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RHONDA MILLER founded and co-owned L.A.'s premier dance facility, The Edge. A leader for many years of the successful convention business, L.A. DanceForce, Rhonda has been one of the most sought-after choreographer-dance instructors in the U.S. dance industry.
Splitting her time between New York City and Los Angeles, Rhonda's innovative work caught the eye of Broadway Director/ Choreographer Jerry Mitchell (Kinky Boots, Legally Blonde, Hairspray) with whom she has worked for several years on the renowned, annual event, Broadway Bares. Among Rhonda's New York City stage credits are Nothing Like A Dame at New York City's Marquis Theater, featuring a piece starring Tiler Peck of New York City Ballet, ABC's Daytime Salutes Broadway at Town Hall, "Les Enfants de Paris" (now known as 5th Republic), Austentatious, starring Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Gemini the Musical, starring Linda Hart and Have a Nice Life starring Emily Skinner and, Kevin Carolan. She was the recipient of Outstanding Choreography Award of the New York Musical Theater Festival's production of Common Grounds and has choreographed over 30 musicals at regional theaters around the country.
Rhonda's television credits include the American Film Institute Awards with Catherine Zeta- Jones, two series for HBO, "The Boys" and "It's Garry Shandling's Show", multiple episodes of "General Hospital" ABC, "Days of Our Lives" for NBC and several episodes of "Young and the Restless" for CBS. Her energetic work has also been seen in commercials and industrials for such Fortune 500 companies as Apple, Chrysler, Toys R Us, Warner Brothers and Exxon-Mobil. She conceived, directed and choreographed Cinematastic for Princess Cruise Lines, Broadway Nights for Celebrity Cruise Lines and directed the Nickelodeon Up Fronts and is proudly in development of the theatrical project, 5th District. Recently, she collaborated with director Donna Drake (The First Company of A Chorus Line) on productions of Hairspray, Little Shop of Horrors, Cats, Anything Goes and Chicago for the resurgence of Music Theater North, currently known as Community Performance Series in Upstate New York. She just finished choreographing Mary Poppins at Arkansas Rep.
Rhonda is an Associate Professor at Pace University School of Performing Arts in New York City, where she created and directs the unique Commercial Dance program. In addition, she was the first Choreographer to be inducted into the Oklahoma City University Hall of Honor.