Heather vonReichbauer is a choreographer, educator, and Artistic Director of Bones and Memory Dance. An avid reader, vonReichbauer is inspired by the written word and aims to weave literary and allegorical elements into a visual tapestry of movement and music, connecting the audience to the work on a physical and emotional level. Formerly an Artist in Residence with Dance Source Houston, she recently created a new evening length work, Madness, Memories, and Woe: A Fantastical Journey Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe which premiered in Houston this spring.
Her work has been presented at Barnstorm Dance Fest, Mind the Gap, 254 Dance- Fest, Houston Fringe Festival, Houston Choreographers x6, American Dance Festival’s Acts to Follow, NC Dance Alliance’s Annual Event, and Greensboro Fringe Festival. She has an avid interest in theater and has choreographed over 14 musicals including Rent, Legally Blonde, The King and I, Little Shop of Horrors, and Oklahoma!
Heather is an adjunct dance faculty member at Houston
Community College and previously taught at Rice University, Greensboro College, Catawba College, and The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Heather holds an MFA in Choreography from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro and a BA in Dance from Coker College.
In the fall of 2016, she began the Dance for PD Teacher Training Program through the Mark Morris Dance Group. vonReichbauer was an inaugural graduating member of the 2017 Artist Inc -Houston program, a professional 8- week workshop for artists. Heather frequently collaborates with her amazing musician husband, William vonReichbauer. She currently resides in Houston, TX with her husband and two very feisty cats.