Ms. Green mixes original comedic monologues with melodramatic popular songs from this country and many others in a sometimes sweet but mostly bitter cocktail for the girls. A hatful of songs and stories about death. How wonderful.
Ryan Elliott Green is a New York City based singer and theatre performer. He was born and raised in Cincinnati and earned a Bachelor of Music in Musical Theatre from Baldwin -Wallace College Conservatory of Music in Cleveland. After moving to the city, he learned Portuguese and studied humor writing under the guidance of published author and humorist Sara Barron (People are Unappealing: Even Me). This summer, his show, Ms. Green - Assisted Suicide, debuted in the HOT Theatre Festival at Dixon Place. He was named Artist in Residence for this festival. He also performs monthly as a regular cast member of Cabaret Cataplexy at the Slipper Room. His new show, Rio_Lisboa: Um Concerto em Português, will debut at Dixon Place's new theatre on November 26th. – www.ryanelliottgreen.com
Michael Cherry (Director). Michael is very excited to bring Assisted Suicide to Lamama. He made his directorial debut with Assisted Suicide at Dixon Place this summer. As an actor - Shakespeare around NYC with Sonnet Rep and Reduxion Theatre; Red Fern Theatre's The Long Christmas Ride Home; New Works Series at Columbia University; Young Scrooge in A Christmas Carolwith Nebraska Theatre Caravan. Regional credits include musicals at Walnut Street, Maine State, and North Shore Music Theater. Michael is a graduate of Yale University.
Matthew Fetbrandt (piano) is a composer/lyricist currently residing in New York City. He composes primarily in the musical theatre and cabaret genres, and writes contemporary pop as well.
Currently, Matthew is a teaching artist/pianist for the National Dance Institute and serves as associate music director for Youth Pride Chorus in NYC.
Matthew is an active pianist, vocalist, music director, conductor, arranger, and actor.
He graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2007