Episode 93: Courtney Elizabeth

In her seven years with the Company before she became a soloist, Courtney Elizabeth danced many soloist and principal roles. She discusses her transition from a San Francisco Ballet School student watching performances in standing room, to a corps de ballet dancer who danced in every performance in 2010, to her promotion to soloist in 2011. In discussing the 2012 Repertory Season, she relates her experiences in working on Onegin, Trio, Symphonic Dances, Glass Pieces, and Raymonda. Also touched on are her bachelor’s degree from St. Mary’s LEAP program; what it’s like to work with her husband, fellow dancer Matthew Stewart; and her volunteer efforts for Children of Uganda.

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