Elizabeth Fittro is a founding company dancer and member of the Development Committee for The Rosin Box Project. After graduating from Indiana University's Jacob's School of Music, Elizabeth joined Nashville Ballet for a season of Main Stage and community outreach performances. Elizabeth performed with the Ballet Theatre of Maryland in Annapolis for five seasons, where she was featured as a soloist in Antony Tudor’s Continuo; the Emerald Fairy in The Sleeping Beauty; and Clara in The Nutcracker. Elizabeth made her debut with City Ballet of San Diego in 2017 as the female lead in Elizabeth Wistrich’s Samuel Barber Adagio. She performed principal and soloist roles in the company’s productions of Serenade, The Nutcracker, Carmina Burana, Swan Lake, and Balanchine's Who Cares?. Elizabeth is a featured guest artist with Ballet Collective SD, a fledgling contemporary ballet company with annual summer performances. Since joining San Diego Opera as a full-time Development Associate in 2021, Elizabeth has assisted with the company's fundraising efforts through community-based performance initiatives and developing a membership program for young arts lovers.
Elizabeth Fittro was a founding artist with The Rosin Box Project.