Office Hour @ South Coast Repertory

by Julia Cho

directed by Neel Keller

with Sola Bamis, Corey Brill, and Sandra Oh

Listen to Raymond’s interview on KPCC’s The Frame with John Horn here:

tokyo fish story @ The Old Globe

by Kimber Lee

directed by May Adrales

with Tina Chilip, Tim Chiou, James Saito, and Jon Norman Schneider


VIETGONE @ Manhattan Theatre Club

by Qui Nguyen

directed by May Adrales

Previews begin Oct 4 2016   

Opening Night Oct 25 2016

with Jon Hoche, Jenny Ikeda, Paco Tolson, and Samantha Quan

“Lee's performance grows as Dennis begins to share fragments of his story through clenched teeth to Gina. You see glimpses of a soul buried under a lifetime of shame.”

-Charles McNulty, LA TIMES

“Oh and Raymond Lee’s performances are worth the price of admission.”

-Scott Keister, The Orange Curtain Review

“Scene-stealing Raymond Lee is the comical Nobu, a young sushi apprentice obsessed with American culture, "the ladies," and Star Wars. Though often outspoken and ridiculous, Nobu is Takashi's voice of reason, encouraging the master chef to fight for his opportunity at greatness, for improvement and change.”

-Jess Yacovelle, FINE Magazine

Photo: Deborah Robinson/ SCR 2016

Photo: Jim Cox/ Old Globe 2016

Photo: Carol Rosegg/ MTC 2016

Photo: Jim Cox/ Old Globe 2016