Kodi Lynn Milburn

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Kodi Lynn Milburn is a Nebraska born Native American performer, writer, and theatre artist based in Brooklyn, NY. She attended the New York Film Academy and graduated in 2016 majoring in Musical Theatre. During her time studying at NYFA, she sang at 54 below in Ewalt and Walker’s “The Making of Madeleine Moore", belted in NYFA’s production of “Chess” at the American Theater of Actors, and worked with the effervescent Bobby Cronin and Crystal Skillman on a musical adaption of the claymation film “Mary and Max,” breathing life into Adult Mary for the first time. Before leaving school, she wrote a dance on film script called “Could you Dance in my Shoes” that was brought to its feet and directed by Deidre Goodwin. After graduating the program, Kodi has held the title of assistant director/production assistant for “The Other Mozart” Off-Broadway, several readings at the New York Film Academy, and a few short films including Patrick Karambizi’s “Je l’aime a Mourir.” She has worked costumes on a production of “Urinetown” under David Withrow (DW) and celebrated a film she appeared in entitled "Seeking Alice" winning Best Movie Musical at the 2017 NOVA Film Festival. Kodi has instructed Tween/Teen Musical Theater Courses at NYFA as well as with THE CREATORS COLLECTIVE teaching ages 9-18 musical theater technique. In 2017-18 she spent some time gigging around NYC with her band "Requiem for a Butterfly" as well as a duo show with Jonina Bjort in Reykjavik, Iceland, pending the release of her album. Kodi is ecstatic to announce that her original 7 track folk album, “Midnight Ramblings” is now available on Spotify and iTunes. She has been working on some original works around the city including her immersive multimedia musical "Chrysalis" produced by THE CREATORS COLLECTIVE, as well as her Teen play “OBSESSIONS” also produced by THE CREATORS COLLECTIVE in May of 2018. Currently, Kodi is working on Sylvia Milo’s “The Other Mozart”, touring the US. The show is amazing. SERIOUSLY. check it out. www.theothermozart.com