Erin Nichole Boyt
Erin Nichole Boyt was born and raised in the small town of Neosho, Missouri. She headed West in 2007 after graduating with a BA in Theater from Drury University. Her informative years were spent running through the woods, climbing trees, and riding horses. As a child, she was incessantly spinning, twirling, and jumping off of things, earning her the nickname “Whirlygirl” and getting her kicked out of many ballet classes.
Determined to live up to her childhood nickname, Erin began Version Excursion in 2010. Since then, she has choreographed, performed, and produced at venues in the Seattle area including Raisbeck Hall, Velocity Dance Center, Erickson Theater, and Triple Door. She loves collaborating with musicians and working on film projects, such as The Navigator, which she choreographed and directed.
Erin is the recipient of a Raynier Foundation grant and the James Ray Residency.