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Ryan McCartan, star of Wicked, Heathers, and Disney Channel’s “Liv and Maddie,” makes his solo show debut in New York City. A singer-songwriter, Broadway performer, pop music producer, and guitarist, McCartan has been creating art all over the world since the age of 8, in many different forms. This intimate evening will display his passion for many musical disciplines, ranging from clever acoustic covers of musical theater fan-favorites from his career on stage and screen, to pop classics and originals. Join us for a relaxed evening as McCartan attempts to answer the question he is most frequently asked: How did you get here in the first place?

Ryan will be joined by special guests:
Alison McCartan – Nov 4 Only
Taylor Iman Jones (Scotland, PA, Head Over Heels)
Brittney Johnson (Wicked)

Please note that all artists and acts are subject to change at any time.

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Broadway Workshop

June 16, 2020
Ages: 13-19
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Ryan McCartan Online Workshop (Sold Out)
Tuesday, June 16th, 2020 
4:00pm – 5:30pm ET
Ages: 13-19
Zoom Online Workshop 

Students will have the opportunity to sing a song of their choice for Broadway star RYAN MCCARTAN. Ryan will lead students in exercises to help bring their song material and audition/performance skills to the next level.

Ryan, along with Broadway Workshop’s staff, will work with each student one-on-one on audition technique and song interpretation in this special online master class. We will focus on giving students the opportunity to bring their audition and performance skills to the next level.

Each student should prepare one musical theatre song of their choice for this workshop and have an accompaniment track in the correct key. This is an online workshop through Zoom.

Ryan McCartan was last seen on Broadway as Hans in Frozen and as Fiyero in Wicked. His off-Broadway credits include original casts of Scotland, PA (Mac); Heathers: The Musical (JD)TV/film: Fox’s Rocky Horror Picture Show remake (Brad); Disney Channel’sLiv & Maddie (Diggie) and numerous guest-starring roles.


Things you’ll need to participate in our Broadway Workshop Online Workshop Series:

  • A computer or device (such as a phone or tablet) with internet connection
  • A 16-32 bar accompaniment track for your song
  • A second device (phone or tablet) to play your 16-32 bar accompaniment track
  • Zoom – available through download at www.Zoom.com
  • Recommended: headphones or a headset to minimize background noise

Students will need one (1) musical theatre or pop/rock audition song in the correct key for this workshop. We will only be focusing on ONE 16/32 bar musical cut in this class. If possible please have a second song to be used as backup. We suggest that you do not sing songs currently on Broadway. You need a track to sing along with, you can try to find a track on-line or you can feel free to email our musical directors to create a track for you (INFO BELOW).

If you are looking for song suggestions – Click HERE to browse for song cuts.

We have put together a list of helpful places to find tracks for your musical theater/pop songs.

Broadway Workshop Musical Directors:
Luke Williams – [email protected]
Greg Kenna – [email protected]

Please email [email protected] with any questions at all about this workshop.

Program Faculty

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Just Jared Jr.

Ryan McCartan is returning to Broadway tonight in the musical Frozen and here’s your first look at him in costume as Hans!

The 26-year-old Liv & Maddie actor has previously been on Broadway in Wicked and he’s joining Ciara Renee as Elsa and McKenzie Kurtz as Anna.

The Broadway production will be introducing some changes that were made for the North American tour. In the show’s second act, Elsa and Anna will no longer sing the “For the First Time in Forever” reprise and they’ll instead perform the new duet “I Can’t Lose You.”

Kristoff, who is currently being played by Noah J. Ricketts, will also get a reprise for his song “What Do I Know About Love?” to express his growing feelings for Anna.

Anna’s second act solo song “True Love” has been cut and the act two opening number “Hygge” is being trimmed.

Ciara is best known for her work on The CW’s Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow, and The Flash. She has been seen on Broadway in Pippin and Big Fish. McKenzie is making her Broadway debut!

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Ryan McCartan, Victoria Justice Dammit - Janet! ( ROCKY HORROR)

Rayn McCartan


June 14, 1993 (age 25)

Excelsior, Minnesota, U.S.

