Elizabeth Labovitz

Elizabeth Labovitz grew up in Holden, Massachusetts and began her dance training at the age of five at Paula Meola Dance and Performing Arts. She has attended multiple summer intensives, including Cincinnati Ballet and American Ballet Theatre. In May 2020 she graduated cum laude from
Butler University’s Jordan College of the Arts, receiving a bachelor of arts degree in dance pedagogy with a minor in English.

Upon graduating, she relocated to Columbus, OH to dance as a member of Ballet Met's trainee program. As a trainee, she had the opportunity to perform in Balanchine's Western Symphony, The Sleeping Beauty, and Coppelia, as well as company roles in Ballet Met's production of The Nutcracker, and Edwaard Liang's Giselle and Cinderella.

In 2022, she relocated to Providence, Rhode Island, to dance with Festival Ballet Providence.

When not dancing, Elizabeth teaches and choreographs. She has been on faculty at Ballet Met’s academy and numerous studios throughout New
England. Elizabeth’s choreography has received many regional and national awards at a multitude of youth dance competitions. Additionally, she created solo pieces which were performed in St. Petersburg, Florida at the ADC IBC Finals. Elizabeth’s piece entitled, “When You Whisper my Name,” choreographed for Paula Meola Dance, was invited to perform in 2019”s Boston Contemporary Dance Festival.

Elizabeth is incredibly excited to be joining Terminus Modern Ballet Theater this season and looks forward to being inspired by her fellow dancers and artistic directors.