Elizabeth Rodbell received her training from the Timothy M. Draper Center for Dance Education and graduated in three years from Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music BA in Dance program, with an outside field in Political Science. Ms. Rodbell received additional summer intensive training with full scholarships from The State Street Ballet, Chautauqua, Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet and Miami City Ballet. Additionally, she was offered a scholarship to train year round at the Harid Conservatory. While at Indiana University, she performed lead Merliton and Doll in The Nutcracker, and was a demi soloist in Balanchine’s Four Temperaments. With the Rochester City Ballet she performed as the Magical Doll and Arabian in The Nutcracker, a Noble Woman and a Ghost in Jamey Leverett’s The Blood Countess, Winter Fairy in Cinderella, soloist in Bravo! Colorado, 4Play, and LumaVoce, and corps de ballet roles in Carmen, Incantation, and George Balanchine’s Serenade. While training at the Draper Center, she regularly performed with the Rochester City Ballet in their productions of The Nutcracker, Carmen, Push & Pull and Peter and the Wolf.