Years active


Ryan McCartan is an American actor and singer. As an actor, he is known for his recurring role as Diggie on the Disney Channel sitcom Liv and Maddie, and for his role as Brad Majors in the 2016 Fox musical television film The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again. McCartan is also known as one half of the pop duo The Girl and the Dreamcatcher. McCartan also played Jason Dean, "JD" in the Los Angeles (2013) and the original off-Broadway (2014) versions of "Heathers: The Musical". He has also played Fiyero in Wicked: The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz


McCartan began his career with a minor part in the stage version of Disney's High School Musical in 2007. In 2011 he was a Jimmy Award winner, the top honor given only to two students at the National High School Musical Theater Awards.

Starting in 2013 McCartan began playing the recurring role of Diggie on the Disney Channel comedy Liv and Maddie. In 2015 he starred in the direct-to-video film R.L. Stine's Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls. In 2016 McCartan was cast in the lead role of Brad Majors in the 2016 Fox musical television film The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again.

In May 2015 Dove Cameron announced that she and McCartan were officially forming a pop duo and would be releasing their first original song. In September 2015, they announced their group's name would be The Girl and the Dreamcatcher, and their first video was released in October 2015.

Personal life

McCartan was born in Excelsior, Minnesota. His father, Conn McCartan, is the principal at Eden Prairie High School in Eden Prairie, Minnesota. He attended Minnetonka High School in Minnetonka, Minnesota, where he was active in theater and choir.

McCartan began dating actress and singer Dove Cameron in 2013. He officially announced that Cameron was his fiancée on April 14, 2016, but their relationship ended in October 2016. He is currently dating YouTuber Samantha Fekete, known from the YouTube channel Battle Universe and her own personal vlog channel.

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Ryan McCartan

American actor and singer

Ryan Jerome McCartan[1] (born June 14, 1993[2][3]) is an American actor and singer. As an actor, he is known for playing Jason "J.D." Dean in the original off-Broadway production of Heathers: The Musical (2014) and for playing Brad Majors in the 2016 Fox musical television film The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again. McCartan is also known as half of the former pop duo The Girl and the Dreamcatcher. McCartan has a youtube channel with his girlfriend Samantha Fekete, in which they calls their fanbase “Daddy”. McCartan played the recurring role of Diggie Smalls on the Disney Channel sitcom Liv and Maddie. Further Broadway credits include Fiyero in Wicked and Hans in Frozen.

Early life[edit]

McCartan was born in Excelsior, Minnesota.[2] His father, Conn McCartan, was the principal at Eden Prairie High School in Eden Prairie, Minnesota,[4] until he retired in 2018.


McCartan began his career with a minor part in the stage version of Disney's High School Musical in 2007.[5] In 2011 he starred in the titular role in Minnesota's first regional production of The Phantom of The Opera. That same year, he won Best Performance by an Actor at the Jimmy Awards, given out by The Broadway League to the top performers in high school musical productions.[6]

In 2013 McCartan began playing the recurring role of Diggie on the Disney Channel comedy Liv and Maddie.[7] In 2015 he starred in the direct-to-video film R.L. Stine's Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls.[8] In 2016 McCartan was cast in the lead role of Brad Majors in the 2016 Fox musical television film The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again.[9]

In May 2015 Dove Cameron announced that she and McCartan were officially forming a pop duo and would be releasing their first original song.[10] In September 2015, they announced their group's name would be The Girl and the Dreamcatcher,[11] and their first video was released in October 2015.[12]

On September 11, 2018, McCartan made his Broadway debut as Fiyero in the musical Wicked.[13] He remained with the show through May 12, 2019.[14]

He also originated the role of Jason Dean in the original off-Broadway cast of the musical Heathers, which ran from March through August 2014, after playing the role in the Los Angeles tryout in 2013. In mid-2018 he originated the lead role of Eddie Corbin in the new musical Mutt House at the Kirk Douglas Theatre, and in August 2019 he played Lt. Cable in South Pacific at the Aspen Music Festival.

