Bradley, Lisa (1941–)

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Bradley, Lisa (1941–)

American ballet dancer. Born 1941 in Elizabeth, New Jersey.

Began professional career performing with Garden State Ballet in NJ; joined Joffrey Ballet (1960s), where she created roles in Gerald Arpino's Incubus (1962), Viva Vivaldi! (1965), Nightwings (1966) and Secret Places (1968); also danced featured roles in Balanchine's Square Dance and Pas de Dix, Arpino's Partita for Four, and Jerome Robbins' Moves; began performing with First Chamber Dance Company (1967); was guest artist at Hartford Ballet (1972–76), under director Michael Uthoff, where she created roles in his Quartet (1968), Aves Mirabiles (1973), and Primavera (1975); made guest appearance with Royal Winnipeg Ballet, in José Limón's The Moor's Pavane and Balanchine's Apollo.