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The Crowley family weaves the fabric of our community

For the Crowley family, it all started in 2005 when oldest son John was cast in “Once on this Island” at Rabbit Run Theater.  Since then, the Crowleys have been a big part of the Rabbit Run family.

The Crowleys tell their story best . . .

John - “Having lived in Cleveland, Washington DC, and Chicago, I can say with confidence that Rabbit Run is a unique and an important cultural institution. It’s a quiet juggernaut that deeply impacts the lives of all those who gather there.” 

Brian - “Rabbit Run will always hold a special place in my heart. My fondest memories are of the people and the community that has been created and fostered to bring people together to celebrate art, life, and imagination.” 

Michael - “Once in high school, we were asked to describe a place that feels like heaven on earth. My answer was Rabbit Run. The time I spent at Rabbit Run allowed me to thrive in an artistic community that was accepting of anyone who walked through those barn doors. Through tears and sorrow, laughter and gladness, Rabbit Run will always be heaven on earth to me.”

Mark and Lea – “I (Mark) have performed right alongside my sons in several productions, and I can’t describe the feeling I would get watching my sons on stage, while waiting in the wings. Each person is set up to succeed at Rabbit Run, and our boys have been given tons of opportunities to grow.”

 

Rabbit Run Community Arts Association | 49 Park Street Madison, Ohio 44057 (mail received here)
5648 W. Chapel Rd., Madison, OH 44057 (Theater)
Main Office: 440-428-5913 Box Office: 440-428-7092

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