REBECCA MCLINDON, originally from Baton Rouge, LA, began her training with Donna Blanchard and Stacie Mellor Collins.
She went on to study dance at Marymount Manhattan College under direction of Katie Langan, where she performed with MMC’s Dance Company.
Honored to have had the opportunity worked alongside David Parsons, Edwaard Liang, Anthony Ferro & Geoffrey Doig-Marx on original choreographies, she ultimately graduated Magna Cum Laude, earning a BFA in Dance.
In 2010 Rebecca joined Michigan’s Eisenhower Dance Ensemble. While dancing with EDE, Ms. McLindon had the privilege of performing works by Laurie Eisenhower, Lar Lubovitch, Harrison McEldowney, Brock Clawson and Stephanie Pizzo, to name a few. She was also chosen to perform the principal dance role in Michigan Opera Theater’s production of “The Pearl Fishers” choreographed by John Malashock.
Rebecca has taught master classes and set choreography at many high schools and universities across the country, some of which include Hope College, Oakland Dance Theater and Western Illinois University. Prior to her time with Eisenhower, Rebecca danced with Giordano Dance Chicago II and apprenticed with River North Dance Chicago.
Currently Rebecca resides in Chicago and works with Chicago Repertory Ballet, LEVELdance, and Pursuit Productions.