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Libby Lloyd



Libby was born and raised in Kaysville, Utah, as the youngest of five kids. Growing up her home was full of two things, sports and music. She played a variety of sports, excelling in soccer, volleyball, track and field, and even placed 3rd in the state high school 100m hurdles. Libby made her star debut as the Mayor of Munchkin City in Kaysville’s production of The Wizard of Oz. Although she was always dancing around the house, it wasn’t until her teens that Libby found her true love of dance. She enjoyed countless hours training in ballet, jazz, hip hop, contemporary, tap, and modern at her local studio, while also assisting at Tremaine Dance Conventions across the nation. 

Libby spent two years dancing with the national champion Cougarette Dance Team at Brigham Young University winning three national titles, two in the Open Dance category and one in Hip Hop. At the end of her sophomore year she honed her technique at the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance, before returning to BYU to complete her BFA in their Music Dance Theatre Program.

Favorite credits include: Dorcas in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Music Theatre Wichita), Virtue in Anything Goes (Pacific Coast Repertory Theatre), Marsha in Hairspray (Music Theatre Wichita), Cinderella in Into the Woods (Palo Alto Players), u/s Ella in Cinderella (Tuacahn), u/s Millie in Thoroughly Modern Millie (Music Theatre Wichita), Tuacahn’s The Prince of Egypt, and Big Kid/Couple 3 in Tuacahn Center for the Arts’ regional premiere of Matilda.

Libby is dedicated to learning, giving, and creating through performance. She also loves traveling, reading (while wearing fuzzy socks), choreographing, and playing with her thoroughly modern cat, Millie! But she mostly loves Dallas; her husband, adventure buddy and soul mate. Libby is thrilled to be a part of the Bloc family and is ready to “do it big do it right and do it with style!” -Fred Astaire