Lauren Langlois is a performer, teacher and emerging choreographer passionate about dance-theatre making, dance improvisation and collaboration.
Lauren began her career with the Australian Dance Theatre and Sydney Dance Company before relocating to Melbourne in 2012 to collaborate on Keep Everything, Antony Hamilton’s critically-acclaimed work for Chunky Move. For her performance in Keep Everything she was nominated for Helpmann Award, a Green Room Award and an Australian Dance Award.
Since working with Chunky Move, Lauren has collaborated with Anouk van Dijk intensively, performing in An Act of Now, 247 Days, Complexity of Belonging and LUCID. For her work in Complexity of Belonging, Lauren received the 2015 Green Room Award for Best Female Dancer.
Lauren has also worked with Australia’s leading independent choreographers, theatre directors and companies including: Antony Hamilton, Force Majeure, Lina Limosani, Lucy Guerin Inc, Larissa McGowan, Prue Lang, Stephanie Lake Company, Samara Hersch and Chamber Made.
In 2017, Lauren was the recipient of the Tanja Liedtke Fellowship and has since choreographed works for the New Zealand School of Dance, Transit Dance and Footnote New Zealand Dance. In 2018, Lauren was commissioned by Chunky Move to choreograph Nether, a short work which premiered in Melbourne as part of the Next Move season.