Rachel Leigh Dolan is a choreographer, director, and educator based in New York City. She is passionate about creating movement, telling stories, and making space for dancers and artists to express themselves. A lifelong educator, she is dedicated to sharing dance with students from novice to professional. Rachel aims to further the discussion around dismantling racism and biases in the performing arts industry and fostering the next generation of social disrupters. She is a two-time Helen Hayes Award Winning Choreographer whose credits span TV/Film, Immersive Theatre, Regional Stages, and Times Square in New York City.
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Choreographers Making Moves: a new mini-series highlighting female choreographers who are making a difference and making a name for themselves in the business.