Kevin Freeman

Kevin grew up in Midland, Texas and began his dance training with Gabrielle Parkey. He graduated from West Texas A&M with a bachelor’s degree in dance under the direction of Neil Hess. He then went to TCU on a full ride to pursue his masters in choreography. While at TCU he taught classes and focused on his true love, choreography. He has had the opportunity to work with many world renowned choreographers including: Fernando Bujones, Mr. & Mrs. Neil Hess, Li-Chou Cheng, Alexia Hess, Lisa Hess, Kay Brayden, Alan Senor, Rob Davidson, Christine Hay, Ann Etgen, Bill Atkinson, Nancy Gore, Lisa Gore, Fernando Shafenburg, and Mary Milstead. His professional career spans a 20-year period. He danced for Bruce Wood’s Dance Company, Ballet Concerto, Midland Festival Ballet, Abilene Ballet Theatre, Chamberlain Ballet, Fiesta Texas, Lone Star Ballet, Amarillo Opera, Lewisville Ballet, Corpus Christie Ballet, Dallas Ballet Center, and Dallas Metropolitan Ballet. His choreography has won many awards and recently Ballet Abilene was awarded the Stream Award for the entire Southwest Region for performing his work, Bolero. He is currently on staff at Ballet Abilene as a ballet master and choreographer. His other love is gymnastics and he is nationally ranked as a women’s official. He travels around the country judging age group and college gymnastics. For the last couple of years he has had the honor of judging Division I Nationals.