Elizabeth St. Germain began her ballet training at the New England School of Dance, where she studied the Royal Academy of Dance Syllabus under the direction of Susan Smith. Post high school Elizabeth attended St. Anselm College and graduated with a BA in liberal Arts. While at St. Anselm Elizabeth joined the Abby Players and performed leading roles in Company, Fiddler on the Roof, Into the Woods, and Grease. Following college Elizabeth earned her MA in history at the University of New Hampshire. She then became a history teacher at Londonderry High School in NH. While at LHS she was able to apply her theater and dance experience to the role of Drama Club Assistant Director and Chorographer, which she held for seven years. Currently Elizabeth teaches ballet and pointe on a substitute basis throughout dance schools in New Hampshire and Massachusetts. She continues to train at Dimensions in Dance as well as at The Boston Ballet School in the adult program. Elizabeth has been a company dancer with Ballet Misha since its inception in 2008. She has performed corps, soloist and lead roles throughout her tenure. Elizabeth has performed as “Queen Meroud” in Ballet Misha’s The Wild Swans, as “Queen Hippolyta” in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, as Hot Chocolate, Marzipan, Waltz of the Snowflakes, and Rosebud soloist in The Nutcracker, as well as in many other roles.