Community arts groups met with the Windsor Symphony last night...a chance for potential users of the Capitol theatre to have a conversation with the new owners.
The Windsor Symphony will be taking over the Capitol theatre in September.
When that organization takes over it's got to fill those theatre seats as many days of the year that it can.
The future of the symphony depends on the Capitol becoming not only self sufficient but a money maker for the Symphony as well.
Of course the Symphony has it's own series of dates that will fill up part of the calender but for the rest it's depending on the dozens of user groups that might use the Capitol to stage their events.
Everything from dance groups, the book enthusiast to theatre and musical groups.
Last night The Windosr Symphony met with potential users of the Capitol...a meet and greet if you will where the Symphony could lay out it's plans and the users could find out where they fit into those plans.
Peter Hrastovic was there.
Peter is a local lawyer, he's also a member of the Citizens for the Capitol theatre Group and he treads the boards on occassion as well.
Listen (runs 10:18)