Dustienne Miller

Assistant Professor of Theater
musical theater dance

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It is my intention to create a supportive and positive class environment where my students are empowered to joyously grow in strength, discipline, and creativity.

Dustienne Miller joined Boston Conservatory at Berklee in 2019 as an assistant professor of theater, teaching musical theater jazzdance.

Miller’s performing credits include the national tours of Fosse and The Will Rogers Follies, as well as regional productions such as A Chorus Line, Chicago, West Side Story, The Pajama Game, Guys and Dolls, Sweet Charity, Damn Yankees, Crazy For You, and 42nd Street, among others. Her New York City credits include the New York Musical Festival, the New York International Fringe Festival, the Actor’s Fund production of Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol, the Easter Bonnet Competition, Broadway Bares, and the Public Sings Benefit.

While living in New York, she worked as a physical therapist for Spamalot, Newsies, Shrek, 13, Curtains, War Horse, and The Radio City Christmas Spectacular (contracted through Jennifer Green at PhysioArts).

Miller pioneered the therapeutic use of yoga for treating pelvic pain. She speaks internationally on the topic, developed a continuing education course, and has six pelvic yoga videos on her educational website at www.yourpaceyoga.com. She earned her master’s degree in physical therapy from the Sage Colleges, completing her master’s thesis on injury prevention in dancers. She holds an advanced board certification in women’s health and her clinical practice, Flourish Physical Therapy, is located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood.