"Ryan is going places. Big places. The voice of an angel!"
- Elaine Paige, First Lady of Musical Theatre
"Driscoll is a magnetic performer of prodigious talents who doesn't need a spotlight to shine."
"Ryan is such a talented performer, with a solid technique and expressive, emotional connection to his singing"
- Howard McGillin, Longest Running Phantom on Broadway
"Ryan Driscoll is an extraordinary entertainer. A brilliant spirit exceeded only by his glorious voice and riveting dramatic skill."
- Norman Large, Broadway's Les Miserables
"Driscoll is a young Gene Kelly in the making...always an effervescent performance!"
- Cary Ginell, VcOnStage
"It was a pleasure to have Ryan on board our ships. His contributions to our productions greatly elevated the quality of the performances."
- Chris Jurassas, Senior Manager of Entertainment for Seabourn Cruise Line
"Ryan was amazing! Was such a lovely change from our morning to hear his wonderful voice!"
- Sandra Smith, Americas Newsroom Anchor for Fox News
Ryan J Driscoll is an accomplished, international vocalist and entertainer. Starring in world renowned musicals, Driscoll has appeared in leading roles such as Marius in Les Miserables, Lt. Cable in South Pacific, Finch in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying and Cain in Children of Eden.
As the lead male entertainer for the worlds #1 ultra-luxury cruise line, Seabourn, Ryan has performed for distinguished guests such as Elaine Paige, Sir Tim Rice, Robert Morse, Bobbi Brown, Kristen Wiig, Jason Robert Brown, and Stephen Schwartz.
Performing throughout the world, Driscoll has moved audiences with compelling vocal performances, entertaining hundreds of thousands with a wide variety of repertoire, from operatic favorites to timeless standards.
In his latest one man show, Come Fly With Me, Ryan performs the jazz standards we all know and love, with a refreshing take on hits from the Great American Songbook. Captivating audiences with stunning vocal renditions, Ryan embodies classic crooners like Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin, while honoring definitive artists such as Bobby Darin and Nat King Cole.