He also starred in the role of Mac in the Roundabout Theatre Company's new musical Scotland PA. In November 2019 he made his solo show debut at Feinstein's/54 Below. He joined the cast of Frozen on Broadway as Hans in February 2020.[15] However, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, all Broadway theatres were closed. Disney later announced, on May 14, 2020, that Frozen would not reopen after the lockdown is lifted.[16]

McCartan has taken part in numerous promotions of new musicals such as Within Earshot and King of Pangaea

McCartan is part of the Rodgers and Hammerstein goes Pop! project producing a single version of This Nearly Was Mine.

In April 2020, he hosted the Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS viewing of 25 Years of Disney Broadway.

He is part of the cast of two upcoming movies The F*ck Happened and Love You Anyway

Personal life[edit]

McCartan began dating actress and singer Dove Cameron who was his Liv & Maddie co-star in August 2013. McCartan was 20 years at that time and Dove Cameron only 17 years old. He officially announced that Cameron was his fiancée on April 14, 2016,[17][18] but the relationship ended in October 2016. McCartan later stated that Cameron had been unfaithful towards the end of the relationship.[citation needed] Since October 2017, he has been dating Samantha Fekete with whom he runs a YouTube channel called Sam & Ryan.[19]

On July 29, 2014, McCartan revealed in a tweet that he has suffered from diabetes since age six.[20] In 2019, McCartan stated in an interview that he had been sexually abused by a theatre mentor when he was 12.[21]

Through his father, his second cousin is professional basketball player, Lindsay Whalen (they share the same great grandparents).


Theatre Credits[edit]

Year Title Role Note
2013–2014Heathers: The MusicalJason "J.D." DeanOff-Broadway at New World Stages
2018Mutt HouseEddie CorbinKirk Douglas Theatre
2018–2019WickedFiyeroBroadway at the Gershwin Theatre
2019 Scotland, PA MacOff-Broadway at Laura Pels Theatre
2020FrozenHansBroadway at St. James Theatre


See also: The Girl and the Dreamcatcher § Discography

Studio albums[edit]

Soundtrack albums[edit]

Extended plays[edit]


Promotional singles[edit]

Other appearances[edit]

Music videos[edit]


In 2011, he received a Jimmy Award for Best Performance by an Actor.[36]


