Jacquelyne Jay Boe




Jacquelyne is Houston based professional dancer, choreographer, and educator interested in collaboration and experimentation.

A graduate of the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, she received a BFA from the University of Oklahoma, where she graduated as the Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts, Graduate of the Year. She is currently a company member of Erick Hawkins Dance, Frame Dance, and Hopestone Dance. Boe has also worked with organizations and individual artist such as Erin Reck, Houston Grand Opera, Open Dance Project, Noble Motion Dance, Sean Curran, Teresa Chapman, and Rob Ashford.

Boe is a critically acclaimed dance maker that has been creating original works since 2014. She was named Houston Press’ 100 Creatives and was a recipient of Dance Source Houston's Artist in Residence Program. Boe is a founding member of a choreographers collective; Perspective Exchange that brings cross country choreographers together for an annual live performance. Her choreography has been seen at The Cleo Parker Robinson Dance Performing Arts Complex, Evelyn Rubenstein Jewish Community Center, Flatland Gallery, SUGA Art Gallery, and MATCH Houston. She has recently received the honor of being a participant in the 2019-2020 Lawndale Studio Artist Program.

Jacquelyne teaches a wide range of technical levels and ages for organizations such as Frame Dance, The Hope Project and the Houston Ballet. Connect with Jacquelyne @jackiejayboe and jjboe.com



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Jacquelyne teaches a wide range

of technical levels and ages

Modern through Houston Ballet  

Fall Session: Now Registering Students

Pre-Professional Program: Houston Ballet Academy's Pre-Professional Program Level 4 – Level 7. Required to audition for acceptance. Click Here

Professional Program: The Professional Program is designed for students who meet the artistic expectations set forth by the Artistic Director, Stanton Welch AM and for those students interested in a professional career in ballet. Click Here

Creative Movement - Through the Hope Project 

Dance classes for children ages three to fifteen with an emphasis on alignment, flexibility, strength, spontaneity and musicality.This class teaches young dancers to find new and creative ways to express themselves through movement while building physical and mental skills.

Grace in Motion: adolescent and elderly 15-99 receive multigenerational creative movement class.

Browning Elementary: 7-8 years receive creative movement classes.

House of Tiny Treasures: children ages 18 months-6 years receive creative movement classes.

Smartie Pants Academy Center: children ages 2-15 years receive creative movement classes.

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