Registered Critic: Valerie-Jean Miller
Valerie-Jean Miller has been a dancer since the age of three, inspired by her father who was a dancer in vaudeville. Dance has always been her grand passion in life and now she is pleased to bring attention to all the great dance productions in the greater Los Angeles area. The highlight of her professional dancing career, which began at age 15, was working for Bob Fosse from 1978-1981 in the Broadway Tony Award-winning musical "Dancin'." After performing in the show at the Broadhurst Theatre for the first year it was on Broadway, Valerie-Jean went on to be the Dance Captain and Featured Performer for the 1st National Tour for two years, including playing the Ahmanson for 3 ½ months in the summer of '79, as well as in cities all over the country. And for those who remember the golden age of television, starting at the age of 18, Valerie-Jean performed as a June Taylor Dancer on the Jackie Gleason show, toured with notable dancer Juliet Prowse, Ray Anthony, Ann Jillian, Flip Wilson and the Osmonds as well as being cast in countless movies, stage productions, dance companies, television series and TV specials, six Academy Awards Shows and various nightclub acts, revues and Industrials. Although her focus has always been on dance, Valerie-Jean is also an actress and singer who enjoys watching other artists at work and looks forward to seeing and sharing with Broadway World readers that extra something the makes a wonderful show something glorious!
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