Madeline McCray

Madeline McCray

Actress, Producer, Writer, Personal Empowerment Life Coach
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Madeline McCray began her theatrical career at the Henry Street Settlement in New York. While studying there, she and a group of fellow actors founded the OLAC Ensemble Company. The experience broadened her ambition to include writing and producing. McCray continued to hone her skills at Gately/Pole Studios, studying the Meisner Technique with Rick Poole. She later took classes with acting coach Tom Brangle at Black Nexxus Acting Studio.

Ms. McCray is an original producer for Halley's Comet, having been on board as one of the three-person dream team...when the paper was white.

McCray was cast in the Albany, NY Capitol Repertory Theatre Company production of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Fences. She played Rose Maxson opposite John Amos' Troy. One critic called McCrays portrayal, The finest performance seen on Capital Reps stage in the theatre's ten-year history. At BACA Downtown-Brooklyn, McCray portrayed a blind army wife in Imperceptible Mutabilities of the Third Kingdom, a play written by

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