Ryan Scoble - "That Face" from Dogfight
Ryan Scoble - The Mystery of Edwin Drood
Ryan Scoble - The Music Man
"Yule B Jolly" at Theatre B
Role: Santa Claus
John Lamb - "InForum"
"Ryan Scoble has the charisma to play the big man, but also an imposing physical presence and voice that makes elves and reindeer tremble when they make the naughty list. That voice also turns tender when Santa sings. Is there anything Santa can’t do?"
"The Music Man" at Porthouse Theatre
Role: Marcellus Washburn
Bob Abelman - "The News-Herlad"
"Production numbers - particularly 'Ya Got Trouble,' 'The Wells Fargo Wagon,' and 'Shipoopi' (delivered with great joy by Ryan Scoble as Hill's sidekick, Marcellus) - are highlights..."
Kerry Clawson - "Akron Beacon Journal/Ohio.com"
"Ryan Scoble is comical as Hill's confidante, Marcellus..."
Mark Horning - "Talkin' Broadway Regional Review"
"Ryan Scoble is not only a great actor as Marcellus Washburn in support of Harold Hill, but he has a fine singing voice as well."
"Broadway Musicals of the 1950s" at The Town Hall, NYC
Role: Featured Performer
Sandi Duvell - "Theater Pizzazz"
"A highlight in an evening of great performances was "Heart" from Damn Yankees (1955) as Jim, Josh, Luke, and Ryan Scoble (from Rising Stars) recreated the scene."
"Broadway's Rising Stars" at The Town Hall, NYC
Kristin Salaky - "Broadwayworld.com"
"...purer thoughts were emoted sincerely by Ryan Scoble (Jason Robert Brown's "Someone To Fall Back On."
"Floyd Collins" at New York University
Role: Lee Collins
Jena Tesse Fox - "Broadwayworld.com Review"
"Ryan Scoble is heartbreaking as the helpless father, forced to see his son buried alive."