mamma mia: the musical

Janelle returns to her hometown, Flin Flon, Manitoba to set choreography for Mamma Mia. This will be her third musical choreographed for the Flin Flon Community Choir and Arts Council. Others include Chicago (2013) and Grease (2017).


mamma mia

MAY 9th-12th, 2019
Flin Flon Auditorium, Flin Flon MB

Donna (Emily Sparkling), an independent hotelier in the Greek islands, is preparing for her daughter's (Anna Harrison) wedding with the help of two old friends. Meanwhile Sophie, the spirited bride, has a plan. She secretly invites three men from her mother's past in hope of meeting her real father and having him escort her down the aisle on her big day.

Producer: Crystal Kolt
Director: Ann Hodges
Assistant Director: Val Strom
Choreographer: Janelle Hacault

For more information and tickets, call (204) 687-7855

the man who traveled nowhere in time

Film and Performance

Photo by Salomé Boniface

Photo by Salomé Boniface

MARCH 12th, 2019
Arsenal Contemporary Art, Montréal QC

Arsenal Contemporary Art Museum with Danse/Danse Montréal presented Trip The Light Fantastic’s (Kyra Jean Green) The Man Who Traveled Nowhere in Time for Mardi Culturel on March 12th, 2019.

The evening was an immersive experience complete with live singing, music, original composition, light show, dance performance, and film debut. Stemming from the original work that premiere at Festival Quartiers Danses at Place des Arts, Montréal in September 2018; this performance lead the audience through various parts of the museum and challenged them to pick their own adventure.

To learn more about Trip the Light Fantastic and view a teaser of the film, visit


A new creation by Janelle Hacault

Photo by Vanessa Fortin

Photo by Vanessa Fortin

Premiered September 22nd, 2018 at Place des Arts, Montréal QC
Festival Quartiers Danses

Choreographer: Janelle Hacault
Interpreter: Charles-Alexis Desgagnés, Kyra Jean Green, Jee Lam and Jérôme Simard
Live Harpist/Composer: Coralie Gauthier
Original Recorded Music: Dae Courtney
Other Music: Cyndi Lauper, Nine Inch Nails
Time: 30 mins

Shapeshifters is a dance piece about the many sides of one woman's inner self that collide, confuse and eventually co-exist. It's quirky and endearing with a touch of crazy. The piece includes live harp accompaniment, a giant lion mascot, and a pantomime to Cyndi Lauper’s “True Colours”. Its overarching subject is the manifestation of the subconscious state.