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Joan Miller (choreographer) was born on 30 September, 1936 in Harlem, New York City, is a director. Discover Joan Miller (choreographer)'s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 78 years old?

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Occupation Dancer, choreographer, educator
Age 78 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 30 September 1936
Birthday 30 September
Birthplace Harlem, New York City
Date of death (2014-03-23)
Died Place N/A
Nationality New York

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2007

It hosted its final concert in 2007 at the John Jay College theater.

2005

In 2005, the company hosted its 35th anniversary concert at the Citigroup Theater.

1975

In June 1975, the Joan Miller Chamber Arts/Dance Players performed in a week-long residency at the Ted Shawn Theatre at the Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival. By that time, the company had performed at the Delacorte Theatre, Japan House, the theatre at Riverside Church, Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall, New York University, Barnard College and the Hunter College Playhouse, in addition to regular engagements at Lehman College.

1969

In 1969 she began to develop Robot Game, a critique of assimilation to normative modes of behavior. Robot Game was originally performed by Milton Bowser (later known as Abdel R. Salaam), founder and artistic director of Forces of Nature Dance Theatre, Chuck Davis (who founded his own company in 1968, and the African American Dance Ensemble in 1984), William R. Munroe, and Wanda Ward.

1963

After a one-year appointment at Smith College, in 1963, she was hired to teach modern and folk dance at Hunter College's branch campus in the Bronx, which became Lehman College in 1968. In 1970, Miller became the director of Lehman's dance program, implementing a B.A. and B.F.A. at the first CUNY school to have a dance program. She would direct Lehman's dance program for the next thirty years. That same year, she founded her company, The Joan Miller Chamber Arts/Dance Players, and premiered her signature solo, Pass Fe White, which she had been working on since 1968. Joan curated professional artists from across New York City to teach in the dance department at Lehman, including Chuck Davis, Yon Martin, Miguel Godreau, Nadine Revine, Louis Falco, Juan Antonio, Rudy Perez, Nancy Topf, and John Parks. Among the choreographers Miller brought in to set work on the Lehman students were Eleo Pomare, Rael Lamb, Alvin Ailey (who choreographed his signature piece Revelations there), and later, Abdel Salaam.

1960

In 1960s, at Juilliard, she began dancing with Ruth Currier's company. As a result, Miller danced as a guest artist with the companies of José Limón and Anna Sokolow and as a member of the Lincoln Center American Dance Theatre Company. During the summers, she had begun to study with modern dance choreographers Doris Humphrey and José Limón at Connecticut College, and with Louis Horst in New York. In 1964, Joan began to dance with the Rod Rodgers Dance Company. From 1965 to 1968, Miller danced with James Waring, Remy Charlip, Yvonne Rainer and Rudy Perez, artists who were associated with the Judson Dance Theater and avant-garde dance communities. Miller was one of the first choreographers to combine explicit references to race, gender, and social conflict with postmodern aesthetics derived from the Judson Church scene.

1936

Joan Miller (September 30, 1936 – March 23, 2014) was an American dancer, choreographer, and educator. She was the artistic director of The Joan Miller Chamber Arts/Dance Players, a mixed-media dance company that used satire to make social commentary and provoke social change, from 1970 to 2007. Miller was also the founder and director of the dance program at Lehman College from 1970 to 2000.

Joan Miller was born Joan Ann Bernadette Theresa Floissac on September 30, 1936, in Harlem, New York City, to Beryl and Hubert Floissac. Joan's mother, Beryl, was of Jamaican heritage while her father, Hubert, claimed ancestry from St. Lucia. She began dancing in a Girl Scout troop on 135th Street. After high school, Miller's parents encouraged her to pursue a stable occupation as an educator. She graduated from Brooklyn College in 1958 with an undergraduate degree in physical education. She received a master's degree in dance education from Teachers College, Columbia University, in 1960, directly followed by attending the Juilliard School on a John Hay Whitney fellowship.

1933

William Moore (1933–1992), African American dance critic, dancer, researcher, and founder of Dance Herald magazine, managed the company at some point, as he did the company of Eleo Pomare.