RAY ANTHONY THOMAS (Junior). As a member of the Atlantic Theater Company, Ray has appeared in such productions as Human Error, The Beginning of August, The Lights, Edmond, and Distant Fires. Ray was on Broadway in David Mamet’s Race, and his off-Broadway credits include: The Most Deserving (The Women’s Project), Volunteer Man (for which he received an OBIE for performance at Rattlestick) Kindness (Playwrights Horizons), The Exonerated, Saved or Destroyed, Black Eagles (at MTC), and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (at NY Shakespeare Festival/Public). He has worked at many of the major regional theaters across the country, and his favorites include: the original company of Water by the Spoonful (2012 Pulitzer Prize and Connecticut Critics Circle Award for best ensemble) at Hartford Stage, Glengarry Glen Ross (La Jolla), ‘Proctor’ in The Crucible (Syracuse Stage), Master Harold… and the Boys (Westport), Top Dog/Underdog (Pittsburgh), A. M. Sunday (Louisville), Fences (Philadelphia-Barrymore nomination) and To Kill a Mockingbird (Detroit Free Press Award, supporting actor). Ray has worked in seven of August Wilson’s ten-play cycle, and was honored to appear in Fences and Jitney for NPR’s August Wilson’s Century Cycle. TV and Film include: Their Eyes Were Watching God, “Rescue Me,” “The Sopranos,” “Oz,” “Law and Order” (numerous episodes), “I’ll Fly Away” (Emmy Consideration), Trouble with the Curve, Shutter Island, Pariah, Sleepwalk with Me, Manchurian Candidate, and Changing Lanes.