Mollie Millie (Mollie Kaye) was born in Columbus, Ohio and loved singing along to her parents' West Side Story, Candide, and Joni Mitchell albums. Trained as a classical soprano but always a 40's torch singer at heart, she's grateful to have found her "dream gig" after singing her heart out in the  back row of the symphonic choir for decades. As the "high voice" of The Millies, she now gets to perform the Doris Day, Peggy Lee and close-harmony repertoire that most authentically channels her theatrical,  musical, and comic spirit. Every day she is amazed at how fortuitous it is that Stephen Hatfield is so brilliantly arranging all of the Millies' material, and what a privilege it is to sing with her fabulous fellow Millies.

Mollie Millie (Mollie Kaye) was born in Columbus, Ohio and loved singing along to her parents' West Side Story, Candide, and Joni Mitchell albums. Trained as a classical soprano but always a 40's torch singer at heart, she's grateful to have found her "dream gig" after singing her heart out in the  back row of the symphonic choir for decades. As the "high voice" of The Millies, she now gets to perform the Doris Day, Peggy Lee and close-harmony repertoire that most authentically channels her theatrical,  musical, and comic spirit. Every day she is amazed at how fortuitous it is that Stephen Hatfield is so brilliantly arranging all of the Millies' material, and what a privilege it is to sing with her fabulous fellow Millies.

Lizzie Millie (Elizabeth Adilman) began singing even before she learned to speak. For her, singing is an expression of joy. Influenced from childhood by such greats as Judy Garland, Ethyl Merman, Ella Fitzgerald, Blossom Dearie, and Bette Midler, Elizabeth brings forward a confluence of rich tones as she embodies musical awareness and theatrical presentation. Born in Chicago, Elizabeth always found choirs and singing opportunities each stop along the way to Victoria, which she now calls home. She sings with honest generosity and a cultivated blend to the sensual sounds of The Millies, under the expert guidance of Stephen Hatfield.

Lizzie Millie (Elizabeth Adilman) began singing even before she learned to speak. For her, singing is an expression of joy. Influenced from childhood by such greats as Judy Garland, Ethyl Merman, Ella Fitzgerald, Blossom Dearie, and Bette Midler, Elizabeth brings forward a confluence of rich tones as she embodies musical awareness and theatrical presentation. Born in Chicago, Elizabeth always found choirs and singing opportunities each stop along the way to Victoria, which she now calls home. She sings with honest generosity and a cultivated blend to the sensual sounds of The Millies, under the expert guidance of Stephen Hatfield.

Lynda Millie (Lynda Raino) has been a long-standing fixture in Victoria's dance scene for 36 years. She is an award-winning choreographer, performer, and teacher. More recently, the world of theatre and music have taken the place of high jumps and pirouettes. She began singing in her church choir as a child, and her musician father had his children singing three-part harmony for dinner table grace. Along with several choirs, musical credits include "West Side Story" and "Urinetown, the Musical." With The Millies, she has found the perfect marriage of performance, theatrics, and vocals— but without hurting the body! Lynda is thrilled to be working with the superb talents of Stephen Hatfield. There is indeed life after dance!

Lynda Millie (Lynda Raino) has been a long-standing fixture in Victoria's dance scene for 36 years. She is an award-winning choreographer, performer, and teacher. More recently, the world of theatre and music have taken the place of high jumps and pirouettes. She began singing in her church choir as a child, and her musician father had his children singing three-part harmony for dinner table grace. Along with several choirs, musical credits include "West Side Story" and "Urinetown, the Musical." With The Millies, she has found the perfect marriage of performance, theatrics, and vocals— but without hurting the body! Lynda is thrilled to be working with the superb talents of Stephen Hatfield. There is indeed life after dance!

Millhouse (Stephen Hatfield) is known internationally in the choral world as a composer, conductor and clinician. Earlier endeavours include poetry, theatre and scholarship, for which he received the Governor General's Gold Medal. He traveled widely for twenty years before pursuing the quiet life in his childhood home of Victoria, B.C. He remembers Bastion Square in the '60s, and has always wanted to be part a Bastionesque happening. With The Millies, he has fulfilled this dream.

Millhouse (Stephen Hatfield) is known internationally in the choral world as a composer, conductor and clinician. Earlier endeavours include poetry, theatre and scholarship, for which he received the Governor General's Gold Medal. He traveled widely for twenty years before pursuing the quiet life in his childhood home of Victoria, B.C. He remembers Bastion Square in the '60s, and has always wanted to be part a Bastionesque happening. With The Millies, he has fulfilled this dream.