Elizabeth Daniels Nicholson is an actor, writer, singer, dancer, and puppeteer who has performed across the country and the globe in Off-Broadway, regional and touring productions of many genres. She is a graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, CAP21 program.
Elizabeth envisions a world where people of every skin color, gender identity, body type and background can see themselves represented onstage and onscreen in all of their truthful, complex glory. As Billie Jean King said, "You have to see it to be it." We're living in a time where this is starting to happen more, but we still have a long way to go. She endeavors to be a strong ally for those voices that have traditionally been given less power than hers, and to be her own advocate when it comes participating in and promoting the type of work she wants to see. She is honored and blessed to be able to share her love of song with the senior community and dedicates every SFYS session to her grandparents, Art and Rose, who both recently turned 98!
Golden Age of Broadway, Standards
"Someone to Watch Over Me"