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     Hi, I am Ryan Vogt (he/him) and I am a performer, choreographer and musical theater artist born in Moscow, Russia and raised in New York. I am currently attending my final semester at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee College of Music. I will graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree in musical theater with a dance emphasis. This past year, I was honored to be chosen as the dance captain as well as a main performer in the Boston Conservatory’s production of “Swing!” Prior, I was also chosen to be dance captain as well as a performer in the Boston Conservatory’s production of “Head Over Heels”. While there, I also performed in a variety of other staged performances.

 Over the past three summers, I was honored to perform in many regional productions such as “Cats”, “A Chorus Line”, “Tuck Everlasting”, “Mama Mia”, “Cabaret”, “Annie” and many more at the Surflight Theatre, Interlakes Summer Theatre and the Waterville Opera House. My summer stock experience certainly gave me a true reflection of quick turn-over and hard work. I loved every minute of the quick paced experiences.

Prior to my college and summer experiences, I attended the Joffrey Ballet School as a full-time trainee. I trained every weekday from 9 a.m. to anywhere from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. depending on the day. As a result of rigorous training and an extensive time commitment, I did not attend traditional high school. Instead, after vigorous days at the Joffrey Ballet, I came home to complete my high school homeschool classes through the Keystone School supervised by the New York City Department of Education which included Advanced Placement classes. This rigorous schedule taught me discipline, dedication, endurance and love of the arts. 

As a young performer before high school, I was in a tri-state tour of an anti-bullying show called “New Kid” for two years. I traveled to schools throughout New York, New Jersey and Connecticut spreading an important anti-bullying message to my peers. At this time, I was also a member of the New York Performing Arts Center team where I competed as a team member and soloist winning top level awards and scholarships in ballet, contemporary, jazz, musical theater, tap and hip hop styles of dance.

  All of my history makes me the artist that I am today. An artist who strives to be a passionate storyteller and advocate of the arts on and off the stage. I am thankful for my mentors for their encouragement and support and to my family who have loved and supported me from day one and continue to do so in every way. I truly would not be here without such a supportive community around me.


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