Founded in 2008, the Alan Lake Factori(e) dance company has many stage and film productions in its repertoire. The Chaudière, déplacement et paysages (2009) and Là-bas le lointain projects both led to film and stage productions. In 2015, Ravages pushed the company’s artistic vision further than any other project: this work led to two dance films, namely JardinsCatastrophes (2014) and the award-winning Ravages (2015), which is currently making the rounds of world festivals. In 2016, the site-specific work Les Caveaux opened the season at La Rontonde. This bold work, created and presented in an old and abandoned plant in Limoilou, helped raise Alan Lake Factori(e)’s reputation even higher on the Quebec dance scene.