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Support C+C

As a friend of Citadel + Compagnie you help to cultivate the talents and the work of the vanguard of Canadian dance, as well as be a good and present force in our Regent Park community. We couldn’t do any of this without your support. Thank you.

Four Old Legs

Help Us Move From Stage to Screen

Four Old Legs adapts James Kudelka’s original adored stage production, featuring iconic Canadian ballerina Evelyn Hart and brilliant dancer Zhenya Cerneacov, to the screen. Described by the Globe and Mail as “a profoundly moving duet” the work celebrates time, memory and experience, and is performed to a playlist from Chopin to Judy Garland to Talking Heads. Directed by Oscar-nominated Barbara Willis Sweete, the film was captured at the historic Betty Oliphant Theatre.

Four Old Legs was officially released April 7, 2022, though fundraising efforts are ongoing. Help us raise our final $50,000 by making a donation to the James Kudelka Living Dance Fund, developed to pay tribute to the extensive artistic contributions Kudelka has made to dance in Canada.


Dancer Syreeta Hector with Citadel LIVE logo
Invest in a creative future. Support our artists.

The Citadel is home to multiple presentation series making space for the work of artists from here in Toronto and across the country. From our performing arts series, Bright Nights, to our late-night dance fest Night Shift, to our newest livestream series Citadel LIVE we work to support the vision and talent of exceptional artists dedicated to moving audiences through dance.


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Help bring new and exciting dance works to life.

C+C’s repertoire is eclectic, daring and technically sophisticated. A visually rich, emotionally arresting tapestry nourished by talented choreographers and gifted artists and collaborators from many disciplines. Through remount initiatives, the company also dedicates itself to the preservation of important Canadian dance work and makes iconic repertoire available to a new generation of dancers and audiences, including the work of renowned choreographer James Kudelka.


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Play a key role in helping us support our community.

The Citadel is an integral part of its local community and is host to multiple outreach initiatives including The Citadel Dance Program, delivering free dance education to local children and youth, and community partner Toronto Council Fire’s Indigenous dance program First Fire.

Citadel + Compagnie wishes to express its deep gratitude towards the following supporters whose significant lifetime giving of over $100,000 has helped us create not only The Citadel: Ross Centre for Dance but has also helped with our operations, productions and tours. Thank you!

Gretchen & Donald Ross
Felicia Ross
David & Torunn Banks
The Delaney Family Foundation
The Lindy Green Family Charitable Foundation
Gail Hutchison
Janice Lewis & Mitchel Cohen
Jerry & Joan Lozinski
Jim & Sandra Pitblado
Robin Vaile Robinson


Night Shift 2021
co-presented with

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A Perfect Day
presented in
collaboration with

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Canada Council for the Arts
Ontario Arts Council
Toronto Arts Council
Government of Canada
Government of Ontario
Ontario Trillium Foundation


Jumpstart Sport Relief Fund*
Woodbridge Investments Corporation


Community One Foundation
The Delaney Family Foundation
Hal Jackman Foundation
K.M. Hunter Charitable Foundation
Metcalf Foundation
Bill Morneau & Nancy McCain Foundation*


Canada’s National Ballet School


$25,000 and above

Jerry & Joan Lozinski
Jim & Sandra Pitblado
Susan E. Hunter

$10,000 to $24,999

Jim Fleck
Ricardo Gomez-Inausti
Robin Vaile Robinson (In honour of Ross Robinson)

$5,000 to $9,999

David Binet
Terry Gardiner (In honour of Heather Janack)*
William Milne
Robert Sirman

$500 to $4,999

Trevor & Lynly Bailie (In honour of James Kudelka)
Atin Bhattacharya
Anna Blewchamp
Ginelle Chagnon
Lisa Richter Davey
Rachel Davies
Lindy Green & Sam Chaiton
Ginette Hamel (In honour of Evelyn Hart)
Evelyn Hart
Martha McCain
Maureen Kudelka
Lynn McDonald
Janet Minor
Barbara & Kit Moore
Christopher Southam
Jane Spooner
Pamela Steele
Michael Trent
Denny Young

$10 to $499

Charissa Bagan
Peggy Baker (In memory of Dan Wild)
Danielle Baskerville

Carolynn Bett
Lo Bil
Phillip Buddle
Valerie Buddle
Valerie Calam
Ginelle Chagnon
Jen Chow
Judith C. Cole
Joan Curran
Barbara deKat
Valerie Desilets
Petrija Dos Santos (In honour of Camille Rojas)
Sandra Dudley
Helen Emanuel
Cheryl Epstein
Marign Eterman
Dorothy Fisher
Lorne Fox
Dianne Fraser
Patricia Fraser
Susan Fulop
Christina Giannelia
Holly Giroux
Jenn Goodwin
Mark Hammond
Normand Hector
Ann Hogarth
Christopher House
Joanna Ivey
Suzanne M Jaeger
Robert Johnston
Shauna Kadyschuk
Jacob Kay
Peter Kelly (In memory of Paul Kelly)
Fides Krucker (In memory of Ed Krucker)
Cheryl LaFrance
Djennie Laguerre
Brenda Lee
Pansy Lee
Christiane Lemieux
Lilia Leon
Brianna Lombardo
Deborah Lundmark
Susan MacPherson
A + M Marcovitz
Judy McCaughley
Heather McKee
Julia McNally
Kirsten Moy
Yvonne Ng
Chinh Nguyen

Jacob Niedzwiecki
Selma Odom
Monica Pain
Kenny Pearl (In honour of Patricia Beatty)
Raj Persaud
Joan Phillips
Alja Pirosok
Erin Poole (In honour of Michael Bell)
Anthony Randazzo
Walburga Maria Richter
Lucy Rupert
Karen Sasaki
Mandy Savery-Whiteway
Hannah Schallert
Pierre Schipper
Wanda Schmockel
Trevor Schwellnus
Kelly Scott
Jim Scott & Jim Robertson
Indira Sen
Joysanne Sidimus
Judith Smith
Rhondda Snary
Karen Sparks
Tijana Spasic
Jane Spooner
Vicky St. Denys
Kathy Standeven
John Stanley
Myra Stephen
Jini Stolk
Annie Szamosi
Gerry Trentham
Mary Ann West
Phylis Whyte
Mark Wihak
Greg Wilkiec
Kathia Wittenborn

*Donation directly supports C+C’s Citadel Dance Program, providing free dance education in ballet and tap to children and youth living in Regent Park.

This list represents all donations made between January 2020 – December 31, 2021. It has been updated as of December 31, 2021. We apologize in advance for any omissions.