2017 Adjudicators

Dale Miller

Music Theatre

Dale Miller Dale is one of Toronto’s most sought-after vocalists and performers. Dale holds bachelor degrees in both Music Performance (voice) and Music Education from Acadia University in Wolfville, NS. Dale was a member of the Nova Scotia Provincial Honour Choir for 5 years as well as a member of the 1996 National Youth Choir under Robert Cooper and regularly sings with the Amadeus Choir and Elmer Iseler Singers with Lydia Adams.

Selected credits include James and the Giant Peach (YPT – assistant director, assistant musical director, actor), Falstaff (COC, Dora Award Winner: Best Ensemble), Deadmouse: The Musical (Toronto Fringe – best director, Now Magazine), Annie (YPT), Seussical the Musical (YPT/ The Citadel), Anne of Green Gables (Theatre Calgary), Knickerbocker Holiday (TOT), Les Misérables (1000 Islands Playhouse), The Giant’s Garden (Toronto Fringe), Summer in the City, Victor/Victoria, I Do I Do!, Forever Plaid (Stage West Calgary), The Handmaid’s Tale (COC), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Mayfield), Plaid Tidings (Centre in Vancouver), Evita (MTC/Theatre Calgary), Cats, Jesus Christ Superstar, Gypsy, Cabaret, Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Buddy Holly (Neptune Theatre).

Dale made his New York and off-Broadway debut starring as Henry in the musical Living With Henry at the New York Musical Theatre Festival in 2012. Recently, Dale directed The Diary of Anne Frank for Plain Stage Theatre in Hamilton. Recent television appearances include Dark Matter on SyFy, Reign on CW and two episodes of Designated Survivor on CBS.

In March, Dale sang at the ACC for Game of Thrones Live concert, sang backup for Josh Groban in 2013 and was the featured soloist at Roy Thomson Hall Christmas Eve service in 2015. He appeared in the seasons 3 and 4 finales of Canadian Idol as a featured background singer. Dale regularly performs own his cabaret Dudettes in Toronto and will once again sing the Canadian and US National Anthems at the Rogers Centre this summer.