Betsy Struxness is an Interdisciplinary Artist and WERQ Dance Fitness Master Trainer and Choreographer based in Los Angeles after 20 years in New York City. Her biggest honor to date has been bringing the smash hit musical Hamilton from the workshop to off-Broadway to Broadway as one of the original cast members.
Betsy Struxness is an Interdisciplinary Artist and WERQ Dance Fitness Master Trainer and Choreographer based in Los Angeles after 20 years in New York City. Betsy graduated with a BFA in Dance from The Juilliard School. She has gone on to all sorts of performing adventures from cruise ships to voiceovers, Broadway to TV, you name it. On Broadway, Betsy made her debut with Wicked, and then very quickly joined the cast of Memphis right before it won the Tony for Best New Musical. Her first originating experience was with Leap of Faith, to be joined in swift succession by Scandalous and then Matilda. Her biggest honor to date has been bringing the smash hit musical Hamilton from the workshop to off-Broadway to Broadway as one of the original cast members. Her performance background and extensive dance training makes her a powerhouse instructor who entertains while motivating and Betsy is sought after all over the country. Betsy uses her skills as a performer and creative artist, combined with her love for photography to create artistic and exciting content for the digital era. Check out Betsy’s Hamilton-inspired series, #StruxSelfie along with her dance series #PatioJams and most recently her work with drag queen Miss Evita Loca on YouTube. In collaboration with WERQ Dance Fitness Betsy has created fun and inspiring virtual dance fitness festivals for dance lovers of all ages and levels.
www.betsystruxness.com IG: @be_strux & @be_strux_photography
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