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Ryan Weiss
Stuart , USA

Age range: Young adult

Profile views: 3798

Last Login: 08-17-10

Vocal Range – Baritone

Singing – Musical Theater, Opera

Dancing – Jazz

Languages – American English, British English, French

Height – 5 feet 10 inches / 178 cm

Hair – Brown

Eyes – Green

Body Type – Athletic

Ethnicity – White/Caucasian

Introducing... Ryan Weiss

Hello, Im Ryan. I've been involved in theater since i was 10 and since then have been in love with the theatre. I perform commonly with a theatre troope in South Florida named Starstruck Performing Arts Center, winner of the most recent MTI competition. M...


Favorite Shows

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– Based loosely on Puccini's La Boheme, Rent tells the story of a group of friends struggling with lov...
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– ‘Sweeney Todd’ is a musical thriller about a 19th century London barber who goes on a murderous ...
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– The competition is intense. The words are hilarious. Let the spelling begin! The show centers around...
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– Long before Dorothy flew in, two other girls meet in the Land of Oz. Elphaba, born with green skin, ...
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– As the Nazis begin their rise to power in Germany in the late 1920s, American writer Clifford Bradsh...
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Favorite Role

My favorite role i've ever played/ am playing is that of Clifford Bradshaw in Cabaret. The multiple faceted personality is intriguing, the songs are amazing, and the acting is very intense, going from love to anger to sadness all in one poignant show.


Dream Role

My dream role is that of Mark Cohen in RENT. The narrater qualities that he has are not only interesting yet are also in depth communicating with the characters and the audience in order to tell this fantastic story.



My Experience
Apr '10 – Man 5 in "Harmony"
Feb '10 – King Charles in "Pippin"
Oct '09 – Tragedian/ Horatio in "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead"
Jul '09 – Franz Leibkind in "The Producers"
'09 – Albert Peterson in "Bye Bye Birdie"
My Theatre Groups



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