Elisabetta Spuria is originally from Italy, where she grew up and started her professional career as a dancer/choreographer. Since she moved to New York City she has been working with such artists as Mariah Carey (“Charmbracelet World Tour”) and Michael Bolton (“Only A Woman Like You! Tour”) as both associate choreographer and assistant director. She has been assistant choreographer, dance captain and performer in numerous theater productions: Footloose, Nights on Broadway III, the operas Carmen, Candide and Aida to name a few. Elisabetta has had the pleasure to work and collaborate with many directors and choreographers like Josh Bergasse, AC Ciulla, Andy Sandberg, Andrew Goldberg, Michele Assaf, etc. This has given her the opportunity to enrich her skills and become a versatile performer and choreographer, allowing her to work in all different areas of the entertainment industry, from hip and edgy industrials to the most classic of all musicals. Elisabetta was the choreographer of the regional premiere of Spring Awakening (ReVision Theatre/TheatreC), Hedwig and the Angry Inch (LIVE Asbury Park), Hair directed by Andrew Goldberg, Chicago at the Michael D. Palm Theatre (Co), The Who’s Tommy directed by Carlos Armesto, Tess A New Rock Opera (NYMF), disOriented, a play by Kyoung H. Park, (Peter Jay Sharp Theatre), the Off Broadway play Zelda at the Oasis, Standby (NYMF), Madame Infamy (NYMF), Billy Lewis Jr.’s Jealousy (music video). More credits include numerous events in and outside New York City, and she was associate choreographer for the PBS children show The Electric Company and for ABC’s 2010 One Life To Live musical episodes. In addition to that Elisabetta travels extensively to teach master classes and workshops throughout North America and across the globe. She has also been a guest teacher at! Broadway Dance Center and at Steps on Broadway in NYC.