Casey Raiha

Current Production:

Ensemble in Guys and Dolls at Village Theatre (November 7th – February 2nd)



Indy Jones:

“Raiha delivers the perfect blend of swagger and sly smirks to make this Indy shine and keep you giggling.” – Jay Irwin, BroadwayWorld Seattle

Guys and Dolls:

“Raiha made an excellent Nathan Detroit, torn between his love for Adelaide, and his desire to continue leading the life he always has, shooting crap with other gamblers.  This internal struggle provided fodder for some hilarious moments, made possible by Raiha’s superior acting abilities.” – Sophie Bress, The Spokesman-Review

Million Dollar Quartet:

“Casey Raiha is a compelling Sam Phillips…he makes the most of every moment on stage…he’s never at rest.” – Carolyn Lamberson, The Spokesman-Review

Forever Plaid:

“Casey Raiha plays Francis, an asthmatic tenor with an indelibly sweet and clear voice. Tending to a fabulous rapport between the cast, his acting was absolutely excellent, and only surpassed by his choral work. The solo on Chain Gang’ was, in a word, stunning.” – Lily Olason, “In My Honest Opinion”

The Great American Trailer Park Musical:

“Raiha shows that despite a rather boyish face, a middle-aged character role is also in his wheelhouse, and his rich voice is an asset as well.” – David Edward-Hughes, Talkin’ Broadway Regional News

“I’ve seen Mr. Raiha in a few plays, but this was by far the best performance I’ve seen from him.  These two fantastic actresses gave him the anchors he needed to really sink into this character.  Normally not one to sympathize with a cheating husband, Mr. Raiha was able to make me see Norbert’s plight through his clear telling of the story.  He embraced the physicality of a man much older than him, as well as took on the emotional baggage in a real and profound way.  I hope Mr. Raiha continues to work with the likes of Ms. Lamb and Ms. Martinelli, because it elevated his performance to a new level that I hope to see more of from him in the future.” – Thus Spoke Lady M Review

South Pacific:

“Casey Raiha comes into his own as a cocky, yet passionate Lieutenant Joe Cable, whose doomed love story with island girl Liat…has never seemed quite as poignantly handled to me. Raiha also utilizes his fine bari-tenor to advantage on the haunting ‘Younger Than Springtime,’ plays well off [Cayman Ilika] in ‘My Girl Back Home,’ and doesn’t overplay the tricky ‘Carefully Taught.'” – David Edward-Huges, Talkin’ Broadway Regional News

How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying:

“[Casey Raiha] manages that Little Machiavellian twinkle in his eye and he’s got the charm and voice for the role.” – Jay Irwin, BroadwayWorld Seattle

Annie Get Your Gun:

“Casey Raiha made Charlie Davenport one of my favorite characters.” – Theresa Goffredo, HeraldNet

The Rocky Horror Show:

“Raiha is the perfect dorky Brad… [Melissa Fleming]and Raiha both have wide ranging knockout voices.” – Alec Clayton, The News Tribune

The Producers:

“Casey Raiha portrays [Leo Bloom] with slapstick physicality, the requisite charming innocence and a lovely voice. As [Raiha and Rich Gray] concoct a scheme to produce a guaranteed Broadway flop, their chemistry is explosive.” – Christopher Key, Entertainment News NW


“It’s hard to beat a guy that looks like David Tennant wearing High Tops, singing One Night In Bangkok.” – Goldstar

Personal features
  • Job Title: Actor/Singer/Voiceover Talent
  • Weight: 160
  • Height: 5'11"
  • Hair: Brown
  • Eyes: Brown
  • Vocal Range: G2-Bb4 (Bari-Tenor)
  • Gender Identity: Male
  • Pronouns: He/Him
  • Industry: Theatre
  • Main Profession: Actor
  • Age Range: 25 - 35
  • Race or Ethnicity: White
  • Union Affiliation:
  • Side professions: Voice Talent Singer/Vocalist
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