Ryan J Moller
Costume Designer Ryan Moller holds his MFA from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, and a BA from Rockford University. Now based in New York, his designs can be seen around the country.
He has been awarded the USITT Midwest Section Founders Award, Won the Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Costume Design (The Drowsy Chaperone, 2010), Nominated for 3 Broadway World Awards Twelve Angry Men, (2013), Disney's Beauty and the Beast (2017) and Guys and Dolls (2017). He was also nominated for the Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Costume Design for his work on the premiere production of The Cottage in 2014.
He has worked with: The Metropolitan Opera, The Santa Fe Opera, Broadway Cares Equity Fights Aids, The Fulton Theatre, Norwegian Cruise Line, The John W. Engeman Theatre, Maine State Music Theatre, The Childrens Theatre of Charlotte, Araca Project, The New York Musical Theatre Festival, Westchester Broadway Theatre, Sierra Repertory Theatre, Primary Stages, Prospect Theatre, Gallery Players, Astoria Performing Arts Center, Troika Entertainment, GALA Hispanic Theatre, The Acting Company, Premiere Stages, The Herb Strauss Theatre, and The National Theatre of Bermuda.
Member: USA 829, IATSE 764
Representation: Danny Prather, Owner Hudson Artist Agency
Innovative Theatre Award Nomination for Outstanding Costume Design "The Cottage", 2014
Broadway World Award Nominee: Best Costume Design for "Twelve Angry Men", 2013
Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Costume Design "The Drowsy Chaperone" 2010
Prague Quadrennial Entrant for "The Chinese Wall", 2007
USITT Midwest Section Founders Award, 2001