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Ray Thomas Maurin Edit Profile

director , playwright

Ray Thomas Maurin, American playwright, director. Grantee Michigan Council for Arts, 1989. Curator Ironwood Area History Museum, 1970-1990; member Ironwood Recreation and Quality of Life Committee, 1988-1990. With United States Navy, 1943-1946, PTO.

Background

Maurin, Ray Thomas was born on January 12, 1924 in Ironwood, Michigan, United States. Son of Joseph P. and Mary (Severin) Maurin.

Education

Associate of Arts, Flint Junior College, 1954. Bachelor, Northland College, 1973.

Career

Actor, director, Theatre North, Ironwood, since 1968;actor, director, Gogebic Range Players, Ironwood, since 1970;director, Chequamegon Theatre Association, Ashland, Wisconsin, 1974-1978;screen actor, Windsor Lake Studios, Eagle River, Wisconsin, since 1990. Writer, photographer Iron County Miner, Hurley, Wisconsin, 1979-1986, U.P. Sunday Times, Iron Mountain, Michigan, 1978-1980, Ironwood Daily Globe, 1980-1987.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Playwright stage plays including: Jake and Jill, 1974 (1st place Community Theatre Association Michigan), The Shakne Tapes, 1975, Copper Peak Murder Case, 1976, Trapped, 1986 (1st place Community Theatre Association Michigan). Radio plays include: Goodnight Mr. Pinter, 1984, Disaster at Pabst Mine, 1986, Blood on the Snow, 1986.

      Writer screenplays.

Membership

Curator Ironwood Area History Museum, 1970-1990. Member Ironwood Recreation and Quality of Life Committee, 1988-1990. With United States Navy, 1943-1946, PTO.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: skiing, bowling.

Connections

father:
Joseph P. Maurin

mother:
Mary (Severin) Maurin