annalouise-paul-dance1 Annalouise has danced for Michael Jackson, Simply Red, Gipsy Kings, The Pogues, Los Angeles Opera, Glyndebourne Opera; for choreographers Bill T. Jones, Karole Armitage, Aletta Collins and Vincent Patterson and for directors Neil Jordan, Sir Peter Hall, Herb Ritts and Placido Domingo. As an emerging artist she performed on London’s independent dance scene in Spring Loaded Festival at The Place, Jump Now Festival at Chisenhale Dance Space and Dance Umbrella before moving to Los Angeles. Graduating from Laban Centre for Dance and Movement in London in 1987 Annalouise was immersed in Nikolais, Limon and Cunningham techniques, ballet and jazz. She studied the flamenco choreographies of maestros La Tati, Manolo Marin, Domingo Ortega under the tutorage of Clive Bain with regular intensive visits to Seville and Madrid. Commercial choreography includes feature film Whatever It Takes, short film The Interview (Venice International Film Festival), commercials for Uncle Tobys, Ericsson and assistant choreography on True Lies working with Arnold Schwarzenegger and director James Cameron on the ballroom tango scenes. Annalouise was invited to perform solo at the Australian Dance Awards 2005 with Ben Walsh on junk percussion at the Sydney Opera House. An unlikely mix of traditional dance and contemporary music lead to exciting collaborations with Sydney's best music and dance artists and the formation of Flamenco Red. Credits Dance Credits Choreography Annalouise Paul | Theatre of Rhythm and Dance join us on :