Theatre Of Rhythm And Dance is Annalouise's company for intercultural dance theatre performance. Her commercial and theatre experience combined has cultivated a unique vision and diverse processes to realise new works that are thought-provoking and accessible. Annalouise collaborates with some of Australia's finest dance, music and theatre practitioners from flamenco, Indian, Aboriginal, Jewish, Polynesian, Cuban, African, Arabic, Anglo-Celtic, Greek ancestries. Theatre of Rhythm and Dance is committed to pushing boundaries of tradition whilst maintaining a deep respect for cultural protocols. Conversations in Rhythm + Dance is a trilogy that explores Australia's shifting identity and cultural transformation. Isabel successfully premiered in 2008 at Riverside Theatres Parramatta, Game On in 2011 at Sydney Opera House and Mother Tongue is in development in 2012. Other recent works include Sevillanas, Demokratia, Caught and If The Shoe Fits a dance film. Earlier works include Yourbloodyfather, Greenwich Arts Festival 1989, These Small Hands two works commissioned for London Contemporary Music Festival 1990 and Poet in New York and La Corrida based on the poetry of Federico
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