Erica Lloyd is an entertainer currently working in the Orlando, Florida area. She is a full time performer at Walt Disney World specializing in parades and shows. Erica loves to dance, act, and interact with guests there in all four Florida Disney theme parks. In August of 2015, Erica moved from to Florida from the Denver area, but still hopes to return to the Rocky Mountains someday. Erica has three years of college under her belt at Metropolitan State University of Denver where she majored in broadcast performance. She helped broadcast live weekly on the student-run Met Report and also worked as the news producer for the program. She won a college Emmy for her work as a news anchor on the Met Report from 2013 to 2014. Erica’s minor studies at MSU Denver focused on theater. Her most recent professional theater credits in the Mile High include Zaneeta Shinn in Town Hall’s The Music Man and a secretary in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Town Hall Arts Center.) Favorite roles include Liesl in The Sound of Music (Town Hall Arts Center,) Jean in Brigadoon (Town Hall Arts Center,) and a Rockette dancer in Home for the Holidays (Lone Tree Arts Center.) Other credits include an Indian dancer in Peter Pan (PACE Center,) Liesl in The Sound of Music (Performance Now Theater Company,) Ensemble in The Wizard of Oz (Town Hall Arts Center,) and a Teen Dancer in the Henry-award-winning The Music Man (Performance Now Theater Company.) Erica also starred in the two independent films In Over My Head and Seventy Times Seven. She is a national award winning speech communicator, and she specializes in character impressions and impersonations. She has worked as an acting teacher, dance instructor, director, music director, and choreographer for children’s theater companies in Denver. She most recently choreographed the productions The Music Man, Junior, Aladdin Junior, and Footloose. She is dance teacher and choreographer at studios in the Denver area, and has 16 years of tap, ballet, jazz, and lyrical lessons under her belt. In the future, Erica would like to continue her work in the broadcasting field where she can utilize her performance, interaction, writing, and communication skills together.