Actor/Director/Choreographer/Private Dance Coach
Eboni Bell is a graduate of Sam Houston State University, and holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts, with an emphasis in Acting and Directing. She is a Co-Founder and President of the Board of Iconotheatrix. Eboni directed and choreographed Iconotheatrix’ first full production RENT: School Edition in March of 2015 She also directed and choreographed the ITX production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (BroadwayWorld Nominations- Best Musical and Best Direction). In addition to RENT, Eboni has directed Next to Normal (Applause Theatre Company), The Credeaux Canvas (Sam Houston State University), and Freedom Train (Express Children’s Theatre). Eboni is also an experienced choreographer with credits including Hairspray, Annie, and Next to Normal with Applause Theatre Company. You have seen her choreography on the ITX stage in Carrie: The Musical (BroadwayWorld nomination- Best Choreography) and Heathers The Musical.
You have seen her most recently on Houston stages in Standing Room Only’s production of American Idiot and in Seussical the Musical (Sour Kangaroo) directed by Kevin Cahoon. On the Sam Houston stage, Eboni has appeared in The Full Monty choreographed by Greg Graham and as Kyra in Bare: A Pop Opera, choreographed by the late Jonathan Charles Smith. Eboni’s other stage credits include Alice's Daughter in Big River, a Dynamite in Hairspray, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels with the Crighton Players, Polish Joke (Rachel and Porsche), I Am Not Rappaport (Laurie), and The Laramie Project (Zubaida Ula).
Eboni is currently the Event and Venue Manager for Stages Repertory Theatre, one of the leading professional theatres here in Houston, where she also serves as acting house manager.
Moreover, Eboni has an extensive background in childcare and education. She works as an outreach acting coach, director, and choreographer for Theatre Under the Stars. Eboni teaches private dance, acting, and audition prep with students securing roles in TUTS mainstage shows and gaining admission into the Humphrey School.