Miles Millikan

Miles Millikan

A senior at Emerson College, studying for my B.F.A in Acting
Alumni of Los Angeles County High School for the Arts
Alumni of Double Edge's Summer and Winter Intensive (2018/19)
Alumni of SITI Company Saratoga College Intensive (2019)

Plays

  • kiddos
    Following a group of 7 Eleven Year-Old friends as clumsy accidents, miscommunication, fear, and rumors causes the ugly sides of each of them to come up. There is beauty in the ugliness and there is nothing childish or mundane about the problems an 11 year-old goes through (though we will definitely laugh at them, and there's nothing wrong with that either)
  • A Giiiggle in Twilight
    Harold's on a walk
    Boys keep running up to him
    It's humid outside, isn't that odd
  • Ǫ̴̭̻͍͎̱̬̩̼̇́͗̒̄̔v̶̻̘͇̞͆͂͂̅͌͊̏̕̚͝ͅȇ̷̡̞̗͙̋͒ͅr̷̢̮̟̻̝̜̎̅̀͒̎͠͠l̸͓͍̖̫̘͊̓o̵̺͇͖̜͆̀̉̉̂̇̍ŗ̵̡̗̦̬̭̩̥͓̘̔͒͠d̵̦̭̼̤̰͓̟͆̊̈́͌̑͗̃̓̚͠ ̷̻̟̄͊̔͊̿̈́͘P̶̻͓̞͚̼̤̠͎̙̃͘ͅͅḛ̷̳̘̄̀̆͛͆͋̚͝͝͠è̶̟͍̞ṗ̵̢̙͍͇̥̹̩̺͖̤͗̀̓̈́̋́͌́͑͝ȉ̴̫̜̦͚͊̃͝ṇ̷͚̼̃g̸̯̼͙̙̙̗͚͊́̏́̅̒͗̿̂̏͜s̶̛̘͖̦̥͉̞̪̖̓͜͜
    Blur and Chrys's father has gone missing
    In a village with a dangerous ruler
    They are all they have left
    In a battle as old as energy itself
    Blur, Chrys, and Overlord Peepings collide
  • somyings alive
    a play written in one-go, no going back and editing. Inspired by the first two lines of Antonine Artaud's "Spurt of Blood," and an experimentation with automatic writing, what humans do you find in this soup of a subconscious? The constant battle that we find ourselves in with our rocks.
  • Hermey the Elf who really just wants to be a Dentist but who is also most likely a Homosexual
    A younger, darker, and more sexual look at the classic 1964 Christmas movie, "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer." Following Hermey the elf as the main character as he and every character around him search for their purpose in life.
  • Sugar Plums Molding
    Lily is a 10-year old that really wants to capture Santa this year. Nick is a 77-year man who looks exactly like Santa Claus and has broken into Lily and Maggie's house this fine Christmas Eve. Will Lily learn the "truth"? Will Nick feel fulfilled? Will Maggie feel like she's doing enough? Either way, it's festive, it's late, and it's most of all a big fat whoopsie doodle
  • RigorMortis
    A battle for power and dominance between Clare the writer and Bernard the man, RigorMortis takes place somewhere outside our reality and yet right in the singularity of it all. The battle between a god and their poisonous tie to their need to create.
  • Cupido, baby!
    Cupid is not the sweet angel of love that we thought. What if Cupido--the controller and giver of love--was just as wild and mischievous and amateurly poetic as the young people who they were infecting? Does a childish and human reasoning for love make it any less beautiful?
    Following 6 college students as their love runs out of their control. Some amateurs and some experienced with love, all of them...
    Cupid is not the sweet angel of love that we thought. What if Cupido--the controller and giver of love--was just as wild and mischievous and amateurly poetic as the young people who they were infecting? Does a childish and human reasoning for love make it any less beautiful?
    Following 6 college students as their love runs out of their control. Some amateurs and some experienced with love, all of them just trying to be held by someone who means it.
  • chocolate devotion
    two men sit in a Coldstone Creamery™
    there's something between them....
    they can feel it....
  • The Story of Humans on Earth (or: at least we did it)
    What happens when a species lives in a glass house but really wants to throw rocks in every direction? It's not gonna damage it too much...and even when it really looks like it's damaging the house and probably going to destroy it (though some don't even believe bits of the house are breaking at all) we decide not to switch out the rocks for balls of cotton even though they do exactly what rocks...
    What happens when a species lives in a glass house but really wants to throw rocks in every direction? It's not gonna damage it too much...and even when it really looks like it's damaging the house and probably going to destroy it (though some don't even believe bits of the house are breaking at all) we decide not to switch out the rocks for balls of cotton even though they do exactly what rocks would do but wouldn't fucking break the house. haha! Call it a shout of despair