Anisha Joshi
Actor, Dancer
Non Union
“When you dance, your purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor, it is to enjoy every step along the way.”
– Wayne Dyer

Anisha is a powerhouse dancer at the cusp of her career. Born and raised in small-town Alberta and trained by the best in Edmonton, Anisha fell in love with ballet, tap, and jazz when she was just a toddler. Her love for hip hop first began after she began attending classes at 3rd Street Beat, training under Luke Geldert, Richard and Daniel Andries, Kerry Koble, Carlo Atienza, and many others. At just 15 years old, Anisha began performing with NXG Company, directed by Alexander Chung, and with them, competed in huge International competitions, mainly World Of Dance in Hawaii and Vancouver.

At 17, Anisha took the plunge and moved across the country to Vancouver, BC. There, she trained with ITP Dance Company out of Harbour Dance Centre; directed by Moe Brody and Pamela Rosa. With ITP, she was training under some of the best in Canada – Joanne Pesusich, Julie Tomaino, Carlo Atienza, Liz Tookey, and many others. Shortly after moving to Vancouver, Anisha also auditioned for prestigious TwoFourSeven Company, directed by Jerome Esplana, Roberta Bierman, Carlo Atienza, and Jonathan Bongato, and was made full company member immediately. With TwoFourSeven, Anisha travelled to Las Vegas and went to the semi-finals of the World Hip Hop championships, Hip Hop International.

Toronto was the next step for Anisha. Her love of the theatre, contemporary, tap, and urban hip hop makes Toronto the best place for her to be. Her firecracker stage presence, extreme versatility and ability to switch from style to style in a matter of seconds is what makes her stand out on stage, film, and any room. Her spunky personality and true, hungry, perseverance, makes Anisha one to watch out for. Currently, Anisha has just finished a tour around Europe working with Moment Factory alongside Royal Caribbean productions, and will be heading out on a second tour through Eastern Asia, and Australia.