Lisa created a new work Torrent, for Dancenorth’s 30th Anniversary season Torrent images
Wireless 2nd stage development in July/August through Australia Council for the Arts funding and in residence at the Judith Wright Centre for Contemporary Art
Lake has been selected for a showcase spot at the Australian Performing Arts Market in Brisbane this February
Lake has been selected as the Road Work tour, produced by Performing Lines, for an extensive national tour travelling to WA, Qld, Vic, SA, Tasmania and NSW from March through to May in 2014. For more information and tour dates click here.
Opera Queensland’s production of Rossini’s Cinderella premieres at the Conservatorium Theatre in July 2013. Lisa is proud to be involved in this production as Assistant Director and Choreographer, working with Director Lindy Hume. Click here for more information.
A second stage development of Wireless is planned for late 2013 bringing together many nationally recognised creatives.
Lisa will create a new work for Queensland University of Technology’s Essentially Dance, premiering in June at Garden’s Point Theatre. Lisa will also return to lecturing on faculty in early 2013.
The follow up to Elbow Room, Lisa’s widely acclaimed debut independent production, with Lake she delivers stark captivating theatricality, in what is destined to become a major Australian dance theatre work. Click here for the Lake Promo Video.
Described by Sydney Dance Company’s Artistic Director Rafael Bonachela as “a choreographer to watch”, Lisa’s new work Desire, premiered as part of SDC’s season of Contemporary Women, at Spring Dance at Sydney Opera House.
Lisa choreographed for Queensland Theatre Company’s production of Romeo and Juliet, directed by Jennifer Flowers at QPAC. This was Lisa’s first engagement with a state theatre company.
The first part of 2012 saw Lisa create a new work- Crush, for Expressions Dance Company’s Launch Pad season. This work continued Lisa’s collaboration with composer Paul Charlier
Lisa and composer Paul Charlier began a Fresh Ground residency in late 2012 through the Judith Wright centre of Contemporary Arts. They worked on the first stage development of a new intermedia dance theatre work, Wireless, using gesture and movement to manipulate and create a responsive sound score.
Lisa Wilson has been awarded this prestigious fellowship, which is designed to enhance the careers of artists, expected to make a contribution to the cultural life of the nation.The Fellowship, usually awarded to a Sydney based choreographer , provides opportunities with major performing arts organisations such as- Sydney Dance Company, The Australian Ballet , Opera Australia and Sydney Symphony.
Lisa will commute from Brisbane, where she is based, to complete the Fellowship and will continue her practice as an independent choreographer.
Visit the Hephzibah Tintner Foundation website.
Elbow Room premièred at Brisbane Powerhouse receiving critical acclaim and an overwhelming response from all spectrums of audience members.
…….an intimate story, woven together by the memory of what has past or fallen, punctuated with provocative and insightful snapshots of the spaces that grow between us.
Created in collaboration with a group of nationally acclaimed artists Elbow Room is an insightful dance theatre work. Its continued development has been made possible by Arts QLD, Brisbane Powerhouse and Ausdance QLD.
…has invited Lisa Wilson to create a work for the company’s …Live Attitude season, of contemporary choreography. Brisbane’s sensational contemporary chamber music ensemble, Topology, and the exciting duo, Karak Percussion, will join Queensland Ballet for this special season at the Thomas Dixon Centre, from the 14 – 29 May 2010
Lisa Wilson has been awarded this exciting opportunity to begin a creative development period for a new dance theatre work –Lake.