The Saint John Theatre Company is a not-for-profit theatre company that serves as a creative outlet with professional production standards for hundreds of New Brunswick-based performers and stage technicians to create a thriving theatre culture in Southern New Brunswick.
To ensure arts and culture continues to thrive in our community we rely on the generous support of individuals and organizations. Your support allows us to reach out into the community and continue to provide the programs that enrich the lives of so many New Brunswickers.
Support our Annual Activity
Each year, the Saint John Theatre Company offers over 120 performances, education programs, school tours and online programs. Your tax-deductible donation to our operations helps to make it all happen! Here are three ways to donate:
1. DONATE now by credit card.
2. Manage your SJTC donations through Canada Helps
3. Make your cheque payable to Saint John Theatre Company and send it to the SJTC at:
Saint John Theatre Company
112 Princess Street
Saint John, NB
Please note "Donation To SJTC Operations" in the memo portion of the cheque.
Looking for other ways to donate? For more information call us at 506-652-7582
The SJTC Endowment Fund
Your contribution to the SJTC\'s \'Staging the Future Endowment Fund\' is managed by the Saint John Community Foundation and held in perpetuity. The SJTC benefits from drawing annual interest on the endowment fund to support our programs.
- To donate by credit card visit www.thecommunityfoundationsj.com
- To donate by cheque please print and fill out this form and mail to:
The Community Foundation
PO Box 20061
Saint John, NB
Please note "SJTC Endowment Fund" in the memo portion of the cheque.
SJTC SEPT. LINE-UP
Check out our events for the month of September at the BMO Studio Theatre Sept Events – 2020
SJTC COVID-19 UPDATE
July 2020 – staff are back to work in our Princess Street home and our offices are open to the public. We are working on re-opening protocols for our performance space in the BMO Studio Theatre. Our hope is to have small groups, in compliance with Provincial Government regulations, in our BMO Studio Theatre next month. In the meantime please tune into our SJTC Facebook page for updates on upcoming livestream and Zoom performances for your enjoyment.
Hope to see you all again soon!
DRIVING MISS DAISY
Re-scheduled to March 24-27, 2021. A touching story with a message that friendship and caring can surmount creed, colour and race. Featuring Walter Borden as Hoke and Jenny Munday as Miss Daisy. Directed by Stephen Tobias. Please contact Imperial Theatre box office for inquiries regarding rescheduling or refunds. 506-674-4100.