Ryan Wilcox is a queer, multidisciplinary artist with a love of collective creation. Their goal in theatre is to create a catalytic environment for new Canadian work that focuses on the voices that have yet to be heard and the questions that have yet to be answered. Through their training in Production Design and Technical Arts, they hope to enhance the creative companies they work by using collaborative approaches that see beyond the traditional structures of theatre. Before attending NTS, Ryan completed Dalhousie University’s Technical Scenography program.
While at the National Theatre School, Ryan trained under the guidance of inspirational artists such as David-Alexandre Chabot, Brian Kenny, Maria Popoff, Craig Putt, Andrea Lundy, Rick Rinder, and Debashis Sinha among many others. On Productions, Ryan has worked as a stage manager, lighting designer, and sound designer while collaborating with such acclaimed directors as Eda Holmes, Danielle Irvine, and Krista Jackson.
Ryan’s highlighted experience includes sound design for Little Thing Big Thing (Neptune Theatre), Penny’s Home Projects (Alinea Theatre), and The PEACE Project (Transitus Theatre); apprentice stage management (Festival Antigonish) and stage management for The Colour of Courage (Anthony Sherwood Productions).
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