Elisabeth Evans is an actor, singer, and musician currently living in New York City!
Elisabeth was born and raised in Ohio. As a fourth-generation violinist, she started violin lessons at the age of five and often sang and danced with her three sisters in talent shows and concerts. She also participated in local theatre, danced in “The Nutcracker” and played violin in the Cleveland Orchestra Youth Orchestra. She studied violin at the Cleveland Institute of Music and performed with The Cleveland Teen Trio. She also ran track and played field hockey. She spent her summers studying theatre and music at Interlochen Arts Camp, Baldwin Wallace University and Brigham Young University. Her last two years of high school were spent in Tokyo, Japan with her family.
Elisabeth was thrilled to earn her B.F.A. in Musical Theatre at the University of Michigan, where she had the opportunity to work with and learn from a variety of talented faculty members and guest artists. Elisabeth balanced academics, university productions, singing with the a cappella group “Amazin’ Blue” and producing “The Girly Show” concert. She graduated with highest honors in May 2013.
Since moving to New York, Elisabeth has continued to develop her craft performing on Broadway, concerts, cabarets, internet sketches, and films. She made her Broadway debut in "Once the Musical" at the Jacobs Theatre on October 22, 2013. Following her time in "Once the Musical," she hit the road with the 1st National Tour of "The Sound of Music" directed by Jack O'Brien. Look out for her cameo as the young Diane Keaton character (Young Charlotte) in the CBS feature film, "Love The Coopers"!