Ensemble Member

Since 1996

Casting Associate

Raymond Fox started working with Lookingglass in 1989 and became an Ensemble Member in 1996. As an actor his recent appearances outside of Lookingglass include Roger Padgett in No Wake (Route 66 Theatre), Love and Information (Remy Bumppo Theatre Company), Agent Frank in Unnecessary Farce (First Folio Theatre) and Simon Craig in Blood and Gifts (TimeLine Theatre, 2013 Equity Jeff Award for Supporting Actor in a Play), as well as Edward Voysey in The Voysey Inheritance (Remy Bumppo Theatre Company). His recent Lookingglass appearances include Stubb in Moby Dick, Gerry in Thaddeus and Slocum: A Vaudeville Adventure, Todd Kapinsky in Death Tax, The King in The Little Prince, Daniel Burnham in Our Future Metropolis, Mr. Darling in Peter Pan (A Play) and Glen Weston in Trust. In 2006, he appeared in and co-adapted with Laura Eason and Heidi Stillman Lookingglass’ production of The Old Curiosity Shop (2006 Equity Jeff Award for New Adaptation). Raymond also adapted The Tin Woodman of Oz (directed by Ensemble Member Louise Lamson) for the Lookingglass Young Ensemble in 2016.

Raymond has acted in numerous other Lookingglass productions including The Wooden Breeks, Manuscript Found in Saragossa, Hard Times, Metamorphoses, The Vanishing Twin, and Up Against It, among many others. Outside of Lookingglass, Raymond has performed with Goodman Theatre,  The House Theatre of Chicago (at the Adrienne Arsht Center for Performing Arts in Miami, FL), Alliance Theatre, South Coast Repertory, Court Theatre, Remy Bumppo Theatre Company, Tectonic Theatre Project/About Face Theatre, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Next Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Meadow Brook Theatre, The Mark Taper Forum, Arden Theatre, Hartford Stage, TimeLine Theatre, First Folio Theatre, Arena Stage, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Route 66 Theatre, American Repertory Theatre, and Canada’s Stratford Festival. He spent the 2001-02 season in New York City as part of the original cast for the Off-Broadway and Broadway runs of Metamorphoses (Second Stage Theatre and Circle in the Square Theatre).

Raymond is a graduate of Northwestern University and the American Repertory Theatre Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University. He lives in Chicago with his wife and fellow actor, Anne Fogarty, and their daughter, Nora.

Bio as of 2017


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B.S. in Speech and Theatre, Northwestern University (1989)
American Repertory Theatre Institute for Advanced Theatre Training, Harvard University (1993)




    • Metamorphoses (Circle in the Square Theatre)


    • Metamorphoses (Second Stage Theatre)


    • No Wake (Route 66 Theatre)
    • Love and Information, The Voysey Inheritance, Tartuffe, Money, Man and Superman (Remy Bumppo Theatre Company)
    • Blood and Gifts (TimeLine Theatre)
    • Unnecessary Farce (First Folio Theatre)
    • Arcadia, The Invention of Love, Henry IV: The Shadow of Succession (Court Theatre)
    • 33 Variations (Tectonic Theatre Project/About Face Theatre)
    • Measure for Measure (Next Theatre Company)


    • Moby Dick (Alliance Theatre Company, Arena Stage, South Coast Repertory)
    • The Hammer Trinity (The House Theatre of Chicago at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts in Miami, FL)
    • Metamorphoses (Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Mark Taper Forum, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Hartford Stage, Arena Stage)
    • The Secret in the Wings (Berkeley Repertory Theatre, McCarter Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre)
    • Hard Times (Arden Theatre Company)
    • Arcadia (Meadow Brook Theatre)
    • Candida (Indiana Repertory Theatre)
    • Sweet Bird of Youth, As You Like It, The Winter’s Tale (Stratford Festival)
    • The Servant of Two Masters, The L.A. Plays, Black Snow (American Repertory Theatre)

    • Jeff Award for New Adaptation for The Old Curiousity Shop (Co-adapted with Laura Eason and Heidi Stillman, Lookingglass Theatre Company, 2006)
    • Jeff Award for Supporting Actor for Blood and Gifts (TimeLine Theatre, 2013)