Elisa Schreiber is an international performer and teacher. While attending Duke University, Elisa studied under the direction of Clay Taliaferro. Since graduating, Elisa has performed solo works by Kathryn Alter, Anna Sokolow, Doris Humphrey, and Jose Limón.
Elisa was a guest artist with the Limon Dance Company from 2011-2015, and has worked with Dance Heginbotham, Dance by Alan Danielson, Kathryn Alter and Dancers, MeenMoves, Shadowbox Theater, Banana Peel Dance Company, and Maria Sessa and Dancers. Currently, Elisa works with the Swiss-based Compagnie Anne-Sophie Fenner, Sue Bernhard Danceworks, The Sokolow Theatre/Dance Ensemble, and 277 Dance Project.
Elisa teaches contemporary and Limon to students of all ages and abilities, and has taught at the Peridance children's program, New York Theater Ballet School, Spoke the Hub, Dance Heginbotham, Duke University, the Peridance Capezio Center, and has been faculty with Marymount Manhattan College. Currently, Elisa is faculty with the Limón Institute, including Limón4Kids.