Ryan Conarro

Resident Artist

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 BearHamletNoises OffThe Government Inspector; The Laramie ProjectTwelfth NightMidsummer; & 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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