Brad Gray

Brad Gray is a professional Moving Light Programmer for theater, live events, concerts, and corporate events. Based out of New York City, NY, Brad works directly with designers from all over the world to program lighting consoles that bring creative ideas to life on the stage or for the event. Recent projects include: ​Julius Caesar (Shakespeare in the Park, NYC), ​​The Little Foxes (Broadway), Joan of Arc (Public Theater, NYC), ​The Bodyguard (1st National Tour), The Lion King (​various productions), Head of Passes (Public Theatre, NYC), Elf the Musical (National Tour ’13​ through ’16), Bullets Over Broadway (​1st National Tour), Anything Goes (Ogunquit Playhouse, Ogunquit, ME), Priscilla – Queen of the Desert & Burn the Floor Fire in the Ballroom (Norwegian Epic), Clinton the Musical (New World Stages, NYC), and 7 Brides for 7 Brothers (Ogunquit Playhouse, Ogunquit, ME). The Little Foxes has received 6 Tony Award nominations this season.

Brad appeared in 7 CMT main-stage summer musicals: Cinderella (2000), Wizard of Oz (2001), Bye Bye Birdie (2002), The Sound of Music (2003), Peter Pan (2004), Annie (2005), and Beauty & the Beast (2006). He returned to the CMT summer musical stage as part of the Artistic Staff, serving as Lighting Designer for High School Musical (2008), Annie Get Your Gun (2011), Mary Poppins (2015) and Beauty & the Beast (2016).