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Founder & Artistic Director

Elizabeth DeSeguirant holds a dual BA in Fine Arts/Theatre Arts and has enjoyed an exciting career acting, teaching, dancing, choreographing and producing in cities across the US, including NYC, Philadelphia, Chicago, Houston, Washington, DC and Tampa, FL.

 

Elizabeth began her stage career in Theater and has enjoyed roles such as Kristine (A Chorus Line), Lady Macbeth (Macbeth), Mrs. Gibbs (Our Town), Anita (West Side Story), Mother (Amahl and the Night Visitors), Belle (Beauty and the Beast), Cinderella (An Original Children's Production) and numerous supporting roles. 

 

Deciding to focus more intensely on dance, Elizabeth began her training with AtMarah Dance Theater in Philadelphia, PA.  Since then she has danced with numerous companies and residencies including Psophonia Dance Company (TX), Dancepath Theater (TX), Hope Stone's Hopewerks (TX), Amalgamate Dance Company (NYC), and Gin Dance Company (DC), as well as served as faculty member and choreographer for a number of schools and studios including YES Prep Southeast (TX), BalletNova Center for Dance (DC), Metropolitan School of the Arts (DC), Premier Dance Academy (FL) and St. Petersburg College (FL).

 

In addition to performing, Elizabeth served as assistant producer for Project Dance Times Square, Choreographer for the NYC equity production of Job and the Snake, Choreographer for YAGP finalists and semi-finalists, and guest choreographer for numerous musicals, recitals, solos and showcases including Youth Ensemble, Joy of Motion DC and PS61 in Brooklyn NY.

 

In 2015, Elizabeth started the project-based dance company Onelight which seeks to serve local artists, professionals, and audience members with work that will have a positive and lasting effect. To date, Onelight has raised and helped raise over $8,000 for organizations that serve their local communities with vital, life-changing services. Elizabeth also served as co-founder of Pinellas Dance Collective and BRIDGEfest, an organization and annual production that worked to connect dancers and professionals in the greater Tampa Bay area through teaching, class and performance opportunities.

 

Elizabeth and her family moved to Chattanooga in the Spring of 2020. She currently teaches at Chattanooga Ballet and Mountain Arts Community Center.  When not dancing Elizabeth loves being Mom to her little light, exploring Chattanooga with her husband and daughter and maintaining a small design company, Onelight Designs.  With the opinion that it's never too late to start dancing, Elizabeth hopes to continue sharing the love of movement through classes, performance opportunities, and workshops in the Chattanooga area for dancers, students and patrons alike.

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