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This has been a busy year for Patrick - from dusting off his tap shoes for another production of 42nd Street, to linguistically preparing for the verbose marathon of An Empty Plate to digging in deep for the classic poetry of A Midsummer Night's Dream.  Visit us often to see what is currently happening on stage and what projects are coming up next!



 

 

42nd Street at the Pittsburg CLO - Interview

As they struggle through rehearsals, reversals, jealous cast members, broken hearts, bent egos and sore feet, both Marsh and Sawyer are driven by their love for musical theater.

 

“What's so interesting is it's telling a story that anybody can show up, and if they've got the goods, they can be a (success),” Sullivan says. “It resonates more in life than in backstage. Everyone wants to pull for Peggy Sawyer, and they get to watch her succeed.”



Read more about  this interview on Triblive.com: Benedum Center's '42nd Street' takes viewers behind the scenes by www.TribLIVE.com

Preview: '42nd Street' on tap for CLO opener 

​The fellow who pushes her to the brink is hard-as-nails director Julian Marsh, a role that Patrick Ryan Sullivan has owned for a decade.  

Read this full article to gain insight to the character, Julian Marsh as well as the character of the man who plays him. 



Read more about this article: Preview: '42nd Street' on tap for CLO opener by post-gazette.com

An Empty Plate at the Cafe de Grand Boeuf - Freefall Theater

This is a FIVE STAR production! And the cast is supurb!

Patrick Ryan Sullivan gives a rivoting performance in the demanding role of the well-educated, cultured, Victor. He handles both the dramatic and comedic dialogue with great aplomb.


Read more about BWW Review: AN EMPTY PLATE AT THE CAFE DU GRAND BOEUF - a Bountiful Feast by tampa.broadwayworld.com

 

Emma's Attic - Regional Theater Review

 

As Serge, Mr. Sullivan, whose professional credits range from Broadway and Seattle to Vero Beach and Orlando (and many regional points in between), finds the wit underscoring Reza’s play. His sophisticated portrayal is at once intellectual and ironic, but filled throughout with earnest warmth.

Read more about this review: “Art” at Titusville Playhouse by Pam Harbaugh at brevardculture.com

 

42nd Street on Broadway and National Tour Reviews

 

"Patrick Ryan Sullivan has an assured grasp of the domineering..."   LA TIMES        



 "Under Patrick Sullivan's high-powered hand, Julian becomes the one character in the story who convincingly changes and grows under pressure."   VARIETY



"As Marsh, actor Patrick Ryan Sullivan shows off a deep, expressive voice and enough graceful moves to make Peggy's crush on him believeable."  DALLAS OBSERVER                                                                                                                   .  

Read more archived articles and reviews here.

 

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