Broadway performer brings message of hope to Time Out for Women

One of Dallyn Vail Bayles's recent roles doesn't require an elaborate costume or makeup to transform him to portray a character.

He's performed in the ongoing tour of "The Phantom of the Opera" as the hairdresser and marksman. As a Phantom, Raoul and Andre understudy, he has played and sung in those parts, too.

His resume includes parts in "Les Miserables" and "Children of Eden" and he was Hyrum Smith in the films "Joseph Smith: The Prophet of the Restoration" and "Emma Smith: My Story."

For Time Out for Women events on the 2010 Infinite Hope Tour, he can just be himself and share so many of the things that are significant to him.

"I don't have to put anything (extra) on and pretend," Bayles said in a recent phone interview from New York City area. His first Time Out event was in Orlando and he is scheduled for events in Pittsburgh on April 23, Omaha, Neb., on May 14 and several this fall.

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