Produced by RYCO Theatricals as a part of their podcast series RYCO LIVE, our two BIPOC queer hosts, Dash Perry & Tyler Dobies, deep dive into the big questions of our industry. GET INTO IT! *tongue pop* takes a look into the theatre industry today through panel discussions and asking the necessary (and sometimes unnecessary) questions. Happening every Thursday at 7:00pm Eastern live on our social media @rycotheatricals. The hosts will kiki, pose of question of the day, and, most importantly, GET INTO IT! Check it out below!
Tyler Dobies (he/him) is as Piscean as a person can be. He is the product of aspen trees, dirt roads, homeschooling, liberal arts, and the feeling of not being good enough. An alumni of Intiman Theatre’s Emerging Artist Program, Tyler has written solo shows about his experience as a queer, person of color. When not hosting GET INTO IT!, he is probably watching YouTube searching for a new Korean food recipe to try out or listening to ASMR. Credits include The Bridges of Madison County with Showtunes Theatre Company, Pajama Game with Centerstage Theatre, and Peter and the Starcatcher with ArtsWest all in Seattle, WA. He is also a founding faculty member for Building Voices of the Future, a seasonal voice intensive for high school students to sharpen their acting and singing skills. Master of Music in Vocal Performance: Music Theatre from New York University.
Dash Perry reigns from sunny South Florida. Unafraid to explore the unknown, Dash has an interest in fashion, art, and philosophy which drive him as an actor and creative. When he isn't self-taping or turning looks, you can find him working with Cast Black Talent to create and amplify opportunities for black actors. An initiative that he believes in deeply. He snagged his BFA in musical theatre from Ball State University #ChirpChirp
Show music composed and arranged by Dillon Feldman.