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Ryan is experienced in teaching vocal performance, audition technique, or scene study. Students will work with Ryan to master the technical aspects of performing, while tailoring each lesson to the needs of students and where they are in their professional career. As a teacher, it’s important to meet students where they are, so let the lessons and classes can be customized to your needs!
- About The Artist
Ryan Vasquez is a California-born, New York-based actor, currently in Hamilton on Broadway, as the first actor to play all the roles of Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr, George Washington, James Madison, and Thomas Jefferson.
Ryan received a 2020 Drama Desk nomination for originating the role of The Man in Black in THE WRONG MAN, a musical by multi-platinum song writer Ross Golan, directed by Tony Award-winner Thomas Kail with musical arrangements by Tony and Grammy Award-winner Alex Lacamoire. Ryan also appears on the Original Cast Album of Waitress as part of the original cast, after having made his Broadway debut in Wicked. He also appears on the first episode of the CBS drama, “The Good Fight,” as well as the first season of “The Code” (CBS), and “Curb Your Enthusiasm” with the cast of Hamilton.
Ryan is an experienced teacher and coach, both virtually and in-person, having attended the University of Michigan for Musical Theatre.
This purchase benefits Broadway For Racial Justice.
BFRJ has been listening very fervently to the calls for progress across the education front. In our collective spaces, we began to see a clear opportunity to create a moment for unification and immediate action within the higher education arena.
The Mission: Fighting for racial justice and equity by providing immediate resources, assistance, and amplification for BIPOC in the Broadway and Theatrical community at-large. In doing so, we help to create safe spaces throughout the theatre community for creativity and artistry to thrive.
Decolonize This seeks to aid in the transformation of the entire landscape of higher education, which serves as a large training ground for the theatre industry. Decolonize This will give space for healing, provide tools and resources for active immediate change, and amplify/provide access to the diverse voices that have been working towards the decolonization of higher education in the theatre arts.