Crow’s Theatre is opening a new space in Leslieville in 2016 — a cultural hub for East Enders.
Currently celebrating its 30th anniversary year as one of the country’s most acclaimed independent theatres, Crow’s new performing arts facility and community hub will be located at the corner of Dundas Street East and Carlaw Avenue in Leslieville. Crow’s strives to serve as a core cultural destination for East End residents offering a variety of free and ticketed performances, programs and classes for all ages as well as rental spaces for events.
Lend your voice in shaping the new Crow’s by participating in our community consultation process now through June.
If you have any questions about the community consultation, please contact independent consultant Evelyn Tauben at email@example.com
Take this short survey to help us understand more about our community. Participants can enter into a raffle for tickets for the Crow’s 2014-15 season and gift cards from an assortment of East End establishments.
The audience survey is now closed. Thank you to everyone who took the time to lend your voice in shaping the new Crow’s. The winners of our contest are:
Matthias M: tickets to Crow’s production of ‘The Seagull’ in 2015
Jennifer A: gift certificate to Prohibition Gastrohouse
Julie G: gift certificate to Edward Levesque
Jse-Che L: gift certificate to Dark Horse Espresso
Crow’s would like to thank all those who participated in our survey, as well as Prohibition Gastrohouse, Edward Levesque and Dark Horse Espresso for their support!
Collaborating with Crow’s Survey
This survey process is intended to identify existing groups that deliver cultural services and programming in the East End and across the GTA in order to identify areas of strength and need in the area and to identify existing arts organizations and artists that might be interested in using the new facility as a renter and / or partner.
Click here to begin the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/crowscollaborating
Town Hall Meeting | Monday, June 16, 7 PM
Ralph Thornton Community Centre, 765 Queen Street East
Meet the Crow’s team and hear about the preliminary plans for the facility followed by conversations in small groups about the cultural needs of the East End. What role can Crow’s play in strengthening the role of culture in our lives? RSVP is not necessary
We want to hear from you as the vision for the new Crow’s space takes shape. Join a community conversation and / or be in touch with us directly, firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVP is kindly requested, contact Evelyn at email@example.com
Tuesday, June 24, 1 – 2:30 PM
Lil Bean and Green Café, 1133 Queen Street East Free childcare available!
What kind of programming speaks to you and your family’s needs?
Arts & Culture Lovers
Tuesday, June 24, 7 – 9 PM | Ralph Thornton Community Centre, 765 Queen Street East
What different kinds of arts programming are of most interest to you? What will make the new Crow’s Theatre a vibrant and relevant cultural hub to you?
East-End Artists Roundtable
Wednesday, June 25, 4 – 6 PM | Ralph Thornton Community Centre, 765 Queen Street East
Do you work in the arts? How can the new Crow’s space be a place of welcome and nourishment for artists?
Wednesday, June 25, 7 – 9 PM | Ralph Thornton Community Centre, 765 Queen Street East
How can Crow’s Theatre be a partner and ally to the many diverse communities in the East End?
RSVP to the Community Conversations is kindly requested, contact Evelyn at firstname.lastname@example.org
The community consultation sessions will be facilitated by an independent third party.