Dillon is currently in performance for The Wolves with Theatre at Normandale serving as the Stage Manager, and also in rehearsals for Suessical, Jr! at Lakeshore Players Theatre where he will be playing the role of Mr. Mayor (Opening January 2020). Dillon will also be serving as the Stage Manager for DalekoArts' production of Ada and the Engine in late Winter 2020.
Dillon Baxendell is a Twin Cities-based Actor, Singer and Stage Manager. Recent performance credits include Lyric Arts' production of Bright Star (Max), directed by Scott Ford; Theatre at Normandale's productions of [title of show] (Hunter), directed by Anne Byrd; Pride & Prejudice (Wickham), and Spring Awakening (Hänschen/Rupert), directed by Amanda White-Thietje. Dillon is also a working Stage Manager around the Twin Cities with recent credits including Lyric Arts' productions of Junie B. Jones Is Not a Crook and God Of Carnage; DalekoArts' traveling production of The Complete Works of William Shakespeare: Abridged (Theatre L'Homme Dieu); and Theatre at Normandale's productions of Picnic and Circle Mirror Transformation.