Dillan Chiblow

Dillan is an Ojibway storyteller from Garden River Ontario. He has a passion for de-colonial storytelling, and for telling stories of people that don’t always get told.

Dillan is a graduate of Sheridan’s Music Theatre performance program, where he trained as a young professional. During the summers, Dillan was fortunate enough to work with the Charlottetown Festival’s Young Company, where he performed in The Talking Stick, a musical about different Indigenous people across Canada. During that summer he was given the opportunity to perform for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (Will & Kate) on their royal tour.

Dillan felt the desire to further his craft and skill set. He attended The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s Master’s in Musical Theatre program, where he built upon his previous training and professional experience.

After graduating, Dillan hit the ground running. He performed in the Summer Works festival, and then took off to perform Only Drunks And Children Tell The Truth at Magnus Theatre. Since returning to Toronto, Dillan has been lucky to participate in several workshops for new shows ! Workshops that took places with Native Earth, Odyssey Theatre, Volcano Theatre, and Grand Theatre.

He also joined the company of Children of God in 2018. A musical that sheds truth on the residential school legacy in Canada. Dillan has performed Children of God in cities across Canada.

Dillan also self produced a podcast called Voicing the Circle: An Indigenous led podcast talking about life in the arts… and so much more ! Look for Voicing the Circle on all Social Media Platforms !