Rachael Singer has more than 20 years of performing arts experience both onstage and behind the scenes. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Rachael started dancing at the age of three studying ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical and modern, and discovered her love of theatre (especially musical theatre!) in high school. She graduated cum laude from American University with a degree in theatre, business and education and a minor in dance.
Rachael is a teaching artist, dancer, choreographer, and director. Her most recent work with the Portland theatre community includes choreography for Berk Production’s From the Ruby Lounge, Crave Theatre’s Crossing and Red, and direction and choreography for Multnomah Arts Center’s Fiddler on the Roof, JR and Singin’ in the Rain, JR. She is co-directing Crave’s upcoming production of Bad World.
Administratively, she specializes in marketing, communications, and patron experience, and is currently the Marketing Director for Northwest Children’s Theater and School.