Elisabeth Scott Daley has been highly sought after by private clubs, restaurants and venues across the United States for her one-woman Broadway tribute show.
Guests in attendance at her shows are often heard laughing, sometimes seen with a tear in the corner of their eyes, and can frequently be found singing along to songs from the Great White Way that take them back to some of their favorite memories.
Elisabeth Daley is a native Virginian, but grew up in North Carolina. She studied Acting at The North Carolina School of the Arts, Dance and Choreography at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and Musical Theatre at Shenandoah University. She is a graduate of The Boston Conservatory of Music and holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre with an emphasis in Directing. A highly trained dancer in tap, jazz, ballet and numerous other styles, Liz was allowed to earn her “movement” requirements for her degree alongside the dance majors in their highest classes.
Elisabeth spent over 12 years in New York City as a professional singer, dancer and actress. She appeared in the daytime drama “As the World Turns” as well as the HBO hit “Sex and the City”. She was a principal singer onboard several cruise lines including, The Song of America, The Enchanted Seas and The Mississippi Queen. She enjoyed a six month run at Burt Reynold’s Jupiter Dinner Theatre in Florida and she appeared in Las Vegas at the Luxor Hotel in their critically acclaimed long-running production of the 60’s musical “Beehive”.
Elisabeth has toured the United States in such crowd-pleasing favorites as “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” and “Sleeping Beauty”. She appeared regionally in “42nd Street”, “Anything Goes”, “Gypsy”, “Kismet”, “Peter Pan”, “My Fair Lady”, “Annie Get Your Gun”, “The Sound of Music”, “Funny Girl”, “Me & My Girl”, “Pippin”, “A Chorus Line”, “Barnum”, “Pinnochio” and “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”. In New York City she originated the role of Ed in the musical revue “Primetime” premiering at Musical Theatre Works with musical arrangements by Andrew Gerle, directed by Drew Geraci and produced by Ken Davenport.
Elisabeth has spent a great deal of time in recording studios in Texas and New York City providing “sweetener” back-ground tracks for live theatre productions and lead vocal tracks for corporate industrials. She also starred in over 10 music videos produced in Nashville now appearing in Japan.
Behind the scenes, Elisabeth has produced and directed productions of “The Fantasticks” and “Minnesota Moon” in Boston as well as Stephen Schwartz’s musical “The Baker’s Wife” in Texas. She has also served as stage manager on numerous productions across the country.
Elisabeth’s extensive work as an actress has taken her to Paris, London, Venice, Lucerne, and Frankfurt as well as countless other cities across the United States and abroad.