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Founded in 2016 by Troy Crossfield, our house is one built on a solid
foundation of faith and excellence. We are a Black owned,
multifaceted, award -winning production company, with talent in
theatre, film, TV & music.


Everything that we do at Crossfield House Productions is grounded in
our 3 pillars: Story telling through engaging content, Creating
memorable experiences, and Empowering our community. Our
productions tell our stories with honesty, compassion, transparency,
and love. We are a house where the lights are always on and where
creatives are watered daily.

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Troy Crossfield
President & Chief Executive Officer

Troy Crossfield


is the founder of award winning collective Crossfield House Productions (CHP), a production group that brings to the world the stories of Black Canadians through the art of theatre and film. CHP started in 2016, and since then has had over 9 sold out shows performed in front of thousands of audience members. 2020 will continue to see the growth of CHP with its upcoming feature length film, A Little White Lie, a new theatrical piece called Ninety Four, both written and produced by Troy (and his writing partners Sheronna Osbourne, and Tazia Harris) and the final play in the “Lies” trilogy – The Last Lie.

Not just an entertainer, Troy is a mentor to those in the community; through his monthly support group Iron Sharpens Iron, his annual Passing Blessings Holiday Toy Drive, his class teaching Gender Society & the Arts at Carlton University, or sharing his journey on various stages (BYOB), Troy is committed to building positive relationships & experiences for the black community.


In the entertainment industry for over 10 years, Troy has been featured in numerous plays as a lead actor, has been on tour in the U.S for Darren Anthony's (Playing with Crayons) 'Secrets of a Black Boy'. He had his television debut in playwright and producer, Trey Anthony’s “The Kink in My Hair” and film debut in the horror film ‘Abandoned Souls’. A multi-faceted artist, Troy has a major songwriting pub deal with U.S recording label Sony ATV and rapper-actor Ludacris’ DTP (Disturbing the Peace) label. He has penned for artists such as Kardinal Official, Natalie LaRose, and Shareefa and is also the manager for rising Toronto music stars, Jaiden Lewis and Swagger Rite.

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