‘Singlish’ Dancer Auditions 31 Jan 2017 & Open Exchange 1 Feb 2017

Seeking two dancers in Singapore for my newest dance-theatre work ‘Singlish’ and we are also holding an open cartier bracelet prices uk
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(1) Singapore Audition for Contemporary and Traditional Dancers

(2) Open Exchange for Dancers of All Forms

Theatre of Rhythm and Dance (Australia) is seeking two professional female or male dancers – a Contemporary dancer and a Traditional Indian dancer for a new dance-theatre work, SINGLISH by Australian choreographer, Annalouise Paul.

This new Australia-Singapore collaboration, ‘Singlish’ (working title) explores identities in transition through loss and erosion of languages and literature, which shape culture and identities. Using phonetics of local languages and creoles, rich choreographic scores will be drawn from grassroots writings, popular fiction and literature and dance as an unspoken language that can transcend literal meaning.

Essential: Strong technique and professional performance experience. Dancers need to be willing to explore new processes through task-based work, improvisation and work with spoken text. Basic use of a language other than English for both dancers is preferred. Traditional Indian dance form may be any style, e.g. BN, Kathak, Odissi etc.

  • Tuesday 31 January, 10.00am – 1.00pm. Audition for Contemporary and Traditional Indian dancers. Singaporean or PR.

Dancers are expected to attend the Open Exchange, the following day as part of your audition. Please advise if this is not possible.

  • Wednesday 1 February, 10.00am – 1.00pm. Open Exchange. This cartier replica will be an open session for dancers of any form, style or nationality to participate in a movement-based exchange with Annalouise, exploring the themes in the work using text and language.  Open to emerging artists, artists with a disability, actors with an interest in movement. All are welcome.

Venue: Singapore Repertory Theatre, Rehearsal Studio 2. Address: 25 Tai Seng Avenue, Level 2, Singapore 534104

Important note: Once selected from the Singapore audition, both dancers should be ready to start work the following week on Monday 6 February.

  • Stage 1: 6-17 February 2017. Mon-Fri, 9.00am – 5.00pm. Studio: SRT Rehearsal Studios.
  • Stage 2: Sept 2017. Malaysia: Rimbun cartier bracelet of anastasia steele quotes
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  • Stage 3: Performance season March 2018 Sydney. Further dates and cities discount cartier bracelet TBC.

Contract period: ‘Singlish’ is being developed over various stages throughout 2017-2018. There are two contracts:

  • The Contemporary dancer must be available for ALL Stages.
  • The Traditional Indian dancer is required for Stage 1 only.

Fees: Artists will be paid a project fee and offered flights, per diems cartier love bangle and accommodation for the international contracted periods.


Please register your interest for Dancers’ Audition by email by 23 January 2017 by sending the following; Watch movie online The Transporter Refueled (2015)

  • A bio or CV
  • A headshot
  • 2-3 links of you dancing www.callingallcakes.org or performing live. No promo show reels. Links only (Youtube, Vimeo etc). Please do not send media files (mov, for eg). N.B. If you do not have any links, please mention this in the email.
  • Following your registration we will contact you with more information about the audition.

Please register your interest for Open Exchange by email by 23 January 2017 by sending the following;

  • Your name, contact details and a short callingallcakes.org statement on how this might be valuable or of interest for you to participate.

Email: annalouisetania@gmail.com

For more information, contact Tania Goh via email or mobile (+65. 973 777 03)

About Theatre of Rhythm and Dance

Theatre of Rhythm and Dance is an Australian Arts in Asia Award winner 2013 and NSW Premier’s Export Scholarship winner 2013. Annalouise’s choreographic work explores identity and transformation through the intersection of traditional and contemporary forms. All artists will be credited as collaborators in this new work.

Co-produced by SaltShaker Arts Management (Singapore) and Theatre of Rhythm and Dance (Australia).

‘Singlish’ is supported through National Arts Council Singapore, Rimbun Dahan (Malaysia) and Parramasala Festival (Australia).


