Miles Phillips is a multiple award-winning actor, director, nightclub vocalist and recording artist with appearances in theaters, clubs and concert halls from Honolulu to London. He has countless leading New York and regional theatre roles, numerous film and television appearances, a popular solo album and a score of original and studio cast recordings to his credit.
An award-winning actor, Miles effortlessly jumps from classical theatre to musical theatre to concert halls to the finest nightclubs. He recently starred with some of Broadway's brightest in The Broadway Musicals of 1930 at Town Hall. Recent critically acclaimed theatre performances include Arthur in Camelot, Banco in the New York premiere of Ionesco's Macbett, Jameson in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Bassanio in both The Merchant Of Venice and the world premiere of its award winning new sequel The Doctor Of Rome, Cliff in Cabaret, Captain von Trapp in The Sound Of Music and Garry in Noises Off.
Phillips' acclaimed directorial ventures range from film to regional companies to New York theatre and cabaret, including serving as Artistic Director for Musical Theatre Renegades and The Hot Spot Theatre Company. Phillips received his graduate training with The American Conservatory Theatre and his MFA from The National Theatre Conservatory.
As a nightclub vocalist, Miles has been honored with multiple MAC Awards and twice honored in the category of Outstanding Cabaret Male Vocalist at the New York Nightlife Awards. His latest solo show "Reappearing In My Mind" recently played a triumphant engagement at Feinstein's and has been playing to standing ovations around the country. His leading man charm, glorious voice and passionate artistry have established him as one of New York's most celebrated male vocalists.
And in the recording studio, Miles has released his acclaimed solo album "might as well be..." and can be heard on over two dozen original and studio cast recordings, including celebrated performances as Robert in Company, Georges in La Cage Aux Folles, Officer Lockstock in Urinetown, Lumiere in Beauty And The Beast, Javert in Les Miserables, The Wizard in Wicked, Applegate in Damn Yankees, Nick Arnstein in Funny Girl, Albert in Bye Bye Birdie, Herbie in Gypsy, Amos in Chicago and, most recently, a thrilling turn as Tevye in a marvelous new recording of Fiddler On The Roof!
A star-studded evening of over 50 of Hawaii's top singers, dancers and musicians will be gathering to incite and inspire you all to RISE UP and be the change you want to see in the world.
Musical highlights will include performances from Hamilton, Hair, Tommy and Next to Normal as well as songs from John Lennon, Aretha Franklin, John Legend, Jason Robert Brown, Leonard Bernstein, Stephen Sondheim, Jamiroquai, Jerry Herman, Andra Day, Meghan Trainor, MILCK, Delta Rae, Heart, Jennifer Lopez, and Katy Perry.
Proceeds of this concert will be going to the Southern Poverty Law Center (https://www.splcenter.org/what-we-do) and Weinberg Waimanalo Village, a transitional housing program for homeless families with minor-aged children here on Oahu.
June 17th, 7:30pm, Paliku Theater
You won't want to miss this!