Trinity Laban has invited Lea to reconstruct a 20 minute section of Yippeee!! her work created in 2006, for a group of BA students as part of their annual Historical Project. Lea will be assisted by dancers from The Cholmondeleys, Makiko Aoyama and Kath Duggan. Yippeee!!! features music by Steve Blake and costume designs by Simon Corder. Performances at The Bonnie Bird Theatre. Laban Building, 30 Creekside, London SE8 3DZ on 20, 21 June 2019.
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Danza Contemporanea de Cuba presented the premiere of Los Amores de Marte y Venus (The Loves of Mars and Venus) at the Gran Teatro, Havana on Friday 28th September. The work follows choreographer John Weavers’ description of his original work from 1717 and has original music by Steve Blake, design by Simon Vicenzi and lighting by Simon Corder.
Volume 2 Number 1 of Studies in Costume and Performance is now published, edited by Donatella Barbieri with articles by Mary Kate Connolly on Lea Anderson’s use of costume, by Lara Maleen Kipp on Howard Barker, the sublime and iconic dresses, by Patricia Lennox on Arthur Rackham and design practice, and by Emily Collett and Roger Alsop on national identity, ballet and costume. The events reviews edited by Nadia Malik include Fiona Watt on Pamela Howard’s exhibition at AUB, Michael Spencer on The Vulgar: Fashion Redefined by Judith Clark and Adam Phillips, Myrsini Pichou on Costume on Stage and Screen held in Athens and Katie Barford on Costume and Fashion in Context and Practice at Huddersfield University. Book reviews edited by Suzanne Osmond are for The Superhero Costume: Identity and Disguise in Fact and Fiction read by Chris Comerford; also for Mute Movements: A Collective Performance Art journey through Beirut, which is reflected upon by Ester Mangas Fernandez; and for Unbuttoned: The Art and Artists of Theatrical Costume Design reviewed by Suzanne Osmond.
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UK tour dates announced for Ladies & Gentlemen, directed and choreographed by Lea Anderson and directed and composed by Steve Blake, costume design by Tim Spooner, lighting design by Simon Corder and starring Makiko Aoyama, Gareth Clark, Belinda Neave, Marega Palser, Caroline Sabin and Bert Van Gorp.
Besieged by an ever shifting and bewildering miscellany of inscrutable and enigmatic props, the last sorry remnants of a legendary music hall family doggedly endeavour to reconstruct fragments of misremembered routines and hazily recollected punch-lines, in a hopeless attempt to revive their all but forgotten Music Hall act.
Festival of Thrift, Yorkshire 23-24 September 2017
Chapter Arts, Cardiff 28-30 September 2017
Mumford Theatre, Cambridge 9 October 2017
Jersey Opera House, St Helier 11 October 2017
Winchester Theatre Royal 18 October 2017
Bath Spa University 19 October 2017
De Montford University, Leicester 21 October 2017
Exeter Phoenix 23 October 2017
Greenwich Dance, London 27 October 2017
Lea will be creating a new large-scale outdoor work for the FAEL Festival in Lima, Peru in February/March 2017. Assisted by long-term Cholmondeley Anna Pons Carrera, Lea will work with 34 dancers from The Elenco Nacional de Folclore to create a site-specific performance in the huaca Mateo Salado in Lima. The huaca is an pre-Incan pyramid and archeological site.
Lea will also be leading a Dance Lab with the company and presenting a conference on Tuesday 7th March.
The performance will take place at 6pm on Saturday 11th March 2017
Costume design by Alonso Núñez
Music by Emilio Vucetich.