Chenoeh Miller


Chenoeh is an advocate for the arts in Canberra. As the director Little Dove Theatre Art, she believes in creating shows and events that truly connect with audiences.

Her works have played to sold-out audiences at home and abroad and have received multiple 5-star reviews, awards and grants including a Herald Angel Award and Scotland on Sunday’s Best Director Award for Six Women Standing in Front of a White Wall and most recently for her show Evangeline in 2019 – Best Circus/Physical Theatre Award at the Adelaide Fringe, and for Sydney Fringe – NIDA Director of the Year Award, Best in Theatre Award and Festival Directors Award.

Chenoeh has lovingly curated performance for Art, Not Apart since 2015 and passionately directed the performance art party Sound and Fury since 2013

In 2018, she travelled with 17 Canberra artists to present a season of Sound and Fury at the New Zealand Fringe Festival. And she has directed a number of local festivals including: Canberra Fringe and Hurly Burley Winter Fair. Chenoeh has recently been appointed Live Programs Officer along with Sammy Moynihan for the new theatre, studio and artist residencies at Belconnen Art Centre.