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Community Partners

Saint John Theatre Company maintains a commitment to improving the greater Saint John community through programming partnerships with other nonprofit organizations for the purpose of education, raising awareness, and fundraising. Saint John Theatre Company has partnered with groups including Canadian Blood Services, Saint John Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services, the Saint John Free Public Library, Port City Rainbow Pride, New Brunswick Youth Orchestra, and Interaction Children’s Theatre.

 Canadian Mental Health Association  Canadian Blood Services  Port City Rainbow Pride NB Youth Orchestra   Interaction Childrens Theatre

Community Outreach

The company offers a community outreach program whereby theatre tickets are donated to targeted groups that normally would not attend live theatre productions.

 "After seeing the show, several students wanted to read the play and some tutors have started working with them on this initiative. Most students and some tutors had no idea the original play was written over 100 years ago. Some have now gone to the library and taken out different books by Oscar Wilde. By making the play more accessible to today’s audience, the SJTC has helped introduce a new genre of literature to students who would not usually read either drama or fiction. By making the performance so enjoyable, you have helped students realize that theatre is fun.” - Jean Peters, Read Saint John, comments about her students attending the November 2010 performance of The Importance of Being Earnest as part of SJTC's community outreach program.

 

 

Latest News

 

OF MICE AND MEN John Steinbeck’s adaptation of one of the most widely read and beloved novels takes the stage and tours the region! Touring dates & ticket info

AUDITIONS for the Loyalist City Shakespeare production of Taming of the Shrew April 23 & 25 at the BMO Studio, 112 Princess St. By appointment. Audition Info.

PLAYING SHAKESPEARE WORKSHOP with Ben StoneMay 5-7 at the BMO Studio, 112 Princess St. Using unconventional methods to discover and unlock new and vibrant performances of old, wordy and astonishing plays! Registration $85, SJTC discounts available. Learn More!

DON BOSSE JAZZ QUARTET with vocalist Mary Milliken May 6 at the BMO Studio Theatre. An evening of smooth jazz for everyone. Tickets $15. Jazz Quartet Tickets or call 1-888-311-9090. 

 


 

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