Blue Mountains Flamenco Open Studio Sharing 3rd Dec 2016


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‘FORGE’ premiere May 2016

FORGE is a metaphor for the human soul that is beaten and shaped through life. Reckoning with self, creating new place, forging new form, torquing the vertical spine, disarming the meter, claiming bracelet replica cartier rite of passage toward self-sovereignty. Many years ago, I sat at the wall in the garden of the Alcazar in Seville and cried, no idea why. I recently learnt this wall was part of the Juderia, the ghetto of the Sephardi peoples sent away some 600 years before. They fled to Arabia and further to India to where I now know my ancestries lie. FORGE reveals fragments of memory, my life with flamenco, love of Lorca, the pentagram, seguriyas rhythm and Guernica. Outside the wall I build a new city.

Spoken and sung text: There is no safe life when freedom is lost. Antonio Enriquez Gomez, Spanish cartier bracelets Jewish dramatist, poet.(1600). Cielo Vivo (extracts) Federico Garcia Lorca. Puncha La Rosa Sephardi folk song.

5 MIN VIDEO callingallcakes.org of FORGE https://vimeo.com/167880857

Forge-158 Photos by Heidrun Lohr


FORGE Creative replica cartier love bracelets Team

Choreography, Concept and Performance Annalouise Paul

Composer, Pianist, Sound Design Marianthe Loucataris

Vocalist Helen Rivero

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Lighting Designer Roderick Van Gelder

Producer Anne-Louise Rentell

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Premiered 5-7 May 2016.  Presented by FORM cartier bracelet prices uk
DANCE Projects at Riverside Theatres Parramatta. MATCH funding partner Creative Partnerships Australia.

Super special thanks to Juan Carlos Lerida for his wonderfully insightful Flamenco consultancy as an outside eye in Seville, the gorgeous Geraldine Balcazar for her additional rehearsal support in my 11th hour, to Sally Hillier and Alana Canceri for the costume construction of such an amazing design and no less to Kay Armstrong and Sebastian Marquis, Chilled www.callingallcakes.org Piping for untold amounts of free rehearsal space and Leland Keane, Merrigong Theatre Co. for free rehearsal space during the conceptual stage with Amanda Handel.

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Dance Informa interview with Annalouise Paul and Pepa Molina: http://danceinforma.com.au/articles/flamenco-works-premiering-at-riverside/

Arts Hub: http://performing.artshub.com.au/news-article/reviews/performing-arts/lynne-lancaster/forge-and-bush-bailando-251232

Sydney Morning Herald: http://www.smh.com.au/entertainment/dance/bush-bailando-and-forge-review-double-bill-of-flamenco-works-proves-engaging-20160506-gonxjq.html

Sydney Scoop: http://sydneyscoop.com/arts-entertainment-features/contemporary-flamenco-riverside-theatre/

Vicki Van Hout for FORM Dance Projects: http://form.org.au/2016/05/she-stood-still/

Writer Sarah Menary posted this beautiful response to the work on her own blog: https://samenary.com/2016/05/16/writing-inspired-by-performance/

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DanceLife Australia Review ‘A Hot Topic’

Mother Tongue Review

Published on 17th Sep, 2014 | Article by: amandawoodbine

Mother Tongue Review

Last night I had the pleasure of going to see Theatre of Rhythm and Dance’s most recent production Mother Tongue.Mother Tongue is an innovative multimedia dance-music work and built within a framework that explores the diversity of culture and language – of physical cultural movement and sonic rhythmic languages. Cultures represented were Torres Straight Islands, India, Polynesia, Ghana and Java with flamenco. It also explored contemporary dance as well as body percussion – which provided some of my favourite parts of the piece. It focuses on the shared and separated spaces within this world and brings to light the similarities and differences of human beings – their cultures, arts forms, and ‘mother tongues’.

A special mention needs to go to Annalouise Paul, who provided the choreography, concept and direction. She has been working on Mother Tongue for seven years now and it shows in the shows finished product. It constantly made the audience question how we relate to other cultures, a topic that is quite hot within Australia as I write this review.

Annalouise Paul’s work was certainly helped by the brilliant performers. The cast was exquisite and included: Andrea Adidi, Geraldine Balcazar, Aletta Fauzi, Patrick ‘Lucky’ Lartey, Gregory Lorenzutti, Govind Pillai Original music by Tim Foley and Greg Sheehan Lighting: Toby Knyvett Costume: Tobhiyah Feller Art: Saranjit Birdi.

