Recreation Intensive 2015 is led by dance specialists in Choreological Studies from Trinity Laban’s Faculty who share a wealth of experience working with Rudolf Laban's principles.
Alison Curtis-Jones joined the teaching faculty at Laban, London, in 2003. Ali teaches across all programmes, and is Component Leader for Choreological Studies, Teaching Technique and Teaching Studies on the Undergraduate Programme and One Year Professional Diploma Programme. She also teaches Creative Strategies on the MA Dance Theatre: The Body in Performance. She was Artistic Director of 'Conditioned Reflex Dance Company' (2000-2003), her choreography has been shown in Britain, France and Germany.
Ali's research includes the re-creation of Rudolf Laban's iconic works Die Nacht, (1927) re-named The Night 2010, and Die Grunen Clowns, (1928) re-named Green Clowns, re-created in 2008 and 2009 for Laban Historical Project Undergraduate students. She also re-created the work in a collaborative project with BA3 Laban students and Transitions Dance Company for the Laban International Conference, held at LABAN, in 2009, and with Transitions Dance Company for Laban Conferences in Manchester and Dartington in the same year.