• Rosalind began her career as a singer, achieving her degree in music (voice) from the University of Toronto. She then went on to perform with Theatre Calgary, Calgary Opera, Opera York, The Mousetrap, Theatre Orangeville, Lighthouse Festival Red Barn Theatre and numerous others.
  • Throughout this time Rosalind was music directing numerous productions which included: Schoolhouse Rock Live (Annex Theatre), I love you you're perfect now change (theatre muskoka), pump boys and dinettes (theatre by the bay), Don't tell Mama (buddies in bad times), Perfect Life (US premier) and "Chandeleirva (Patron's pick Toronto Fringe, Second place Montreal Fringe).
  • Rosalind was the Resident Music Director for the professional series at the Rose Theatre Brampton for five years. She music directed: She loves me, A Christmas Carol, A Chorus Line, Cabaret, the Last Resort, Little Shop of Horrors, Forever Plaid, You're a Good Man Charlie Brown, Blood Brothers and many others
  • As a voice coach Rosalind has worked with professionals who have opened for KISS, Bon Jovi (ACC) and Amanda Marshall; singers from Chicago the movie, Mama Mia, Matilda, Stratford, Fun Home, Strictly Ballroom, Annie and several TV shows. She also recently coached on "Transplant" NBC/CTV.
  • Composition Credits include: “The Auction” CBC/ Global, audience choice award Sprockets (TIFF) “Rock Garden”(NFB), and credits on OMNI, Global, CityTV, MenTV, Prime and CBC. She has scored "Bagged" for CBC starring Kristin Booth, "Marv Freetell's wedding day"/ BRAVO. Her musicals have been produced across Ontario and have played at the Academy Theatre Lindsay, Waterloo Stage, The Orillia Opera House, The Gravenhurst Opera House and others Rosalind composed the musical “Ingenew” which ran at the Red Sandcastle and she co-composed and music directed “The Musical McCoy” which is supported by The National Arts Centre, The Shaw Festival, The Grand Theatre and others.
  • Rosalind Mills is currently a sessional faculty member teaching voice at the University of Toronto Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies. Additionally, she is a professor at Centennial College in the Theatre and Performing Arts Fundamentals and was previously a voice coach at Randolph's College for the Performing Arts. She was awarded an ARIFS research grant to study the impact of private and public performing arts education on college post-secondary performing arts admissions. The second phase of this research involves DEI in pathways to performing arts post-secondary education and careers.