Saint John Theatre Company 2021-2022 Season

Productions

Find out what’s happening at ARC

No Man Is An Island Prduction

Live performances August 4-7, 2021 | 7:30pm
Tickets: $25 adult | $15 student.
For tickets call 506-652-7582 ext 236.

In person performances will take place at BMO Studio Theatre, 112 Princess St.

Streaming August 6-7, 2021 | 7:30pm
Tickets $15.00. To order streaming tickets go to NMIAI Streaming or call 506-652-7582 ext 236.

No Man Is An Island

August 4-7, 2021

An original work by NB playwright Thomas Hodd. Directed by Ron Jenkins.

Featuring: Cameron Secord, Caroline Bell, Kenzie Delo, Melissa MacGougan & Patrick Jeffrey

A special story with ties close to home. No Man Is An Island is an original script with local connections written by NB playwright Thomas Hodd.

Inspired by the history of Partridge Island. The play is a story of immigration, sacrifice and belief while facing one's fear of others, and what it takes to make a community.

The Loyalist Burial Ground Project Production

Live performances August 25-28, 2021 | Time TBA | Weather Permitting
Performances are free of charge and will take place at the Loyalist Burial Ground, located on the corner of Sydney St and King St East.

The Loyalist Burial Ground Project

August 25-28, 2021

Travel back in time and explore the rich history that surrounds us. Directed by Ron Jenkins.

Featuring: Caroline Bell, Kenzie Delo, Melissa MacGougan & Patrick Jeffrey

Join the ARC team on an exploration into the history of our City. Created and performed by the ARC Resident Artists.

Hedda Gabler

Live performances September 22-25, 2021 | 7:30pm
Tickets: $25 adult | $15 student.
For tickets call 506-652-7582 ext 236.
BMO Studio Theatre, 112 Princess Street

 Streaming September 24-25, 2021 | 7:30pm
Tickets $15.00. To order streaming tickets go to Hedda Gabler Streaming or call 506-652-7582 ext 236.

Hedda Gabler

September 22-25, 2021

By Henrik Ibsen. Adapted and Directed by Stephen Tobias.

Featuring: Caroline Bell, Kenzie Delo, Melissa MacGougan & Patrick Jeffrey.

Trapped in a marriage and a house she does not want, Hedda Gabler struggles with an existence she finds devoid of excitement and enchantment.