Michelle Elkin most recently choreographed a promo for the TV Land show Younger, as well as a piece for the NSO Pops Opening at Kennedy Center. She is currently in pre production for a new production of the musical Children Of Eden. She has also created musical numbers featuring Tony Award winner Sutton Foster, and special guest Joshua Henry for the National Symphony Orchestra at Kennedy Center, the New York Pops at Carnegie Hall and the Houston Symphony at Jones Hall.
Michelle has lent her choreographic talents to the hit ABC Family show Baby Daddy, a TNT pilot titled Dawn, directed by Sam Raimi, as well as a production of Little Shop Of Horrors in Tampa, FL.
Michelle’s choreography has also be seen in such projects as the feature films Wild Hogs, and What Just Happened, as well as Emmy award winning television shows, Boston Legal, Weeds, Lifetime’s reality show Your Mama Don’t Dance, Warren The Ape on MTV, Marvin on Nickelodeon, as well as the tap sequences in ABC Family's Bunheads.
Michelle made her professional debut at the age of 8 in the movie musical Annie. Since then, she continued to work in numerous film, television, commercial, and theater projects as a dancer and assistant choreographer such as Bunheads, Boston Legal, Joan Of Arcadia, Boston Public, Ally McBeal, Charmed, American Idol, the tv series Fame LA, 3rd Rock from the Sun, That 70’s Show, Tracey Takes On, The Country Bears, Batman and Robin, Austin Powers I-III, A Time For Dancing, and Elizabethtown. She was the Associate Choreographer for the films, Semi-Pro, Tropic Thunder, 10 Things I Hate About You, Cinderelmo, Looney Tunes: Back In Action, 13 Going on 30, Starsky and Hutch, TV series Viva Laughlin, Dancing With The Stars, the musical Sister Act at Pasadena Playhouse, as well as the 58th Emmy Awards with Conan O’ Brien, the 63rd Emmy Awards with Jane Lynch and 81st Academy Awards with Hugh Jackman.
Michelle was also the Associate Choreographer of the Broadway show Wonderland at the Marriott Marquis Theater. She is the current Faculty Member at The Performing Arts Center in Los Angeles and AMDA LA.