  1. ^Ryan McCartan [@ryanmccartan] (September 8, 2013). ""@NJBergs: My middle name is jerome" reppin' proud. Best middle name ever. Nathan Jerome and Ryan Jerome #ForLife" (Tweet). Retrieved January 30, 2020 – via Twitter.
  2. ^ ab"Ryan McCartan". Hollywood.com. Retrieved February 20, 2017.
  3. ^"Ryan McCartan on Instagram: "26 🎂"". Instagram.
  4. ^"Eden Prairie High School Principal Conn McCartan". USA Today. Gannet. November 25, 2014. Retrieved December 19, 2015.
  5. ^Skinner, Quinton (January 8, 2007). "Review: 'Disney's High School Musical'". Variety. Retrieved February 20, 2017.
  6. ^Hershberg, Marc (June 26, 2017). "Jimmy Awards Jump-Start Broadway Careers". Forbes. Retrieved 2019-07-10.
  7. ^Craig Turpin (May 4, 2016). "Disney's Liv and Maddie stars perform at N.J. balloon festival". NJ.com. Retrieved February 20, 2017.
  8. ^Lesas, Sylvie (July 9, 2015). "R.L. Stine's Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls Releases on DVD and Digital HD September 29, 2015". Evigshed Mag. Archived from the original on June 30, 2016. Retrieved September 24, 2016.
  9. ^Wagmeister, Elizabeth (January 4, 2016). "TV News Roundup: Victoria Justice to Star in Fox's 'Rocky Horror' Special & More". Variety. Retrieved February 20, 2017.
  10. ^Devoe, Noelle (July 16, 2015). "Disney Channel's Dove Cameron & Ryan McCartan Take a Major Step in Their Adorable Relationship". Seventeen. Retrieved August 19, 2016.
  11. ^Osmanski, Stephanie (September 29, 2015). "Dove Cameron and Ryan McCartan Announce Their Band Name". M Magazine. Archived from the original on March 24, 2016. Retrieved August 20, 2016.
  12. ^Johnson, Zach (October 2, 2015). "Dove Cameron and Ryan McCartan Release "Written in the Stars" Music Video as Duo The Girl and the Dreamcatcher". E! Online. Retrieved January 30, 2016.
  13. ^"Ryan McCartan Joins WICKED As Fiyero Beginning September 11". BroadwayWorld. August 30, 2018. Retrieved August 31, 2018.
  14. ^Lefkowitz, Andy (May 14, 2019). "Wicked Welcomes Hannah Corneau as Elphaba in Broadway Debut". Broadway.com. Retrieved June 6, 2019.
  15. '^Gans, Andrew (January 15, 2020). "Ciara Renée and McKenzie Kurtz Will Be Frozens New Elsa and Anna on Broadway". Playbill. Retrieved June 14, 2020.
  16. ^Gans, Andrew (14 May 2020). "Broadway's Frozen Will Not Reopen Post-Pandemic". Playbill.
  17. ^"See Ryan McCartan Tower Over Kirstin Chenoweth and Dove Cameron". WhoSay. Retrieved April 11, 2015.
  18. ^Vulpo, Mike (October 5, 2016). "Dove Cameron and Ryan McCartan Call Off Their Engagement". E! News. Retrieved October 6, 2016.
  19. ^"Sam & Ryan - YouTube". www.youtube.com. Retrieved 2021-02-05.
  20. ^McNamara, Brittney. "Why Ryan McCartan Spent Halloween in the Hospital". Teen Vogue. Retrieved 2020-06-17.
  21. ^Bowling, Suzanna (November 7, 2019). "Ryan McCartan Talks About Being Sexually Abused and How He Has Conquered and Won". Times Square Chronicle. Retrieved April 25, 2020.
  22. ^Wagmeister, Elizabeth (April 7, 2015). "Watch: Bella Thorne & Zendaya Reunite on 'K.C. Undercover' (Exclusive Clip)". Variety. Retrieved April 10, 2015.
  23. ^"The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let's Do the Time Warp Again". iTunes.
  24. ^"The Opposite – EP by Ryan McCartan". May 18, 2018 – via iTunes.
  25. ^"Seventh Avenue – EP by Ryan McCartan". September 20, 2019 – via iTunes.
  26. ^"When You Went Away - Single by Ryan McCartan". January 12, 2017 – via iTunes.
  27. ^"Everything - Single by Ryan McCartan". February 14, 2017 – via iTunes.
  28. ^"Right Now - Single by Ryan McCartan". November 17, 2017 – via iTunes.
  29. ^"Changed My Mind - Single by Ryan McCartan". March 29, 2018 – via iTunes.
  30. ^"He Don't Know You - Single by Ryan McCartan". May 7, 2018 – via iTunes.
  31. ^"Acting Like You Don't - Single by Ryan McCartan". September 6, 2019 – via iTunes.
  32. ^"High and Low - Single by Ryan McCartan". October 30, 2020 – via iTunes.
  33. ^"Politician - Single by Ryan McCartan". January 22, 2021 – via iTunes.
  34. ^"Pink and Green - Single by Ryan McCartan". March 26, 2021 – via iTunes.
  35. ^"Ryan McCartan "This Nearly Was Mine" R&H Goes Pop! (Official Music Video)". YouTube. March 27, 2021. Retrieved September 22, 2021.
  36. ^"2011 Jimmy Awards | The National High School Musical Theatre Awards". www.jimmyawards.com. Retrieved 2021-02-11.

External links[edit]

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Exclusive Interview: Ryan McCartan Talks the Magic of Frozen

The hit Disney musical, Frozen, welcomed Ryan McCartan to the show on February 18, 2020, as he took over the role from Joe Carroll. McCarten, who plays Prince Hans, the charming yet power-hungry love interest, is no stranger to the stage.

He made his Broadway debut playing Fiyero in Wicked, in September of 2018, where he remained until May of 2019. Ryan was kind enough to take time out of his day to chat with The Knockturnal about what it’s like to be a part of Frozen the Musical and to offer advice for how to gain success as an artist. 

