Born in Dallas, Texas, Erin Langston Evans began her dance training at the age of three. After moving to Birmingham, Alabama, she continued her training at the Alabama Ballet School under the direction of Wes Chapman and Roger Van Fleteren and attended summer intensives at the American Ballet Theatre. She furthered her education at Butler University where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Dance Pedagogy. While at Butler, she studied with a talented faculty and performed roles in The Sleeping Beauty and Swan Lake, among others. Since joining the Louisville Ballet as a Trainee in 2011 and then as a Company Member in 2013, Erin has had the opportunity to perform a variety of roles including Marie in Val Caniparoli’s The Nutcracker, Sérénade in Serge Lifar’s Suite en Blanc, a Soloist in Paquita, and a Cygnet in Swan Lake. She has also been featured in George Balanchine’s Concerto Barocco and Theme and Variations, Adam Hougland’s Cold Virtues, and roles in all of the full-length ballets.