Biography of Lea Anderson (1959-VVVV)

Dancer and choreographer British born in London (England) on June 13, 1959. He/She studied dance at the Laban Centre in London from 1981 to 1984, and had previously studied art at St. Martin completo School of Art, also in his hometown. Together with the students from the Laban Centre, Teresa Barker and Gaynor Coward, also founded the trio The Cholmondeley Sisters, later known as the Cholmondeleys, for which he/she created The Cholmondeley Sisters (Madden, 1984), Health and Efficiency (Madden, 1984), Draggon (Madden, 1985), Baby, Baby, Baby (Donaldson and Simone, 1986), Marina (Bizet, Rossini and Verdi, 1986) and No Joy (Madden, 1987), among others. In 1988, the company became a Quartet with the entry of the dancer Rossana Sen. That same year he/she participated in the formation of a company formed by six men, called The Featherstonehaughs, and was from then on joint projects for the two groups, among them Flag (Madden and Blake, 1988), Birthday (Blake, 1992) and Precious (Blake, 1993). He/She has also done some work for theatre and cinema.

Other choreography of Anserdon are: Flesh and Blood (Blake, 1989), Opéra Sportif (Blake, 1991), premiered in Leicester by a group of a few hundred athletes; Immaculate Conception (Blake, 1992), Metalcholica (Madden, 1994), The Featherstonehaughs Go Las Vegas (Blake and Madden, 1995), Reverse Effect (Blake, 1996) and Les Six Belles (1997). He/She presented the British series for television entitled Tights, Camera, Action! (1992). was appointed member of honour of the Laban Centre in 1997.

Carmen Paris / Javier Bayo