THIS MIGHT BE YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SEE DALLYN in Utah before he moves to Boston! One night only. LIMITED SEATING--ACT FAST!
$15 online; $20 at the door (if any tickets are left.) 7pm; doors open at 6:30pm.
Shadow Mountain Records artist Dallyn Vail Bayles as you've never heard him sing before--right up close, with a small audience, in the exclusive setting of Azevedo Studios. Prepare to be delighted!
Originally from Green River, Utah, Dallyn is a professional actor, singer and recording artist. He most recently performed in Hale Center Theater Orem's productions of South Pacific as Emile de Becque, and The Secret Garden as Archibald Craven. He toured with the final cast of The Phantom of the Opera third national tour as the Hairdresser/Marksman and as a Phantom, Raoul and André understudy. He has toured throughout the United States and Canada playing Enjolras on the Broadway tour of Les Misérables (Jason Moore, resident director), and was part of the show's China premiere engagement at the Shanghai Grand Theatre that starred Colm Wilkinson as Jean Valjean. Dallyn performed with the award winning songwriter, Stephen Schwartz, in the New York industry reading of his musical, Children of Eden (Scott Schwartz, director), singing the role of Adam. Other theatre credits include: Count Philippe de Chandon in Phantom (Fullerton Civic Light Opera), Archibald Craven in The Secret Garden (Village Theatre; Brian Yorkey, director), Ziegfeld Tenor in Funny Girl (Sundance Theatre); Father in Children of Eden, Paul Bratter in Barefoot in the Park, and Frederic in The Pirates of Penzance (Brigham Young University); Sid Sorokin in Pajama Game, and Sky Masterson in Guys & Dolls.
An active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Dallyn has performed in numerous religious productions. He portrays Hyrum Smith in the feature-length films Joseph Smith: The Prophet of the Restoration and Emma Smith: My Story. He also stars in three movies in the "Liken the Scriptures" musical film series. Dallyn and his wife, Rachel, portrayed Joseph and Emma Smith in the first three seasons of the LDS Church historical pageant, Nauvoo, in Nauvoo, Illinois. Dallyn originated and has reprised the role of Joseph the Carpenter in the sacred musical drama, Savior of the World, at the Conference Center Theatre. He also portrayed Alma Richards in Light of the World, an original musical production presented by the LDS Church at the Conference Center during the 2002 Winter Olympics.
Dallyn has performed twice as a guest soloist with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir on their "Music and the Spoken Word" broadcast. He was a soloist featured in the 2012 concert, "Golden Days: A Celebration of Life" honoring the 85th birthday of the LDS Church's president, Thomas S. Monson. He has also performed as a soloist in numerous concert productions throughout Utah, at venues that include Abravanel Hall, Kingsbury Hall, Libby Gardner Hall, the Assembly Hall on Temple Square, and the Marriott Center. He has also been a featured performer across the country as part of "Time Out For Women," a faith-based motivational event.
Dallyn has recorded three solo albums: Some Enchanted Evening (2012, Winsome Media LLC/Deseret Book Distributors), Song of Redeeming Love (2010, Shadow Mountain Records) and Prayer (2007, Winsome Media/Deseret Book Distributors). Prayer received two Pearl Awards (Inspirational Album and New Recording Artist) from the Faith Centered Music Association, and a Listener's Choice Award (New Artist) from the LDS Booksellers Association. This album includes the song, "Savior, Redeemer of My Soul" which was featured in the acclaimed film by TC Christensen, 17 Miracles.
Dallyn graduated from Brigham Young University with a BFA in Music Dance Theatre. In 2012, BYU honored him with the Young Alumni Distinguished Service Award. Dallyn is a member of Actors' Equity Association. He and Rachel are the proud parents of five children and currently reside in Utah.
Azevedo Studios (View)
870 E North Union Ave
Midvale, UT 84047