Dec 09 — Dec 09
Larry’s Christmas Cabaret 2023
Toronto Dance Community
Don’t miss Citadel + Compagnie’s hilarious and quirky annual holiday tradition! Come celebrate with a variety of local acts, festive cheer and a late-night bar to toast to the magic and merriment of the season.Details + Tickets
Now streaming on STRATFEST@HOME, James Kudelka’s Four Old Legs and Laurence Lemieux’s Julie et l’univers! Don’t miss your chance to watch these stunning films by Oscar-nominated director Barbara Willis Sweete.
We are excited to announce that the Citadel Dance Program will return for in-studio classes beginning October 14, 2023, offering classes in Creative Movement, Ballet, Bharatanatyam and Tap for students in JK to Grade 6.Learn More
Compagnie de la Citadelle is the professional dance company within Citadel + Compagnie. Founded in 2000, the Compagnie is known for its creative processes and intimate performances of classic works and new creations. Through remount initiatives, the Compagnie also dedicates itself to the preservation of important Canadian dance work, making available iconic repertoire to a new generation of dance artists.Repertoire + Bookings
Expanding on the company’s existing values of inclusion, collaboration, accessibility and trust, Citadel + Compagnie is furthering its impact by creating more space for more artists at its home, The Citadel: Ross Centre for Dance. Established in 2020 the program currently supports artists Syreeta Hector and Naishi Wang, companies adelheid and Nova Dance, Company-in-Residence KasheDance and Presenter-in-Residence wind in the leaves collective.Find Out More
Our intrepid leader Laurence Lemieux was featured in the Toronto Star! Read about the origins of The Citadel in this insightful profile by Michael Crabb.
Read Paula Citron’s thoughts on our very special collaboration with Toronto Mendelssohn Choir for “In Time – At the Intersection of Music & Dance”.
David Perlman interviews Lesley Emma Bouza, member of the TMChoir’s professional core, and Compagnie de la Citadelle’s artistic director, Laurence Lemieux, for their thoughts on “In Time”.
Now seeking proposals for Citadel Spring Mix, a new joint initiative from Citadel + Compagnie and The National Ballet of Canada’s CreativAction programme, with support from DanceWorks.
We are thrilled to announce that Laurence Lemieux’s Julie et l’univers is now available to stream on STRATFEST@HOME!