Ryan M. Sero is a professional actor and writer. Past roles include Herbert Milk (A Modicum of Freedom), The Raccoon (Inbetween Places), Sancho Panza (Don Quixote), Mephistophiles (Doctor Faustus), Romeo (Romeo & Juliet: An Escapist Comedy), and Don John/ Don Pedro (Much Ado About Nothing).
Plays he has written include A Modicum of Freedom, Romeo & Juliet: An Escapist Comedy, The Cheese, Miracles Don’t Come Cheap, and the upcomingFor ‘Daws to Peck At – which will be part of the Pearl Company’s StaycationFestival in August.
He frequently works with Decoder Ring Theatre (an online audio drama group), Artword Theatre, and The Mysterious Players (improv murder mysteries).
He is the artistic director of Make Art Theatre.
Anybody Else follows Thaddeus Blume, a would-be writer with the psychological inability to experience pleasure, as he searches for happiness and tries to figure out what’s really wrong with him. He’s having a hard time at work and in his love life, so when he meets Sigmund Freud himself at an art gallery, Thaddeus tries to get to the bottom of all his problems.
A comedy about love, life, happiness, and cough drops.