Representation did not suggest I use this headshot but I think it’s really how I smirk at most auditions.  

Representation did not suggest I use this headshot but I think it’s really how I smirk at most auditions.  

Yesterday I went super blonde and stayed up till 5am.  

Yesterday I went super blonde and stayed up till 5am.  

A new idea may present itself to a writer so oddly that the benefits of secrecy are obvious. My first intimation of one novel was the color yellow: it would be a yellow book. You may not know what I meant, but I did, because my previous novel had been blue, and it is all right that you wouldn’t have known because I didn’t tell you, so I didn’t have to see you look baffled.
Simply, what’s happening for me right now, online, at 3:16am on a Saturday morning in Los Angeles.

Simply, what’s happening for me right now, online, at 3:16am on a Saturday morning in Los Angeles.

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I am so excited to bring this show to the city that made me furious enough to write it!  
Thank you to all the customers of Second Stop in Williamsburg for being garbage fires.  I wrote down what most of you said, once you left the counter. I hope you have found peace, or at least monetized your blog. Thank you to Shannon Dry, fellow barista at Second Stop, for telling me what 3rd wave coffee culture is. Thank you to Rachael Mason for pulling me aside at a show and telling me I’m funny and that she wanted to direct me. Thank you to everyone for being cool when I secret-moved to Los Angeles with nary a goodbye.  Thank you to Erik Tanouye and Michael Delaney for being amazing sketch teachers. Thank you to Michael Hartney who worked with me on the sketches last pilot season.  Thank you to Amy Heidt, who took a directorial chance on an unknown kid, and let me pay her in yoga lessons.  Thank you to Alex Berg at UCB-LA who helped me shape the show.  Thank you to all the people who showed me the great wig shops in Los Angeles.  Thank you Melissa Gomez, for taking amazing publicity shots.  Thank you Sahar Baharloo, for making me a pretty website.  Thank you, Lee Rubenstein, for being my hype man.  Thank you, Damian Bellino, for walking to my show once. Thank you to Chuck Dauble, Joe Martin, and the staff that will work the show on March 14th.  I’m very overwhelmed with gratitude.  I’m so excited to come back to New York for a little visit.  Let’s all walk in Central Park with bagels, like we always did.

I am so excited to bring this show to the city that made me furious enough to write it!  

Thank you to all the customers of Second Stop in Williamsburg for being garbage fires.  I wrote down what most of you said, once you left the counter. I hope you have found peace, or at least monetized your blog. Thank you to Shannon Dry, fellow barista at Second Stop, for telling me what 3rd wave coffee culture is. Thank you to Rachael Mason for pulling me aside at a show and telling me I’m funny and that she wanted to direct me. Thank you to everyone for being cool when I secret-moved to Los Angeles with nary a goodbye.  Thank you to Erik Tanouye and Michael Delaney for being amazing sketch teachers. Thank you to Michael Hartney who worked with me on the sketches last pilot season.  Thank you to Amy Heidt, who took a directorial chance on an unknown kid, and let me pay her in yoga lessons.  Thank you to Alex Berg at UCB-LA who helped me shape the show.  Thank you to all the people who showed me the great wig shops in Los Angeles.  Thank you Melissa Gomez, for taking amazing publicity shots.  Thank you Sahar Baharloo, for making me a pretty website.  Thank you, Lee Rubenstein, for being my hype man.  Thank you, Damian Bellino, for walking to my show once. Thank you to Chuck Dauble, Joe Martin, and the staff that will work the show on March 14th.  I’m very overwhelmed with gratitude.  I’m so excited to come back to New York for a little visit.  Let’s all walk in Central Park with bagels, like we always did.

I'm Bridgid Ryan. I am an actress, writerette, and singeratura.
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