"Miller choreographed Trees in conjunction with a beautifully lush projected film, by Court Whelan, to illustrate the devastating effects of mankind’s pollution on the planet. Though filled with numerous eye catching patterns, Trees was most effective during its moments of stillness wherein Tracz bore silent witness to the vision of a coming storm as the elements softly flickered around him."
~ Juan Michael Porter II
"Miller and Dombroski are not-quite opposite sides of the same coin: both are relatively tall, but Miller is blonde and Dombroski is brunette. They move in sync, sequentially, or occasionally as mirror images, or with distinct but complementary movement, until they return to dancing in sync and then continuing the sequences with varying permutations. I liked the clear, but not quite independent images of an airy Miller frequently seeming to lift herself skyward, while Dombroski is more often earth-bound and weighted; and of the two pushing/pulling each other like taffy that can’t quite separate. The movement quality, though occasionally interrupted by angular thrusts, is primarily lyrical and flowing, matching the varying tempo and the connected repetition and not-quite-repetition, like “twin” violin strings on the same instrument, of the unidentified accompanying music by Quixotic / Shane Borth."
" As a choreographer, I love creating a world for my dancers, my audience, and myself and being immersed in it for a short period of time. I am often inspired to “solve problems” within my choreography that I do not have the full power to control elsewhere. Sometimes I like to touch base on personal emotional turmoil within relationships and see how I can find a resolution by the end of my choreographic work. Other times I go broader into worldwide issues or existential questions and shed light on ways we can come to peace or see hope for a brighter future. Regardless of the issue, I find myself striving to create and be a part of positive community building."
"A special contemporary master class was held during Sunday's open house, instructed by Lindsey Miller, a professional dancer, choreographer, model and dance/fitness instructor based in New York. She started dancing at MCDA as a youth and went on to graduate with honors at Illinois State University with a degree in dance performance."