I was working on the new Native American musical Distant Thunder at the Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma. We've been developing this show for several years and we've been postponed. We'll finally having our world premiere! Sept 23-Oct 11! Click Below:
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Nick Styler is back and has been following the advice of scientists and doctors and has taken refuge in Florida. It has been a real challenge. However, his sweet crooning stories hope to bring new and old fans together, but six feet apart. With forced passion, he urges you to consider donating to the ActorsFund.org. Click the photo below for the video!

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~"But the funniest moment on stage, the thing that gets the longest round of applause, has nothing to do with the story, and it's a truly wonderful comic interlude; Ryan Duncan as Ken Styler (sic-Nick Styler) a sad, electronic keyboard-playing cabaret turn in a diner, late at night. From under his terrible wig, Styler should be singing songs for late-night lovebirds, but his songs quickly get darker, voiced through tears and increasingly desperate, anguished squawks. When the brilliant Duncan leaves the stage and we head back to the main highway of silly jokes...it feels deflating. This fleeting seed of distinction is gone too soon..." -GETTIN' THE BAND BACK TOGETHER

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~"Duncan is remarkable for his subtlety and complete commitment to a variety of roles. He plays Michael with all the warmth and humor you would hope for in a best friend." -tick, tick...BOOM!-SCHENECTADY GAZETTE

 

 

    ~“Duncan’s ‘Juan’ is the Latin lover dubbed ‘practically an Iglesias.’ Abandoned as a child, Duncan combines sexiness and pathos for a very sympathetic portrayal... that judging by the sweat he was slinging, was muy caliente!” -ALTAR BOYZ-ENTERTAINMENT DESIGN

 

    ~“Broadway veteran Ryan Duncan plays the guy she wins over , after a trip back from through the original Andersen text.  An excellent voice and comic sense made Duncan a pleasure to see up close in the intimate St. Lawrence theater space.  Unlike some visitors to the provinces, he did not play above the material -and not only because the material was first-rate.” -STRIKING 12- PORTLAND PRESS HERALD

 

 

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There is a life for the beautiful show I did at Goodspeed Musicals last year, Passing Through. Written by Brett Ryback and Eric Ulloa. There is more to come on that in the near future but now, enjoy a virtual mini concert we performed for Playbill.com, orchestrated by August Eriksmoen. Click here

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