biography

AA native to Los Angeles, Lindsey Lollie is an African American/Mexican choreographer.   Lollie studied at California Institute of the Arts where she met many of her life long friends and collaborators.  She creates contemporary dance works pulling from her training in modern, ballet, contemporary, gaga, house and Chicago footwork techniques.  Lollie has created pieces for szalt dance co, Home LA, The Electric Lodge, Celebrate Dance, LA Dance Festival, Fulcrum Arts, ARC, Hi Solo and Redcat Studio.   She was commissioned as a guest choreographer for LA Contemporary Dance Company in 2013.  In 2016 she was awarded the D+R Residency in Chinatown through LA Performance Practice with co-choreographer Jay Carlon, after their evening premier of “Sometimes I Fall”.   Lollie set two pieces on students at Cal State LA, which included a final performance at Union Station and has choreographed for high school dance programs such as Oakwood School of the Arts, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, and Renaissance Arts Academy.

 

 

Lollie is a dancer and teacher with szalt dance co. of five years.  Szalt is currently supporting the creation of Lollie's newest work in 2020.  

 

Lollie is currently co-creating a yoga/activities program for homeless people with the National Health Foundation in downtown LA.  Lollie was certified in Hatha, Vinyasa and Kundalini Yoga in Rishikesh India.