternal Sunset: A Module for Ten 0th Level Characters," a new two-hander play by Charles Green that changed from performance to performance according to the roll of a d20 die. Earlier this year, he originated the role of Archie Andrews in the World Premiere of "Archie’s Weird Parody," a new musical by Neil Klein. Outside of performing, he is the Director of Communications at Theatre of the Oppressed NYC. Max is also the recipient of a 2022-2023 Echoes Playwriting Fellowship through Primary Stages, a member of The PlayGround Experiment’s Literary Advisory Council, an alumni Mentor with the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition’s Trans Leadership Academy, and an alumni ensemble member of the NYC- and Chicago-based Social Justice Improv Project. He recently performed in "808," a short film about safety in queer nightlife, written by JJ Maley and directed by Sierra Schnack. More at maxraymond.org and on Instagram @maxraymond_.
Male | Trans Man
Writer, Actor, Director, Educator, Theatre Administrator, Creative Strategist
Available for Gender Consulting
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Modern, Clogging, Ballet
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