Tamica Washington-Miller is the Associate Director of Lula Washington Dance Theatre. She is the daughter of founders Lula and Erwin Washington. Tamica 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.
Tamica 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. Tamica 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 LWDT partnership with Dorsey High School. Tamica choreographs the annual Kappa Alpha Kappa fraternity’s Kappa League presentation; and she helps mount the annual Youth Recital and Kwanzaa festival.
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