Annalouise Paul is an independent choreographer, dancer and actor. She trained at the Laban Centre, London, in contemporary dance and with flamenco maestros in Spain.
For nearly thirty years, she has created intercultural dance theatre that explores identity and transformation, challenges the boundaries of contemporary and traditional dance expression, and uses live music.
Her research and works have been supported through Australia Council, Arts NSW, DFAT, Critical Path, Bundanon Trust and Greater London Arts.
Her company Theatre of Rhythm and Dance (TRD) was established to present Australian intercultural arts performance and TRD won the 2013 Australian Arts In Asia Award (Dance) and NSW Premier’s Export Scholarship for its inaugural international tours in India.
In 2015 Annalouise began a new collaboration with Maya Dance Theatre in Singapore and was invited to co-curate ‘Speak Local’ for Critical Path and guest edit for CRITICAL DIALOGUES online magazine.
She gave Performative Presentations on Mother Tongue and choreographic research DANCE DNA at World Dance Alliance Conferences in France 2014 and Singapore 2015.