Matt Gray

Former Fellows

Matt Gray is an actor, director, educator, and designer.

Gray studied acting at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver and was also educated in Toronto, Perth, Singapore, and Hong Kong.  He was a directing student at the prestigious London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA) and became faculty there in 1997. He went on to teach at the Royal Academy of Dance, the Royal Academy of Music, the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, and the Arts Council of the Isle of Man in the United Kingdom and Concordia in Shanghai.

Most recently Gray acted in Quantum Theater’s production of 36 Views and directed Crime and Punishment for the Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theater.  He is also working on a new adaptation of RUR (where the word ‘robot’ was first used) and continues his research into Live Performance Skills and Digital Technology, recently culminating in a class co-taught with Associate Professor of Art and STUDIO director, Golan Levin.