Jordan Miller - Baritone
Jordan Miller was recently seen in Lamb's production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat as a Brother and several performances as the Pharaoh.
He was previously seen in the 2014 Festival of Christmas - Northern Lights and in Les Misérables as Enjolras for which he was nominated a Craig Noel Award and served as fight director. Notable San Diego credits include Cygnet Theater's productions of Maple and Vine, The Importance of Being Ernest, Travesties, and his first San Diego appearance as Volodya in the revival of Bed And Sofa, for which he won a Craig Noel award.
He has sung several roles at Lyric Opera San Diego including Giuseppe in The Gondoliers, Billy Crocker in Anything Goes and Mr. Lindquist in A Little Night Music, and he covered and performed the role of The Grinch in the 2009 production of The Old Globe's Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas.
Regional credits include Rum Tum Tugger in Cats (Casa Manana, Fort Worth, TX), Count Carl-Magnus in A Little Night Music (Ensemble Theatre, Santa Barbara), lead classical singer for Holland America Line 2010-2013 as well as Curly in Oklahoma! (Prather Family of Theaters) and Frank Butler in Annie Get Your Gun (Performance Riverside).
His stunt credits include several films for Spike TV, multiple productions at LA Opera and the Excalibur Hotel and Casino's Tournament of Kings. In addition to fight directing, he also teaches stage combat for Lamb's summer camps as well as other schools and colleges in San Diego.