Board of Directors
Andrea Rabinovitch, an active member of the Edmonton arts scene before moving to Salt Spring Island in 2003 and then Vancouver in 2008, has made her living in theatre and dance as an educator, choreographer, writer, performer, publicist and administrator for close to forty years. Having taught at five post-secondary institutions including UBC Theatre and Film and Studio 58 Langara College; created/ ran over three dance companies/schools (Mile Zero Dance, Dance Alberta, Stagecoach School Dance Division on SSI), choreographed over 20 musicals; and taught at studios and independently to students aged three to sixty three; Andrea’s passion for theatre and dance is boundless. A graduate of the Grant MacEwan College Dance program, she was a member of the original Brian Webb Dance Company and has studied ballet, jazz, modern, hip hop, African all over the world. She has been an arts reporter for The Gateway, Vue Magazine, See Magazine, and The Edmonton Journal, in Edmonton, Alberta, she has written for Aqua Magazine, Driftwood Publishing,Vancouver Observer, and The Dance Current while on the west coast. She has written grants and tour managed for the Historical Performance Society, managed MascallDance and presently, she is very happy at UBC Theatre and Film as Marketing and Communications Coordinator, while teaching her hip hop friends on Wednesday nights. Also President of the Board of Dancing on the Edge, she is enthused to be working with Heather Lamoureux as president of Vines Art Festival.