Erik Bryan is a versatile theatrical entertainer who has performed worldwide as an actor, singer, magician and headlining concert artist. He has appeared in venues such as New York City's Lincoln Center, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the San Salvador Teatro Presidente as well as with numerous theatrical and opera companies, and luxury cruise lines.
He is currently starring in Stephen Schwartz’s new musical illusion show Magic To Do, in the role of the "Magic Maker". His performance in the title role of Phantom (Yeston & Kopit) at the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse won him the 2009 Denver Post Ovation Award for Best Actor in a Musical. Erik appeared in the operatic premiere of The Light in the Piazza as Fabrizio Naccarelli with the Piedmont Opera Company, which was attended by Elizabeth Spencer, the author of the novella that inspired the piece.
As an opera singer, he made his principal debut in Carmen as El Dancaïro with Opera Theatre of the Rockies and performed principal roles with the company for three seasons, including Papageno in Die Zauberflöte.
Erik is a proud member of The American Actors’ Equity Association, and currently resides in London, England.