As the founder of Bluebird Uncaged, Rebekah’s passion is to bring hope and dignity through dance. From sitting mesmerized by the Nutcracker as a toddler to training at the Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education, she has experienced the joy of using dance to communicate. As a teacher, Rebekah seeks to instill the life skills of confidence and excellence in the next generation.
Rebekah dances professionally with Ballet Southeast and is a guest artist for several area companies. Some of her favorite roles include Swanhilda in Coppelia and the Faun Couple in Alexandre Proia’s Four Seasons. Her choreographic credits include, Victoria Canal’s City Shoes music video and a short film, White Umbrella, which tells the story of a trafficking survivor from bondage to redemption, as well as the annual stage production of Sterling’s Path, a multimedia fairytale of hope. Rebekah loves using dance to serve internationally and has travelled to countries such as Panama and Cuba to perform and conduct workshops.
A lifelong learner, Rebekah holds a BA in Communications from Thomas Edison State University and is working on a Certificate in Theological Studies through the Passion Global Institute. When she's not in the studio, you might find her dreaming up a new Bluebird project, spending time with her family, reading, or winding down with hand-embroidery.