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Nicole Decsey 

Artistic Director and Choreographer





Toronto Metropolitan University 

A Bit About Me

Nicole Decsey is an emerging artist with a BFA in Performance Dance from Toronto Metropolitan University. She works as a performer, choreographer, and rehearsal director with multiple Toronto and Mississauga based companies such as Frog in Hand, Create Dangerously, Ismailova Theatre of Dance, Dance : Corps Company, and Human Body Expression. Nicole has trained in Montreal, Vancouver, Toronto and Mississauga with companies such as Transformation Danse, Addo Platform, The Toronto Community Love In, and Toes for Dance. She has had the opportunity to perform in the Toronto Fringe Festival, Nuit Blanche, Long Winter Festival, and other private and corporate venues throughout Toronto. 

Nicole is a contributing writer for The Dance Current Magazine and smART Magazine. In 2019/2020 she participated in the Emerging Arts Critics Program in association with The National Ballet of Canada, Soulpepper Theatre, Opera Canada and The Toronto Symphony Orchestra. Currently Nicole teaches all styles of dance and has been a dance teacher for the past 10 years she is also a certified ballroom instructor. 

Nicole is the artistic director of Nicole Decsey Dance Projects. She started the company in 2019 through which she has hosted master classes, film festivals and has created dance pieces for stage and film. 

Work Experience

Associate Choreographer

Rehearsal Director 


Since 2016 Nicole has been a performer for the physical theatre company Ismailova Theatre of Dance. In 2019 she became rehearsal director and nin 2021 she became the associate choreographer. Involved in casting, script writing, production, creation, and scheduling. 

Nicole has just started her journey with Human Body Expression as a rehearsal director on select projects. 

Recently Nicole has become one of the choreographers for the exciting new collective Create Dangerously. It is a collective that is creating innovative new and abstract work about important and sensitive topics. Drawing creation from lived experiences.

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