Outreach & Training

Saint John Theatre Company is proud to provide programs that enrich the lives of so many New Brunswickers. Our objective is to reach out to the community through numerous initiatives, including:

  • Courses in partnership with UNB Saint John held at BMO Studio Theatre space
  • Student pre-show events for select Main Stage productions
  • Student study guides for select productions
  • Free matinee performances for students on select productions
  • Training workshops for our local talent base
  • Post-show Q&A sessions on the preview night of Main Stage productions
  • Discounted student ticket prices
  • Complimentary tickets to various community groups in the Greater Saint John area

Post show community discussion with cast of '937', a partnerhip with Two Planks and a Passion Theatre.
~ April 2015

Students participate in Butterfly Project, a pre-show activity for 'The Dairy of Anne Frank'.
~ Oct 2016

Student showing of 'Redfish', a Halifax Theatre for Young People partnership.
~ April 2018

Youth and Community Outreach support provided by:

TD
New Brunswick
Canadian-Heritage
SACF

LATEST NEWS

THE WOLVES CANCELLED

The April performances of the ARC production of The Wolves have been cancelled due to evolving COVID-19 restrictions. Read More: Spring production of ‘The Wolves’ cancelled [press release – Feb 25, 2021]

MARY POPPINS REPLACED WITH NUNSENSE

The May Main Stage production of Mary Poppins has been replaced with the musical comedy Nunsense. Read more: SJTC Main Stage Season Adjustments [press release – Feb 16, 2021]

DRIVING MISS DAISY CANCELLED

The March performances of the SJTC Main Stage production of Driving Miss Daisy have been cancelled due to evolving COVID-19 restrictions. Please contact Imperial Theatre box office for refunds. Read More: SJTC Cancels Driving Miss Daisy Media Release – Feb 8, 2021.

SJTC Artist In Residence

SJTC announces its first Artist In Residence – Clyde A Wray. Clyde will be creating a production based on historic figures from the Black community. For more info visit SJTC Special Projects.