Louis Laberge Coté



Louis Laberge-Côté is a Toronto-based dancer, choreographer and teacher. He joined TDT in 1999 and danced with the company for eight seasons. He also built an exceptionally active freelance career, touring in North America, Europe, and Asia, and collaborating with many of Canada’s greatest dance artists. Between 2009 and 2011, he worked for the Kevin O’Day - Ballett Nationaltheater Mannheim (Germany) as a soloist dancer and contemporary dance teacher. He received three Dora Mavor Moore Award nominations for Outstanding Performance, and NOW Magazine named him “Toronto’s Dance Most Valuable Player” in 2006.



Louis Laberge Coté's Work


The Porous Body By Louis Laberge Coté

Cultivating malleability in dance training

The "Culture War" | La « guerre culturelle »

Tools for artists and arts lovers | Outils pour les artistes et les amoureux des arts By Louis Laberge Coté

“War” has been declared in Canada. | La « guerre » est déclarée au Canada.

Fighting a "Culture War"?

Louis Laberge-Côté takes on SunTV By Louis Laberge Coté

In his open letter, distributed on Facebook on June 8th, 2011, Toronto-based dance artist Louis Laberge-Côté responded eloquently to the June 1st SunTV interview with Canadian dance icon Margie Gillis that so enraged the arts community. There’s more to the story.