Bryan Rothfuss studied singing at Susquehanna University in the USA and at the UMdK in Vienna under Sebastian Vittucci, and completed singing classes under Birgid Steinberger and Carolyn Hague at the Vienna Conservatory. He took additional singing classes from Carol Blaickner-Mayo. He attended a number of masterclasses under the likes of Walter Berry, Barbara Bonney, Patricia Wise and Roman Trekel. After debuting as Papageno (The Magic Flute) at the Vienna Chamber Opera, he was initially a company member of the Theater Vorpommern (Stralsund / Greifswald) and Meiningen Theatre, where he performed roles such as Belcore (Der Liebestrank), Danilo (The Merry Widow) and Count Almaviva (The Marriage of Figaro). Bryan Rothfuss has been working at the State Operetta since 2011, playing roles such as Erminio (Gasparone), Perón (Evita), Orin (Little Shop of Horrors) and Eisenstein (Die Fledermaus).