Noelle Billings


Noelle Billings received her BFA in Dance Performance and Choreography in May 2018 from the University of Southern Mississippi where she was fortunate to study under artists such as Stacy Reischman Fletcher, Kelly Ferris Lester, Elizabeth Lentz-Hill, and Rebecca McArthur, among others. After joining the Repertory Dance Company her freshman year, Noelle went on to perform and choreograph for over twenty different student, faculty, and guest artist works; one of these being a re-staging of Chicago’s RE|Dance Group’s “It’s About Love Again This Year.” One piece of Noelle’s choreography for the Repertory Dance Company, “We Begin To Build Something Else,” was selected to perform at the American College Dance Association Festival’s Gala Concert and went on to be selected as second alternate to the National American Dance Association Concert. Her senior thesis, “Half Empty/Half Full,” a study in dance, film, and audience perception, was presented at the University of Southern Mississippi Undergraduate Research Symposium. In addition to performing and choreographing, Noelle has been teaching dance since she was fifteen, and is currently teaching at Dance Empower in Georgetown.

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