Ryan London Levin

Last updated

November 30, 2019
 

Ryan’s current news

Ryan recently recieved TOSCA Magazines Rising Star Award of 2019! Thank you for everyones love and support throughout the year. What an incredible season of theater!

 

UP NEXT:

Cinderella @ Children's Theatre Company!

Directed by Peter Brosius

External US

You’re invited to a beautiful Victorian Holiday party—but be prepared to check your coat, and all sense of tradition, at the door. You have NO IDEA WHAT YOU’RE IN FOR HERE! Join us for this high-spectacle, glamorously shameless comedy where anything can happen. We’re really not supposed to say, but there may be… A kiss cam? Cake? T-shirt cannons? Jokes ripped straight from the headlines? Absolutely yes! With a track list filled with modern pop hits and an updated script that spins stunning elegance into madcap, sidesplitting comedy at high speed, this is one party you won’t want to miss! 
Best enjoyed by all ages

November 3, 2019 – January 5, 2020

Buy Tickets here: https://www.childrenstheatre.org/plays/2019-2020-season/cinderella

 

The Bridges of Madison County @ Artistry MN

Directed by Ben McGovern

Michael

When a handsome stranger pulls into her driveway to ask for directions, Italian housewife Francesca’s life changes in an instant. After fleeing World War II-torn Europe with her American soldier husband, Francesca has built a quiet, unassuming life in rural Iowa. The unexpected arrival of National Geographic photographer Robert Kincaid, who comes to Madison County while Francesca’s family is away at a county fair, forces an impossible choice. Which matters more: a once-in-a-lifetime love, or caring for family and community? With a lush, romantic score from modern musical theater master Jason Robert Brown, The Bridges of Madison County is a heartbreaking yet hopeful portrait of one woman, standing at a crossroads, without a map.

JANUARY 24 - FEBRUARY 16, 2020

Get Tickets here! https://artistrymn.org/bridges

 

RUNESTONE! A Rock Musical @ History Theater

Directed by Tyler Michaels

1898:   When Swedish immigrant Olof Ohman digs up a rock on his property near Kensington, Minnesota with "a story written in carved runes" that indicate that the Vikings were the first Europeans to set foot in Minnesota, he is praised for his discovery!  But soon, a controversy erupts and the cries of "Fake! Fraud! Liar!" turn his life upside down. This is one of Minnesota's "craziest stories" and Jensen and Rue have created a whimsical rock & roll musical that lays out this "continuing controversy!"  WHAT IS THE TRUTH?  Step back in time with us and enjoy the ride! Rock on!

May 2–May 24, 2020

Get Your Tickets here! https://www.historytheatre.com/2019-2020/runestone-rock-musical

Biography

Ryan London Levin is a Twin Cities based actor/singer born and raised in South Minneapolis. Since 2011, Ryan has worked professionally on many of the local stages including Illusion Theater, Park Square, History Theater, MN Jewish Theater Company, Trademark Theater, Artistry and many others. He recently received the 2019 TOSCA Magazine Rising Star Award for his achievements in Theater.

What Critics have said:

"In She Loves Me, he does it all—singing, dancing, mugging, and showering the stage with the range of Georg's emotions, bringing to mind both Jimmy Stewart and Tom Hanks. When he launches full bore into the show's title song, Levin owns the stage."-Arthur Dorman, Talkin Broadway on She Loves Me, Artistry

"One cannot help but fall for the charismatic Ryan London Levin's Jamie..."-Shy Iverson, MinnesotaPlaylist on The Last Five Years, Artistry

"Levin has a strong, engaging stage presence as a ne’er-do-well rebel and leader of the abandoned children..." -Lisa Brock, StarTribune on Orphan Train, History Theater

"My personal favorite performance was by Ryan London Levin as Buffalo Bill...Levin gives everything he has to this character and hits it perfectly" -Carly and Jules, MN Theater Love on Silence the Musical Minneapolis Musical Theater

"Levin's performance is hilarious and his physical comedy was spot on." -Twin Cities Stages on Jefferson Township Sparkling Junior Talent Pagaent, Park Square Theater

Ryan takes pride in his Judaism and has played a range of jewish identified roles. Artistry Brighton Beach Memiors, Stanely Jerome. Fiddler on the Roof, Perchik. The Last Five Years, Jaime Wellerstein. Park Square Theater  The Diary of Anne Frank, Peter. MN Jewish Theater Company, The Mikveh Monologues, The Father/ Paul 

Photos