Ryan is an actor, director, and teaching artist based in Juneau, Alaska, where he creates and produces original work with his company Generator Theater, as well as collaborating as a member of Perseverance Theatre. His favorite projects are those that include ensemble collaboration and community engagement. For Perseverance, he directed A Christmas Carol and Eight Stars of Gold, an interview-based play which he also co-wrote about Alaskan identity and Alaska’s statehood. For Juneau’s Opera to Go, he directed Don Pasquale and Arctic Magic Flute, a statewide tour of his original adaptation of Mozart’s classic. For Generator, Ryan directed The Beauty Queen of Leenane and Dying City, and performed in True West andShakespeare’s R&J. Past performances at Perseverance include roles in The Blue Bear; Hamlet; Noises Off; The Government Inspector; The Laramie Project; Twelfth Night; Midsummer; & Metamorphoses. He toured and performed Off-Broadway with Aquila Theater Company in Midsummer (New Victory) and The Importance of Being Earnest (Baruch PAC). Ryan serves as a teaching artist with the Kennedy Center’s Alaskan Partners in Education program, the Alaska Arts Education Consortium, & the Alaska State Council on the Arts. BFA, NYU Tisch School of the Arts. MFA Interdisciplinary Arts, Goddard College (2015). Other training: RADA Shakespeare intensive; SITI Company; NYU Educational Theatre program; O’Neill National Puppetry Conference. He’s honored to be a part of Theater Mitu.
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