Rebekah Stevens Gibbs grew up in Austin, Texas and received her BFA in Musical Theater from the University of Northern Colorado. She has been working regionally in Houston since 2010 and recent credits include, Alley Theatre: Elephant Man, Death of a Salesman (Letta), Ether Dome (world premiere), The Seagull, A Christmas Carol. Stages Rep: Next to Normal (Natalie, regional premiere), Life Could be a Dream (Lois). Theatre LaB Houston: Reasons to be Pretty (Carly), The Little Dog Laughed (Ellen). Horse Head Theatre: Essential Self Defense. As a teaching artist she has taught around town at TUTS, HITS, and has been at Wildfish since the fall of 2013. She is currently an ensemble member with Progress Theatre, which is a Houston-based, nationally and internationally touring company that is committed to using theatre as anti-racism engagement to encourage social consciousness, cross-community dialogue and cultural awareness.