About Lindsay


Lindsay Noel Miller (she/her) grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. As a child, she discovered her passion for music, which led to her love for playing the piano, conducting, and music theatre. She has worked as a music director, associate conductor, rehearsal pianist, pit musician, and music assistant across the country

Lindsay completed her undergraduate degree at Baldwin Wallace University in Cleveland, Ohio. She was the first person at BW to earn a B.M. in Music Theatre Music Direction. During her time at BW, she worked on various on-campus productions and shows in the Cleveland area, which includes music directing the regional premiere of THE LIGHTNING THIEF: THE PERCY JACKSON MUSICAL at Playhouse Square. Lindsay has also worked for The College Light Opera Company as a music director, associate conductor, and orchestra pianist.

After completing her Bachelor's, Lindsay earned an M.M. in Music Direction from Arizona State University. During her time at ASU, she worked as a Teaching Assistant for music theatre classes, a collaborative pianist for voice lessons, and as the music director for productions of PIPPIN, MISS YOU LIKE HELL, HEAD OVER HEELS. While completing this degree, she was the associate music director and keyboard conductor of The J2 Spotlight Musical Theatre Company's revival of SUGAR at Theatre Row. 

Currently, Lindsay is playing Keyboard 2 for CATS: THE JELLICLE BALL at PAC NYC. 

Lindsay is a proud member of the Maestra Music and Rise Theatre Directories, as well as the AFM Local 802 union.