Rachel Cain

Rachel Cain made the move to Kansas City in 2006 from Michigan, where she earned her Master of Fine Arts degree in performance. She was a transplant to Michigan, however, from her home in Cape Girardeau, MO., where she also earned BX degree in Speech and Theatre Education from Southeast Missouri State University. Since making the move to Kansas City, she has been lucky enough to perform and teach for many area theaters including Kansas City Repertory Theatre, The Coterie, Unicorn Theatre, and the Heart of America Shakespeare Festival. She also spent two years as an instructor at Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas, where she had the opportunity to create such courses as Period Styles and Voice and Movement while directing productions and spearheading original productions. Rachel was thrilled to join the Pembroke Hill community in 2010. She teaches performing arts courses (Theatre Arts, Acting, Advanced Scene Study, Repertory Theatre, and Elements of Theatrical Design) in the upper school. She also directs the fall play, spring musical, and serves as faculty sponsor for the Pembroke Hill International Thespian Society troupe.