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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.


3 male dancers balancing on one another and lifting female dancer in the air
Photo by Steven Pisano
Help bring new and exciting dance works to life.

Compagnie de la Citadelle’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 Compagnie 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 and most recently Jean-Pierre Perreault’s masterwork Nuit.


Photo by Pierre Manning, Audrée Desnoyers, Shootstudio
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.

Our season at The Citadel, Citadel LIVE, plays host to an abundance of rich and provocative work by talented creators and captivating performers. From our late-night dance fest Night Shift to our newest series Citadel Spring Mix, we work to support the vision of exceptional artists dedicated to moving audiences through dance.


Black and white image of two CDP students in ballet attire waiting on bench in lobby
Photo by Laurence Lemieux
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
Delaney Family Foundation
Lindy Green Family Foundation
Gail Hutchison
Janice Lewis & Mitchell Cohen
Jerry & Joan Lozinski
Jim & Sandra Pitblado
Robin Vaile Robinson


Night Shift 2023 is co-presented with

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Citadel Spring Mix is presented
in collaboration with

The National Ballet of Canada’s CreativAction Programme



with support from DanceWorks



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




Delaney Family Foundation
Lindy Green Family Foundation
K.M. Hunter Charitable Foundation
Iara Lessa & Ian Skelton Charitable Fund
Logan Family Foundation


$25,000 and above

Jerry & Joan Lozinski
Jim & Sandra Pitblado

$10,000 to $24,999

Felicia Ross

$5,000 to $9,999

Ricardo Gomez-Inausti*
William Milne*
Donald Schmitt & Cheryl Atkinson

$1,000 to $4,999

Terry Gardiner
Laurence Lemieux
Janet Minor
Barbara & Kit Moore
Kirsten Moy
Spencer Poon-Woo
Lisa Richter Davey
Robin Vaile

$500 to $999

Anna Blewchamp
Phil Cowperthwaite
Luke Garwood
Mark Hammond
Lynne McDonald
Michael Trent

$10 – $499

Miriam Adams
Kate Alton

Peggy Baker
Mimi Beck
Ginelle Chagnon
Marie-Josée Chartier
Yvonne Coutts-Martignago
Julia Cratchley
Barbara deKat*
Sylvie Desrosiers
Lucille Fournier
Alan Forsyth
Wanda Forsythe
Patricia Fraser
Judith Gallant
Karen Gledhill
Andrew Hartley
Christopher House
Linda Hunter
Caroline John
Lucille Joseph
Karen Kaeja
John Kenyon
Fides Krucker
Susan McPherson
Selma Odom
Kenny Pearl
Alja Pirosok
Sylvian Senez
Kaitlin Standeven
Pamela Steele
Annie Szamosi
Mary Ann West
Karen Wierucki
Vicky St. Denys*

*Monthly donor

This list represents all donations made between July 2022 – September 2023. It has been updated as of September 11, 2023. We apologize in advance for any omissions.