Elizabeth is a 2007 graduate of Greene County Tech High School and a 2010 honor graduate of Black River Technical College. She has an associate of arts degree in education. Elizabeth has worked as an instructor at both the Performing Arts Academy and Tabatha's Dance Company in Paragould, AR. Elizabeth is a certified member of the Southern Association of Dance Masters.
As a student for seven years at the Performing Arts Academy, Elizabeth was instructed by Heather Claude and Ray Lynn Green in ballet, pointe, lyrical, jazz, acrobatics, tap, and modern dance technique. She also attended summer workshops taught by master instructors, Kameron Walters, Ilka Doubek, Annie Day, Marcus Alford, and Leslie Jordan III.
In college, Elizabeth trained in tap at Arkansas State University and ballet at Belhaven University. Most recently she has received instruction at the Dance Masters of America Teachers Training School, the Southern Association of Dance Masters and at the MusicWorks Teacher Connection.
Elizabeth has won over seventy dance awards at regional and national dance competitions. She also won the title of Miss Teen Northeast Arkansas 2006, competing with a pointe solo she choreographed. As Miss Teen Northeast Arkansas, Elizabeth was an advocate for the performing arts visiting with the Civitan and Rotary Clubs as well as visiting with elementary school children teaching them dance basics.
Elizabeth was a member of the Mid-South Ballet Theatre for seven years where she danced in the annual presentation of the Nutcracker. She also danced in the Peter and the Wolf ballet accompanied by the Delta Symphony Orchestra in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
While in high school, Elizabeth choreographed many dance numbers for the school's musicals and received the departmental award in theater her senior year.
Elizabeth is a former Greene County Fine Arts Council (GCFAC) board member. She was the assistant choreographer for the GCFAC productions of Beauty and the Beast and Wizard of Oz. She was also the choreographer for the GCFAC production of Fiddler on the Roof.
Elizabeth's husband is Bryan Miller and they are both members of Bible Baptist Church in Paragould, AR. In September of 2017 the couple welcomed their first child David into the world.
Linda (Oliver) Davis is a 1974 Greene County Tech graduate. In her early years Linda worked as a bookkeeper/secretary for the Allis Chalmers Equipment Company, Paragould Housing Authority, and Rural Health all of Paragould.
Linda is uniquely qualified for her position at A Time to Dance having been a dance mom for many years. Her daughter, Elizabeth, is the owner/instructor of A Time to Dance. Linda serves the studio as a volunteer collecting monthly tuition. She also assists in other areas, helping out where needed.
Linda and her husband John are active members of Brown's Chapel Baptist Church. She is also the author of the book So Young, So Loved, So Missed which was written after the loss of Elizabeth's older sister Erica. The book can be found on the following websites.
Front Desk Manager
Catherine (Miller) Wood serves as the studio's receptionist.
She is a 1986 graduate of Greene County Tech.
She is a Paragould native and has worked in several capacities over the
years including Office Manager,
Restaurant Manager, Sales, and Manufacturing.
Catherine and her husband Tim live in Jonesboro and have two
children, Elijah and Caroline. They are
active members of Nettleton Baptist Church where Catherine serves as a Sunday
School teacher for 2 year olds. Her hobbies, aside from family, include
painting and spending time with her dogs.
A Time to Dance's Spring Recital "Home and Away", at the Collins Theater Saturday, May 11th 2019 at 7:00 pm the Collins Theater in Paragould. Tickets are $8 and will be available at the door
A Time to Dance presents "Noah's Ark" The Ballet, Saturday, July 27th at 2:00 and 7:00pm at the Collins Theater in Paragould.
Regular Office Hours
3:30-8:00pm Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
5360 Hwy 49 South
Paragould, AR 72450