Alisdair Macindoe



Alisdair Macindoe is a New York and Melbourne-based dancer and choreographer who trained in dance at the Victorian College of the Arts. He has performed extensively with Lucy Guerin Inc., Chunky Move, Antony Hamilton Projects, and Stephanie Lake Company, and Leigh Warren and Dancers. He has also performed works by Katrina Lazarof, Lina Limosani, Nat Cursio, Jo Lloyd, Gerard Van Dyke, Underpass, Bare Bones Collective. Other performance highlights include his own works, Bromance (2010), 525600LOVE,(2009) and Pay No Attention to the Man Behind the Curtain (2008).

Alisdair was the recipient of the prestigious 2013 Helpmann award for best male dancer in a dance or physical theatre work for Stephanie Lake’s DUAL, the recipient of the 2012 Green Room Award for best male dancer for his year’s work with Lucy Guerin Inc. & Chunky Move, the 2015 award  for Lucy Guerin Inc.’s Motion Picture, and was  nominated in the same category in 2008 and 2013.

Alisdair is a self taught sound designer, composer and instrument builder and has created sound design for some of Australia’s leading dance companies and choreographers. For his work as a sound designer for dance, he has received consecutive Green Room Awards for Sound Design in 2014 for Antony Hamilton Projects’ Black Project 2, 2015 for Chunky Move’s Princess and 2016 for Antony Hamilton Projects’ MEETING.