Noah Racey

Contact Information

Phone: (917) 312-4944



Twitter: noahracey



Office: UCA 212C

Role: Faculty

Position: Assistant Professor of Theatre; Musical Theatre

  • Musical Theatre


NOAH RACEY is an award-winning actor, director, choreographer and educator.

As an actor, his Broadway credits include Curtains, Never Gonna Dance, Thoroughly Modern Millie, and Follies. Television credits include Boardwalk Empire, Person of Interest, and Are We There Yet?

As a director and choreographer, his Broadway credits include The Terms of My Surrender (Movement Director) and Thoroughly Modern Millie (Associate Choreographer, Tony Award for Best Choreography). Noah has also choreographed for the 5th Avenue Theatre (Cinderella, Guys and Dolls), Seattle's ACT (Grey Gardens), Goodspeed Opera House (Show Boat, Annie Get Your Gun – both won the Connecticut Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Choreography), and Asolo Repertory Theatre (Show Boat).

He choreographed the world premieres for It Shoulda Been You (George Street Playhouse) and Turn of the Century (Goodman Theatre, Starring Jeff Daniels, directed by Tommy Tune).

Noah conceived, wrote, choreographed, and starred in the 2013 World Premiere of Noah Racey’s: PULSE (Asolo Repertory Theatre, directed by Jeff Calhoun). The original work won rave reviews and an extended run.

As an educator, Noah has been invited to teach master classes and give lectures and workshops for Yale University, the University of Michigan, Boston Conservatory, New York University, Elon University, and Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre Conservatory.

Noah is also the founding artistic director of the New York Song & Dance Company. In addition to performances in many New York venues including Carnegie Hall, The Allen Room at Lincoln Center, and Town Hall, NYSDC has toured overseas in collaboration with the U.S. Embassy, conducted workshops with local artists and dance studios in such cities as Amman, Jordan, and Jerusalem.

Noah is a Boston Conservatory graduate and a proud product of— and strong proponent for — arts funding in public schools.