About Betsy

Betsy Miller fell in love with BDF as a student in 2002, and returned as an administrative and archival intern for several years before joining the Box Office staff. Currently based in the Boston area, she works as a dance artist, educator, and facilitator. Her choreography, described as “haunting, spunky and full of imagination,” (New York State Council on the Arts) has been presented in New York, Ohio, Maine, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Texas. She has also recently performed with Lostwax Multimedia Dance, Fusionworks, Kathleen Hermesdorf, Heidi Henderson, Rose Pasquarello Beauchamp, and Rachel Boggia, and in collaborations with Matthew Cumbie and Shawn Hove. Betsy is a 2016 Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Choreography Fellow, and recently became an Assistant Professor of Dance at Salem State University. She has been on faculty at Providence College, Connecticut College, Dean College, and AS220 (Providence, RI), and has worked administratively for many dance organizations, most notably as the Dance Program Manager of AS220, Assistant Institute Director of the José Limón Dance Foundation (NYC), and Managing Director of WHITE WAVE/d.u.m.b.o. Dance Festival (Brooklyn, NY). She regularly teaches and performs as a guest artist throughout New England and beyond. Betsy holds an MFA in Dance from The Ohio State University and a BA in Dance from Connecticut College.