The Knockturnal: Can you tell me the story of how you got into acting? 

Ryan McCartan: So, my father is an educator and my mother works in retail. My sister came out of the womb singing and dancing and, to make a very long story short, I wanted to play sports but I got diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. A lot of diabetics can make it work, but for some reason, my body was just not having it. And so my parents were like, ‘Ok, we hear you, but you have to do something with your time.’ And I was like, ‘playing video games in my room doesn’t count!?’ I looked over at what my sister was doing– she was into theater and dancing and singing– and I thought that looked cool. And there was one day when she was singing ‘Somewhere Over the Rainbow’ in the car and I started singing too, and my parents were like, ‘Oh he can sing too, oh my god we got two of ‘em!’

 The Knockturnal: Do your parents have good voices?

Ryan McCartan: My dad did theater in high school, and I think he sang in choir for a little in college, but my mom will not sing. I was born and raised in an Irish-Catholic household. We’d go to church and she wouldn’t even sing there. She would say, ‘God knows that I’m reading the words and that is enough!’ So anyway, my sister is the reason that I do everything I do and she’s been a massive source of inspiration to me my whole life. She actually lives in New York now where she’s one of my best friends. She’s one of the most important presences in my life, for sure.

The Knockturnal: What drew you to the role of Hans in Frozen?

Ryan McCartan: I think that I’m a nice person. I don’t think that I’m evil, but maybe I am, because I get cast in this type of role all the time. I call it the bait-and-switch bad guy. I’ve done it on TV, I’ve done it in movies, I’ve done it in theater, where I’m always the good guy at the beginning and then at the end…

The Knockturnal: You were so convincing last night in the show. My sister and I were trying to remember if your character was actually bad or not and we couldn’t remember.

Ryan McCartan: That’s so funny. Maybe it’s because it’s on stage. I’m not entirely sure what it is, but Michael Grandage, the director has talked with me about this idea that even if the audience has seen the movie a million times, they forget that Hans is ultimately a villain. And Michael was like, ‘I want you to convince the audience that we’ve changed the ending.’ And so yeah, I don’t know why I’m good at it, but I’m good at it I guess. 

The Knockturnal: That’s a nice niche skill to have. 

Ryan McCartan: I suppose. I go out to the signing line and the kids don’t trust me, and I’m like, ‘I’m nice in real life, I promise!’ It’s weird but it’s a really fun thing to get to do. I was saying before, I get to check two things off my list. I get to be a Disney prince and a Disney villain on the same night, which is pretty amazing. I’m enjoying that. 

The Knockturnal: What’s been the most difficult part for you about playing the role of Hans? 

Ryan McCartan: Rob Ashford, our choreographer, put together this splendid dance break in the song, ‘Love is an Open Door,’ to spruce it up and make it more alive on stage. And I can move, but I’m not a dancer, dancer. I mean, we have some of the best dancers on Broadway in our ensemble, and what they do with their bodies is unbelievable, and I’m not that. So you’ve seen the number: It’s all of these complicated turns and lifts, behind the back, over the shoulder, up in the air, fireman’s carry, all of these different things. And the dress that Anna wears is thirty pounds, and it’s huge. It’s very voluminous and so you know, you’re batting it out of your face and, at the same time, you’re trying to figure out, ‘where are her legs?!’ and ‘where are her knees?’ You have to find these contact points in order to hoist her up in the air safely. I mean this is the star of our show! I’m not going to be responsible for Anna falling on her face. So you have to be very meticulous and very strong. It was a lot of strengthening and practice, and that was definitely the hardest part for me. 

The Knockturnal: In your experience, is the choreography usually the hardest part of preparing for a show? 

