Noelle Kayser (Atlanta, GA) began her dance training at the Decatur School of Ballet at a very young age. After joining the Atlanta Ballet's pre-professional program, she had the opportunity to perform alongside the company in classics such as Swan Lake and contemporary works such as Lauri Stalling's Big, a collaboration with Outkast's Andre 'Big Boi' Patton. Noelle continued her dance training after high school, spending one year at both SUNY Purchase and the Lou Conte Dance Center.
Noelle began her professional career in 2011 as an apprentice with Luna Negra Dance Theater under the direction of Gustavo Ramirez Sansano. During her apprenticeship, she performed the company's repertoire both nationally and internationally. Noelle returned to Atlanta in 2013 to join glo, a collaborative performance platform, founded by Lauri Stallings. Other Atlanta credits include, the Proia Dance Project, Gathering Wild, Scrap Theater Group's one woman play Leda, and Erik Thurmond's Ripple. In addition to her dancing, Noelle has narrated 16 audiobooks for Listen Up Productions/audible.com and appeared in industrials for Grey Television and Kitchenaid.
Since relocating to Chicago, Noelle has had the opportunity to assist Stephanie Martinez and Wilfredo Rivera for their creations on Cerqua Rivera Dance Theatre. Noelle joined Visceral Dance Chicago in July of 2015. Noelle would like to thank her friends and family for their continued love and support.