Tamica Washington-Miller, associate director of Lula Washington Dance Theatre, based in Los Angeles, CA Tamica Washington-Miller is the associate director of Lula Washington Dance Theatre. She is the daughter of founders Lula and Erwin Washington.
Washington-Miller grew up in the dance company from childhood. She was a student, member of the Youth Dance Ensemble, an apprentice and then a Company Member. She has choreographed half a dozen works for the touring company and is well known as a soloist and leading dancer in such works as “We Wore The Mask”; “Ode To The Sixties”; “Tasting Muddy Waters”; Angelitos Negros” and other works. Washington-Miller danced as a motion-capture artist in the James Cameron film, Avatar. She was the motion body for “Mo’aat” queen of the Na’vi tribe. Washington-Miller has also choreographed for the “Moesha” television series and for “The Parkers”.
She manages various programs for Lula Washington Dance Theatre including the Summer Intensive; the Dance All Day event for Taste of Soul; and the Company’s partnership with Dorsey High School. Washington-Miller choreographs the annual Kappa Alpha Kappa fraternity’s Kappa League presentation, and she helps mount the annual Youth Recital and Kwanzaa festival.