Ryan originally discovered his love for theatre at the age of 7 right here on this very stage. A couple of decades or so later, he returned to where it all started with Rivertown’s production of 9 to 5 where he played “Joe”. Most recently he was seen tossing rolling pins and flinging pastry puns as “Gangster #1” in last season’s The Drowsy Chaperone. By day, he proudly plays the role of “teacher” and “theatre director” at Brother Martin High School, his alma mater. Locally, he has directed numerous productions for JPAS’s youth program, most recently Cinderella YE, and also performs annually with St. Luke’s Wing and a Prayer Productions. His sincerest gratitude go out to Gary and Ricky, the cast, and the crew for making this a truly dawlin’ experience. And a special thanks, as always, to his parents and to Allee for their constant, constant encouragement.