Elizabeth loves sharing her passion for performing and teaching throughout the country and internationally. Please contact for booking, teaching, and all other inquiries.

Booking Info


Aerial Performance

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Elizabeth offers artistically crafted acts on Corde Lisse (rope), Aerial Silks, Static Trapeze, Double Slings, and Acrobatic Dance (ground-based act). She delivers moving performances in a variety of settings from the proscenium stage to convention center ballrooms to outdoor festivals. All performances can be catered to meet the specific needs of your event.

 


Aerial Classes

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Elizabeth offers group classes and private instruction in Aerial Silks, Corde Lisse (rope), Static Trapeze, and more.

 


Residencies

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Elizabeth offers residencies in a variety of formats to meet your teaching and choreographic goals.

Past residencies include:

  • Snow College Dance Ensemble, Ephraim, UT (40 hour choreographic residency over two academic semesters)
  • Chattanooga Ballet, Chattanooga, TN (30 hour teaching/choreographic residency over one week)

 


Master Classes/Workshops

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Elizabeth offers master classes and workshops in aerial skills and dance for students of all levels.

She has taught introductory aerial skills master classes for groups such as:

  • Brigham Young University Contemporary Dance Theatre
  • Weber State University Dance Department
  • Provo High School Dance Team

Past workshop titles include:

  • Silks with Style
  • Trapeze Tricks and Transitions
  • Advanced Silks Drops
  • Acrobatic Dance
  • Get Inverted! Handstands Demystified
  • Introductory Aerial Fabric and Trapeze Teacher Training

 


Conferences

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Elizabeth is a passionate advocate for the aerial arts and has written and co-presented her research with colleague Julianna Hane (Revolve Aerial Dance) at numerous professional conferences including:

  • National Dance Educators Organization 2014 – Presentation “Taking Flight: Aerial Dance in Higher Education”
  • Motus Humanus Roundtable on Professional Issues 2012 – Presentation “Transcending Technique: Finding Expression in Aerial Dance” (*Awarded 3rd prize in Motus Humanus “Get the Word Out” Writing Contest)