Ryan, a Connecticut native, has earned a BA in Dance at Point Park University. Prior to his collegiate education, he attended the Regional Center for the Arts, Broadway Method Academy, and the Performing Arts Center of Connecticut. During this time, he had the honor of bringing multiple works of Nikole LaChioma to the Joyce Theater in New York City as a part of the In Motion Pre-Professional Dance Company. He performed in Broadway Method Academy's inaugural production of Hair (Berger).
Ryan has been seen in various performances with Point Park University's Conservatory Dance Company including Doug Bentz's Moon Dance, Septime Webre's Fluctuating Hemlines, Nacho Duato's Palmeras and the world premiere of Jim Cooney's Amy & Beth. He was a cast member of Park Playhouse's 27th Season which included productions of Footprints on the Moon, Singin' in the Rain, and The Pajama Game . The following summer, he returned to Albany, NY to partake in Park's 28th Season of Freckleface Strawberry, Chicago, and The Little Mermaid. Ryan, taking a leave of absence from Point Park, played A-Rab on the 2016-2018 West Side Story International Tour, directed by Joey McKneely.
Upon returning from tour, Ryan appeared in Broadway Method Academy’s Evita at the Westport Country Playhouse choreographed by Eric Santagata. He also had the opportunity to work with Virginia Musical Theater on their production of Kiss Me, Kate. He appeared in the 2018 DanceBreak Showcase at Alvin Ailey under the direction of Ryan Domres. Park Playhouse welcomed Ryan back for their 30th Season as the associate choreographer for their productions of Damn Yankees and How to Succeed in Business.
Ryan returned to Point Park University and graduated with a BA in Dance (May 2019). He remained in Pittsburgh to play Romeo in Pittsburgh Musical Theatre's Newsies. He also participated in a workshop for Norwegian Cruise Lines under the direction of Gina Duci and Jason A Sparks. Ryan appeared in Interlakes Musical Theater's production of Saturday Night Fever (featured dancer).
Ryan joined the first national tour of Bandstand in September 2019. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 Health Crisis, the production has concluded. The last show was performed on March 13th.
"be sure to take note of the pop and finish to the dancing of Ryan P Cyr as Hank, the Senators' pitcher, whose talents offer an indication of why he's also the associate choreographer for the production." - Albany's Times Union
"Some stood out amongst the rest, including Ryan P Cyr, whose theatricality and stage presence shines brightly in the big numbers..." -BroadwayWorld