Ryan Marsh is a lighting and sound designer based in New York City. With a passion for collaboration, Ryan thrives in the creative process of working with other designers, musicians, and performers to create unforgettable experiences for audiences. One of Ryan’s defining traits as a designer is his use of call and response in his work. He understands the importance of responding to the various design disciplines, the music, and the action taking place on stage. At the same time, Ryan loves when he can incorporate bold design choices that are not only impactful to the audience, but also cleverly propel stories forward.
Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella tells the story of a mistreated young woman who dreams of a better life and filling the world with kindness. With the help of her fairy godmother Marie, she attends Prince Topher’s ball and her life is forever changed.
Oscar Hammerstein II
Douglas Carter Beane
Carol Churchill’s Cloud 9 challenges traditional ideas of gender, power, and identity. Set in colonial African and modern-day London, the play explores the themes of oppression, liberation, and self discovery.
After discovering his neighbor’s murdered dog, Christopher Boone sets out to solve the mystery of who the culprit is. Through a series of encounters with family, teachers, and strangers he meets along the way, Christopher confronts difficult truths about himself and his past, embarking on a journey of self-discovery and growth.
Set in the jungles of South America, a group of doctors on a medical expedition grapple with the repercussions of a shared loss, dealing with memories as they begin to unearth. This new play follows a non-linear storyline full of grief, sorrow, and hope as the characters lives begin to unfold.
J. Ed Araiza
J. Ed Araiza
UCLA Department of Theater
Julius Caesar follows the events leading up to and following the assassination of the title character. Told through the perspectives of Brutus, Cassius, and Marc Antony, we see the events that drove them to the act of violence, as well as how they deal with the ghosts of their past (sometimes literally).
Rubicon Theater Company
Marta Tree Hopkins