Ryan McCartan: It’s different for every show. With Frozen, it was that number. Because for me, as a performer in theater, what I’m thinking about is that everything needs to be repeatable. I need to do a scene and know in my mind that I can do this 8 times a week. Whether something goes terribly wrong or whether I’m nailing it that night,  I have to be able to do it no matter what. And for a very long time, ‘Love is an Open Door’ did not feel repeatable. I was hoisting Anna up, thinking ‘I have no idea how I got her up there.’ Sometimes I could barely lift her off the ground. And, like I said, we have some of the best leadership, from Rob Ashford all the way down through the associates and the dance captains. We have so many people on our side. So I don’t want to paint the picture that I was stranded out there by any means, but it was just about the practice and getting the reps in. 

The Knockturnal: Are you and your cast-mates all close in real life? How did those relationships form?

Ryan McCartan: Well it was really cool. So Mackenzie who plays Anna, and I, and Andrew Pirozzi, who plays Sven the reindeer, went to the Junior Theater Festival in Atlanta as representatives of Frozen and we just bonded instantly. It was like summer camp, just one of those magical weekends. Mackenzie and I stayed up really late just talking one night, and Andrew and I were just walking around, chatting and getting to know each other, knowing we’d all be close when the weekend was over. And then Cierra, who plays Elsa, came in and she’s so sweet and talented and smart, and so it really felt too good to be true. I am still waiting for the other shoe to drop!  

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The Knockturnal: Does that not usually happen?

Ryan McCartan: You know, it’s a lot of people in the same space, for a long time. And so people often tend to mind their own business. And with this show, it just feels like everyone is with you, every single person. It’s an extremely unique experience. And I think you can really feel that in the audience and we can feel it onstage. 

The Knockturnal: Do you have any words of advice for those wanting to pursue a career in acting? 

Ryan McCartan: I think that it’s such a competitive industry, and a lot of people are vying for these spots. And I think that’s good, but what often happens in an industry that is competitive is that you begin to look at your competition and size them up, and go, ‘Okay this person is doing x, y, and z and they’re booking a lot of jobs so I should copy them.’ I believe that is the death of artistry. I think the most important thing that you can do, especially because of how broad the spectrum of your competition is, is to dive into what makes you most unique. A mentor once told me, ‘Everyone can do everything that you can’t do, but no one can do everything that you can do. So you have to fixate on what you can do. Never apologize for it and go boldly in that direction.’ I think people who do that stand out the most, in any artist medium. I mean you think about the Billie Eilish’s of the world. She never apologizes for exactly what she is and she is so unique. And if that works in music, that’s gonna work in movies and onstage as well.

The Knockturnal: What do you prefer, acting on stage or on-screen? 

Ryan McCartan: The two are such different experiences because when you’re onstage you turn and you look out and see 2,000 people watching you. 

The Knockturnal: How does that feel when you’re up there?

Ryan McCartan: Oh my god, I mean it hits me every time. My character first enters the stage when the gates of Arendelle open, so in my first entrance, I go through these huge doors and I walk straight down-stage towards the audience. My direction it to be looking at Arendelle and the castle, but what I’m actually looking at is all the people. And the St. James Theater is tall, so you’re looking up and into balconies filled with people and it’s a wonder unlike anything that you could ever experience. With film, the camera is right in your face, there’s a sound guy right next to you, and so it’s the polar opposite. In theater, you’re filling up this grand room with all of these people, and in film it’s completely contained and there’s something really exhilarating about that too. In one you are shouting into the expanse, and in one it’s like you’re dueling with the barrel of the gun. And there’s an intensity to both of those things, so I can’t really pick one because they feel like such opposites. 

The Knockturnal: Do you still get nervous before shows?

Ryan McCartan: Oh absolutely. I mean the thing that I try to think about though, is that the physiological symptoms of feeling nervous are the exact same as the physiological symptoms of feeling excited. Butterflies in your stomach, that frenetic energy, it’s all the same. So I try to tell myself, ‘No, you’re not nervous, you’re just really excited! And you care!’ If you’re nervous, that means you care. And you know,  I don’t ever want to get rid of that feeling. I don’t ever want to be at the point where acting in one of the best theaters in the world just feels blasé because that would be sad.

Ryan McCartan and McKenzie Kurtz in <i>Frozen</i>

Sours: https://theknockturnal.com/exclusive-interview-ryan-mccartan-talks-the-magic-of-frozen/

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