Originally from the U.S., Donna has been the producer for Alexander Whitley Dance Company since 2012. She produced the dance-digital work, The Measures Taken (2014 Royal Ballet Studio commission), The Grit in the Oyster for Thomas Ades: See the Music, Hear the Dance (2014 Sadler’s Wells commission), the dance-digital work Pattern Recognition (2016 Sadler’s Wells commission) and is currently working on Alexander’s major new Sadler’s Wells commission for 2017. She is also an adjunct faculty member for the Roger Williams University London Dance programme (US/UK).

Other past freelance projects include producing the dance-digital work, Blood (Royal Opera House ROH2 commission) and INSIDE for Jean Abreu Dance and managing Freddie Opoku-Addaie’s Royal Opera House ROH2 commission Absent Made Present and Hofesh Shecter’s deGeneration tour. Prior to that Donna was Dance and Performance Event Co-ordinator at the South Bank Centre and Artist Fellowship Coordinator for the Rhode Island State Council on the Arts (US). Donna danced professionally from 1986 – 2002 and was co-Artistic Director and Executive Director of Groundwerx Dance Theatre. 

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Elisabetta is a performer, rehearsal director and assistant choreographer. Born in Italy she trained at The Place and Laban where she gained an MA in Performance. As a movement director and assistant choreographer Elisabetta has worked with Russell Maliphant, Kim Brandstrup, Luca Silvestrini, Cameron McMillan, Alexander Whitley. As a performer Elisabetta has created work and performed with Transitions Dance Company, Bare Bones, Retina Dance Company, Protein Dance, Russell Maliphant Company, Stephanie Schober & Dance Company, Sarah Dowling and Theatre Rites. As a freelancer her credits include Frantic Assembly, William Tuckett, Hofesh Shechter, Akram Khan, Kim Brandstrup, Arthur Pita, Jasmin Vardimon and Javier De Frutos. She has performed and assisted in operas directed by Deborah Warner and Carousel directed by Jo Davies. Elisabetta is the Subject Leader for the Centre for Advanced Training in Birmingham at DanceXchange. She is also a freelance dance teacher. 



Growing up in Bristol, Georges began his training at the Swindon Youth Dance Academy, Centre for Advanced Training. He moved to London to continue his training at The Rambert School, graduating in 2013 with a First Class BA (Hons) degree. As a dance artist Georges performed in Punchdrunk’s immersive production of ‘The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable’ and has toured internationally with James Cousins Company performing Cousins’ iconic duet ‘There We Have Been’ and also ‘Without Stars’. Earlier this year Georges toured ‘SAFE’ with ZoieLogic Dance Theatre.

Choreographically, Georges has had work performed at The Lilian Baylis Theatre, Sadler’s Wells, collaborated with designers at Central St.Martins for Design for Dance and has returned to the C.A.T schemes in Swindon and in Exeter, creating pieces for their summer showcases. In 2013, Georges was a finalist in the prestigious New Adventures Choreographer Award and has more recently taught creative workshops on the BalletBoyz Dancer’s Course.




Originally from England, David Ledger received his training at the Northern school of Contemporary Dance and afterwards at The Rambert School of ballet and Contemporary Dance. Upon leaving the school David began an apprenticeship and soon after full time contract with Netherlands Dans Theater 2, where he remained for four years. During this time he toured internationally performing and creating works with the likes of; Ohad Naharin, Jiri Kylian, Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar, Alexander Ekman and Johan Inger, to name a few. In 2014 David left the company to focus on a freelance career. Since then he has become a member of the company Wim Venderkeybus / Ultima Vez, where he participated in the most recent creation of new work, ‘speak low if you speak love’, which he is still touring internationally. As well as performing in some of the companies existing repertoire. He also recently participated in the research and development phase of a new project with DV8 physical theatre. David has also taught at many institutions, including The Rambert School and recently at The Royal Swedish Ballet as part of Lloyd Newson’s workshop there. 



Victoria began her career with Scottish Dance Theatre in Dundee, Scotland, where she danced for eight and a half years. After a short period teaching in the UK, she joined Cullbergbaletten in Stockholm and subsequently spent four years with the company. Since 2013, Victoria has been working as a freelance dancer, teacher, and rehearsal director based in Stockholm. During her career so far Victoria has worked with over thirty different choreographers, including Mats Ek, Alexander Ekman, Örjan Andersson, Rui Horta, Johan Inger, Ina Christel Johannessen, Crystal Pite, and Hofesh Shechter amongst others. Victoria has also taught ballet and modern classes and creative workshops in all types of institutions, from primary schools to professional degree courses, as well as for professional dance companies. 



Originally from Barcelona, Spain, Julia Sanz Fernández trained at the Institut del Teatre, Barcelona Conservatory. She later joined the Junior Ballet at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse in Paris working with choreographers such as Cristiana Morganti (from Pina Bausch’s Tanztheater Wuppertal), Nathalie Pubellier, Jarek Cemerek and Guillaume Gallienne. From 2014-16, she worked with Baltic Dance Theater in Gdansk, where she performed in works such as Falling Angels, by Jiri Kylian, Clash, by Patrick Delacroix, and several works by Isadora Weiss. Most recently Julia has been performing Dana Raz’s Wolves in Teatro Campoamor, Oviedo, Spain.