Bio: DayRon Miles grew up in Toledo, Ohio and knew from a very early age that the theatre was a haven in which he would always feel at home. He attended a performing arts academy for middle and high school education. While there he performed in over 50 productions, concerts and dance recitals. After completing high school he attended Wright State University majoring in theatre. In 2008 he became the Artistic Intern and Kenny Leon Directing Fellow. During that time he had the opportunity to assist Susan V. Booth with the production of Jesus Christ Superstar Gospel, and Rosemary Newcott with the production of Class of 3000 Live. In 2008 he became the Community Engagement and Casting Associate. He currently sits on the board for T. Lang Dance in Atlanta, GA.
ArtCAN is a unique and original fund raising event that features a fine art auction and original performances from selected acclaimed performing and visual artists from around the world who have been closely affected by cancer.