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Elizabeth Earley

Elizabeth Earley is a graduate of New York University with a BFA in Drama.  She recently returned to New York City after touring with the Broadway production of Mary Poppins as Dance Captain, Swing, and understudy to "Ms. Banks!"  She has also toured nationally and internationally with Beauty and the Beast and Whistle Down the Wind as well.  Favorite credits include Ragtime at The Kennedy Center, Cassie in A Chorus Line, Luisa in The Fantasticks, Evita, Peter Pan, Crazy for You, The Music Man, Brigadoon, 42nd Street, Guys N’ Dolls, and The Odd Couple.  She has appeared in several commercials including Clinique Happy and Toys R’Us.  Elizabeth is a true triple threat dancer, singer, and actor who studied on full scholarship at the Joffrey Ballet and STEPS on Broadway.  She is a proud Broadway Connection Master Teacher and member of Actor’s Equity.

“The choreography in this show is second to none. We see incredible feats of large ensemble numbers executed to perfection, compliments of Choreographer Matthew Bourne and Dance Captain Elizabeth Earley. The ensemble is the most lively ensemble to take the stage all season at The Hippodrome by truly showing the audience just how much fun they are having in these numbers…” - DC Metro Theatre Arts

 

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