Rachel Blevins-Boor began her pre-professional training at the Maple Conservatory of Dance, where she performed classical ballet works under the direction of Patrick Frantz and Charles Maple in Irvine, CA. In addition to her ballet training, Rachel danced for and led her high school's Dance Ensemble under the direction of Sheryl Sloate, for which she choreographed, facilitated, and performed in concerts, fundraisers, and rallies.
Rachel graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.F.A. in Dance from Point Park University under the direction of Garfield Lemonius. During her time at school, she performed works by distinguished choreographers like Kate Skarpetowska, Stephanie Martinez, and Kiesha Lalama. In addition to her extensive training at Point Park, Rachel has spent her summers with renowned companies such as Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, BODYTRAFFIC, Robert Moses' Kin, and Spectrum Dance Theater.
After graduation, Rachel moved to San Francisco to establish herself as a professional freelance artist. While living in the Bay Area, Rachel performed with Robert Moses' Kin at Yerba Buena Night in Downtown San Francisco and performed a full-length work by Peri Trono in residency at San Francisco SAFEHouse Arts. Most recently, Rachel moved to Dallas to dance for Zion Dance Project. In addition to rehearsing and performing with ZDP, Rachel has danced at the Texas State Fair and auditioned for the Dallas Opera. When Rachel's not dancing, you can find her teaching at Epicenter for the Arts under the direction of Michelle Brogan, educating at lululemon athletica, or volunteering for DFW Pug Rescue.