Rob Millar

Rob’s first production with KTG was playing ‘Stanley’ in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ back in 1997. Over the years since, Rob has enjoyed the opportunity to be both on and off stage in several productions. On stage credits include: ‘Dr. Secord’ in ‘Kincardine Calls’ (twice!); ‘Dr. Craven in ‘Secret Garden’, ‘Corporal Mahovolitch’ in ‘Stillborn Lover’; ‘Freddy’ in ‘My Fair Lady’; ‘Jack’ in ‘Edna’s Kitchen’; ‘Herb’ in ‘I Ought to be in Pictures’; ‘Robert’ in ‘Kiss the Moon, Kiss the Sun’ and ‘Jack’ in ‘Storm Warning’. Rob has been honoured to participate in several productions that were chose to compete in the Western Ontario Drama League fesitval, one of which advanced to the Theatre Ontario festival. Rob also sat in the Director’s chair for the play ‘Ten Times Two’, thoroughly enjoying the challenge of bringing all aspects of a production to life on the stage. Rob resides in Kincardine and is the proud father of four and is blessed with a growing number of wonderful grandchildren. Rob is thrilled to be back on stage in the one act play ‘My Narrator’, working with a talented cast and crew, including his daughter whom he hasn’t appeared on stage with since the production of ‘Edna’s Kitchen’ several years ago. Rob has enjoyed his roles both on and off stage over the years, and hopes you enjoy this production as much as Rob has enjoyed working on it.