Dylan Paul has worked throughout the United States and abroad, maintaining an active performance career and research agenda in theatre.   His Broadway debut was with Cabaret at Roundabout Theatre Company’s  Studio 54. Regionally, he has been a resident company member of Oregon Shakespeare Festival,  American Shakespeare Center,  Illinois Shakespeare Festival, and Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre. He is a faculty member at the University of University of Idaho and a cast member in the world premiere company of Moulin Rouge the Musical.

Honors include the Voice and Speech Trainers Association Clyde Vinson Award, and the Fulbright Award (full research grant), during which he examined heightened text in performance and established the  Traditional Mas Archive . As a free online resource for the documentation, preservation, and promotion of Caribbean masquerade, TMA profiles have been widely accessed online and exhibited at the National Museum and Art Gallery of Trinidad and Tobago.

In a project spanning over two years, he was the chief architect in the redesign and standardization of the International Dialects of English Archive. A major tool in the study of voice and speech, it contains primary-source accent and dialect recordings from 120 countries and territories. He continues to serve the archive as its Special Consultant, Associate Editor, and Webmaster.

As an instructor of voice, text, and acting he has taught at The University of Houston, The University of the West Indies, and the University of Idaho.  He holds an MFA from the Professional Actor Training Program at the University of Houston, and a BFA in Theatre & Voice from the University of Kansas.