Ryan London Levin

Last updated

August 10, 2019
 

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Thank you all who attended JEFFERSON TOWNSHIP SPARLKING JUNIOR TALENT PAGAENT at Park Square Theatre St. Paul!

Read the RAVE Reviews!

"Outrageous and tuneful, Park Square's world premiere is a Winner"

-Chris Hewitt, Star Tribune

http://www.startribune.com/small-town-minnesota-plays-backdrop-to-affect...

"Jefferson Township is one of the most striking, funny, and original full-length musicals to open in the Twin Cities in recent years."

-Basil Considine, Twin Cities Arts Reader

https://twincitiesarts.com/2019/06/22/review-jefferson-township-sparklin...

"Levin's performance is hilarious and his physical comedy was spot on."

-Twin Cities Stages

https://www.twincitiesstages.com/single-post/2019/07/04/Jefferson-Townsh...

"Ryan London Levin is hilarious as Liam, a stoner whose anti-establishment stance on life is starting to wear thin. Levin, who has more typically been cast in roles calling for dignity, here has a chance to be a clown, and he handles it with panache."

-Arthur Dorman, Talkin Broadway

https://www.talkinbroadway.com/page/regional/minn/minn864.html

"To my mind Ryan London Levin’s burnout Liam elicits the perfect amount of sympathy, exasperation, and schadenfreude. Nowhere is this as evident as in his rendition of ‘Liam’s One Man Musical.”

-Erin McNeil, Minnesota Playlist

https://minnesotaplaylist.com/magazine/article/2019/jefferson-township-s...

"Prepare to laugh like mad. Because “Jefferson Township Sparkling Junior Talent Pageant” has a ridiculous premise, crazy characters, silly songs and an ultimately charming “message.”"

-Renee Valios, Pioneer Press

https://www.twincities.com/2019/06/29/park-squares-jefferson-township-sp...

 

UP NEXT

"THE MIKVEH MONOLOGUES" in his MN Jewish Theater Company Debut!

Limited Run: August 21 - 25, 2019

Miriam Schwartz in her Directorial

These dramatic readings will take place at various locations.
“You feel like you’re part of something bigger... part of a story, part of a community.”
— The Mikveh Monologues
Heal. Reflect. Renew.

A contemporary collection of inspiring monologues shares the transformative experience of the modern mikveh, a Jewish ritual bath re-imagined for modern use. This special project, in partnership with The Minnesota Community Mikveh Initiative, presents dramatic readings of women and men who have immersed in the living waters of the mikveh for healing, reflection, and revitalization. Following the readings, there will be a break for refreshments and a discussion led by Cantor Rachel Stock Spilker. These readings will take place at various locations; see below for more details. All seating for this special project is general admission.

Tickets: Call (651) 647-4315 or Reserve Online http://mnjewishtheatre.org/mikvehmonologues

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, Trademark Theater, Artistry and many others. 

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

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.

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