Ry was most recently seen when he went on in the Off-Broadway production of Pete the Cat at the Lucille Lortel. Prior to this, Ryan closed out the AEA national tour of Teacher from the Black Lagoon, playing the title role. His other Off-Broadway credit includes being the male swing for the premiere of Orphans and Outsiders, a new play.
Ry’s regional theatre credits include playing Emmett Forrest in Legally Blonde (Inglemoor Valhalla Players), Archibald Craven in The Secret Garden (CORE Theatrics), and Tony in West Side Story (Tacoma Musical Playhouse). His abilities also extend to the legit stage in straight plays, such as Of Mice and Men (Maples Repertory Theatre). When he’s not on the stage, you’ll find him producing in the studio, or writing new work himself. This winter, Ryan will be releasing an entirely non-profit album of showtunes called Crossroads, benefiting organizations that have helped shape his career and are close to the hearts of many. All proceeds from the album will be donated to Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre: Rising Star Project and The Northwest Choirs education programs, as well as Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. For continuous updates, follow us on social media until the album’s release on the 1st of the December this year.
This hipster from the Pacific Northwest thrives in the hustle and bustle of both NY and LA, and recently has been starting to work in a bicoastal nature. There aren’t many things Ry loves more than creating with fellow artists. He’s always looking to collaborate so let's talk about working on a project together. Ry also loves working with clients on health and wellness, and works as a certified nutrition counselor with a very diverse group of people. Lover of coffee and all things adventure, Ryan looks to bring peace, love, and joy into a world set on anarchy, so let's write stories that seek to do that.