Each member performed with passion and commitment and moved their bodies in a way that exemplified the culture they were representing.The parts of the piece that I enjoyed the most is when the performers would use their bodies to assist the music; whether it be body percussion or their voices. This, in conjunction with smart lighting designs that interconnected the artists during the piece, kept bringing the audience back to the notion of everyone being connected even though sometimes we are separated by cultural and language barriers. Original music by Greg Sheehan and responsive light design by Toby Knyvett were apart of this process and truly helped to bring the piece together as a whole.

While you may not be able to see Mother Tongue before it closes, I seriously suggest that you remember “Theatre of Rhythm and Dance” and try and see any shows they have in the future – I know I will be.

Mother Tongue is playing at Bangarra Dance Theatre from 3rd September

‘Self Portrait’ solo residency

It’s been a big month working with Kristine Landon-Smith and Jane Harrison on ‘Self Portrait’ a new solo work at Blacktown Arts Centre. Hard work and discipline are fundamental, it has been fun and challenging working on new processes and in the passenger seat. Kristine comes with a wealth of knowledge on intracultural theatre making, something that is so enjoyable to listen to her speak about and Paschal Berry who has supported as outside eye, has a keen understanding on process and the importance of conversation as a beginning process and research.  Looking forward to more with all!

Photo credit: Christophus Verheyden

Photo credit: Christophus Verheyden



WINNER for NSW Export Awards

Theatre of Rhythm and Dance won the Premier’s NSW Scholarship Award for its export of innovative arts performance to India in 2012 and 2013!!  Hooray!

Ian Murray, Executive Chairman of the Export Council of Australia said, “Last night in Sydney the state’s best of the best exporters were rewarded for excellence at the NSW Premier’s Export Awards. The Premier’s NSW Export Awards showcased the state’s export elite, in front of an audience of over six hundred guests and Guest of Honour the Hon Andrew Stoner, Deputy Premier of NSW. This year’s awards showcased some truly innovative companies, particularly in all export sectors and we congratulate Theatre of Rhythm and Dance on their success”

The Export Council of Australia and NSW Trade & Investment and sponsors congratulated the export elite, 20 winners and 79 finalists at the 51st Premier’s NSW Export celebration held at the Sydney Convention Centre, Darling Harbour on Thursday, 16 October 2013.

The NSW Scholarship Award is offered to a small to medium organisation that has attained rapid export growth and achievement in any industry sector. The Scholarship provides an opportunity for a business to expand export operations by up-skilling it staff.

Theatre of Rhythm and Dance has grown from strength to strength in 2012-13, winning awards, touring internationally to new markets and securing a reputable a reputable national and international producer, Red Chair.

TRD is an emerging Australian dance theatre company presenting innovative and original intercultural works nationally, exploring traditional and contemporary values and deeper communication between cultures of Australia’s immense and uniquely diverse population.



Premier's NSW Export Awards 2013

Premier’s NSW Export Awards 2013

Premier’s NSW Export Awards 2013


Back from India again 2013

Back from India a second time and it was an amazing chapter of new collaborations and creations, meeting with many great dancers and musicians across the country.

I was fortunate to be invited to perform flamenco at the wonderful Zorba The Buddha in New Delhi and for World Dance Day on May 1st at ICCR, Kolkata.  One of the highlights was teaching at Gati Studios New Delhi where I got to develop new ideas on cross cultural training techniques and explore current research on movement with traditional rhythms and primordial numbers. I was also introduced to various press opportunities through Carpe Diem India and E365 Media, thanks to them for this wonderful exposure. Here are some interviews and articles…. with more to come!

Business EconomicsMother Tongue with bits of flamenco and tabla thrown in! Abhijit Ganguly

Buisness Economics -15th May,2013








‘EAST MEETS WEST HERE’ Deccan Chronicle Bangalore

EAST MEETS WEST HERE  Deccan Chronicle Bangalore

September 25, 2012

by Ayesha Tabassum

My production is connected with India at various levels. But when I look at Bengaluru – the discerning audience’s verdict is more important to me. As a performer to get critical acclaim in this city means more than just a performance”, says dancer Annalouise Paul.

Tabla exponent, Bobby Singh known for winning the Aria award is collaborating with Australian based performer, Annalouise Paul.   Quoted from article below. Read full interview.