Rebekah Chappell

Teaching Artist

Rebekah Chappell is a teaching artist, performer, and dance maker from Williamsburg, Virginia. She holds an MFA in Dance from The University of Iowa and BFA in Dance from Shenandoah University. She has taught in studios, community programs, public and private schools, and universities across the country. In higher education, she has served as Adjunct Lecturer at SUNY Brockport, Visiting Assistant Professor and Assistant MFA Director at Hollins University, Instructor of Record at The University of Iowa, and as Adjunct Faculty at San Jacinto College South. Rebekah has had an extensive performance career as a solo and ensemble artist. Her creative work has most recently been presented at Houston Fringe Festival, Small Plates Choreography Festival, Greensboro Fringe Festival, InHale / ExHale Performance Series, and Charlotte Dance Festival. She is an Alexander Technique Teacher and her research explores the relationship between identity and embodiment. Learn more at

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