Civic Theatres Toronto
The mandate of Civic Theatres Toronto is to provide quality performance and event facilities and to promote its contribution to the artistic, cultural and social vitality of Toronto and its communities. The Board of Directors of Civic Theatres Toronto is responsible for overseeing the business affairs and operation management of the Toronto civic theatres. Initially, the Board of Directors will also oversee the transition process for consolidating the current civic theatre operations under Civic Theatres Toronto.
Board size and composition
The Board of Directors of Civic Theatres Toronto consists of 15 members and is composed of:
Chair and vice chair
The chair of the Board of Directors is appointed by City Council. The vice chair of the board is appointed by the board from amongst its members.
Public members must meet the eligibility requirements in the City of Toronto's Public Appointments Policy.
Additionally, public members are ineligible for appointment, and may not continue to serve as a member of the Board, if any of the following conditions apply to them or their immediate family members:
Public members of the Board should collectively have significant experience in one or more of the following qualifications:
In addition, a youthful perspective, defined as an individual in the 18-30 age range, is a desirable qualification for at least one public member.
The Board meets approximately 8-10 times a year or at the call of the Chair. Board meetings are open to the public, with a few exceptions in accordance with the open meeting provisions of the City of Toronto Act.
No remuneration is paid to board members.
There are no vacancies on the board at this time. Members of the public can apply at any time and all applications will be kept on file for three years and considered for future vacancies.
Public Appointments Secretariat
City Clerk's Office
12th floor, West Tower, City Hall
100 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON M5H 2N2