MOSAIC Storytelling Spring 2020 (Postponed)
- Jan 26 - Apr 5, 2020
- Pay What You Can- Suggested $5.00
- 60 mins
Crow’s Theatre welcomes back the talented tellers of MOSAIC Storytelling.
The Mosaic Storytelling Festival is an East End based, grass-roots collective of artists dedicated to celebrating the diversity and creativity of our rich East End neighbourhoods –and our world –through storytelling events with tellers and tales from all across the globe for everyone aged 5 to 95.
Mosaic’s incredible storytellers have been enriching Toronto’s East End Danforth neighbourhood for many years. Crow’s is excited to partner with Mosaic again for more wonderful Family events.
Spring 2020 Dates:
Sunday January 26, 2020 - Everything is Connected
Join Prairie-born Toronto-storyteller Diane Bosman and teacher, writer, storyteller Bob Barton for a wonderful morning of Stories that will speak to your heart and tickle your funnybone!
Sunday March 8, 2020- Mosaic Storytelling Presents: Indigenous Stories
Omushkego-Cree storyteller Michael Etherington hosts a gathering of Indigenous tellers from across Ontario.
March 8th illustration by Mariah Meawasige.
POSTPONED Sunday April 5, 2020- Hugh Cotton and Natasha Charles
MOSAIC Storytelling and Crow's Theatre are committed to the health, safety and well being of our artists, audiences and employees. Due to the unprecedented and escalating circumstances surrounding COVID-19, we have decided to postpone our final MOSAIC event of the Spring 2020 season.
Please check back here for a new date.
For more detailed information and general precautions regarding COVID-19, please visit:
The Public Health Agency of Canada website: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-
And the Toronto Public Health website here: https://www.toronto.ca/community- people/health-wellness-care/diseases-medicationsvaccines/coronavirus/
Storytelling begins at 11:00am.
Running time: Approx 60 mins.
Pay What You Can- Suggested $5.00
Creative Youth Program Sponsor