Photographer Credit: Jeremy Mimnagh
May 26 – June 2, 2020
Malcolm was shown from May 26 – June 2, 2020 and is no longer available for viewing. To learn more about Citadel + Compagnie and James Kudelka please visit our website or follow us on social media (links at top of page). Donations towards all artists presented through Citadel Online remain open and can be made via the links found at the bottom of this page.
Dancing With Puppets and Pulling the Strings: James Kudelka’s Malcolm
Deirdre Kelly, Critics At Large
Friday August 15, 2014
Winner of the 2014 Nathan Cohen Award for Excellence in Theatre Criticism (Long Category)
“A big, bold, bright idea.”
“With a puppet quite literally in his hands, no strings attached, Kudelka has moved beyond the boundaries of traditional dance performance, eschewing the kinetic to focus more on the art form’s more subtle, expressive side as well as its capacity for creating an empathetic relationship with its audience.”
Photos by: Jeremy Mimnagh
Photos of: James Kudelka, Malcolm and Dustin Peters
Presented by Citadel + Compagnie
Original Dates of Performance: February 19 – 23, 2014
Choreography: James Kudelka (in collaboration with Bill Coleman)
Original Composition & Piano: Dustin Peters
Puppet-maker: Nell Coleman
Lighting Design & Scenography: Simon Rossiter
Costume Design: HOAX Couture
A Special Thanks:
The creation of Malcolm was made possible through the generous donations of Donald Schmitt, David Binet and Scott Connolly. We thank them for their support.
A special thank you to Kent Monkman, Ian Pereira, and photographers Bruce Zinger and Jeremy Mimnagh.
Malcolm: Up Close
Created by Nell Coleman, Malcolm debuted alongside world-renowned counter tenor Daniel Taylor and former Co-Artistic Director Bill Coleman in Beautiful Movie; a work created for him by James Kudelka. At ease in both the contemporary and ballet idiom, Malcolm was also featured in See #8, as part of Citadel + Compagnie’s ALLONEWORD program.
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