BETH GRIFFIN is a native Washingtonian currently performing with Agora Dance and Human Landscape Dance. She graduated from Towson University magna cum laude with a BFA in Dance Performance in 2013, and has since appeared on stages at Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, Dance Place, and The Kennedy Center's Millennium Stage, among others.
Most recently, she was featured in NW Dance Project's Pretty Creatives ('16, '17), performing the works of Luca Signoretti, Anton Rudakov, Alyssa Pires, and Alice Klock. Beth has been a rehearsal assistant to local choreographers Vincent Thomas and Runqiao Du. In spring 2018, she returned to Towson University to set Vincent Thomas's Occupy on the TU Dance Company, a piece she performed first as a student and again in full-length with VTDance over the course of three performance seasons.
Upcoming engagements include a Japanese tour with Human Landscape Dance and instructing dance workshops throughout the DC region. While not dancing, Beth serves on the production team of the Washington National Opera and walks dogs on Capitol Hill. Beth is thrilled to return to Agora Dance and perform in Olivia Sabee's new work!
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