Semi-professional community theatre company, based in Saint John, New Brunswick. It was founded in 1990 to develop and promote local talent.
The Company offers a range of productions, from the traditional to the cutting edge; from the classics to alternative and experimental theatre in its Main Stage and Studio series. The Main Stage productions are in the Imperial Theatre; the second space is in the BMO Studio Theatre.
The 2015/15 season included An Enemy of the People by Henrik Ibsen, directed by Richard Rose on the main stage; and The War Bride by Erin Keating, and An Evening of One Act-Original Maritime Plays in the studio.
The Saint John Theatre Company hosts a Canadian Stages Series, with professional artists from across Canada performing edgy, acclaimed works in the Studio Theatre. The 2015/16 season featured Watching Glory Die by Judith Thompson in a Mulgrave Road Theatre production; and Lac/Athabasca,”a cross-Canada journey written in ice, water and fire” by Len Falkenstein in a Theatre Free Radical production.
The Artistic Director is Stephen Tobias.
Last updated 2015-11-16