For the past 45 years, TNB Young Company have been provincial leaders in the creation and delivery of Theatre for Young Audiences. With decades of annual touring to our credit, visiting as many as 70 public schools a year, we have successfully introduced the magic of live theatre to an estimated 750,000 New Brunswick youth, a number roughly equivalent to the province’s current population. Our 2022 season will continue to introduce new audiences to theatre by adapting our program structure to meet current health and safety protocols.

As large gatherings continue to be high risk in schools, our 2022 Young Company season will be bringing the joy of theatre into classrooms through playwriting workshops.

Full details will be announced in early November.

Our 2022 season will continue to introduce new audiences to theatre by adapting our program structure to meet current health and safety protocols.

Our 2022 season will enable us to explore new opportunities in digital engagement, opportunities that will become essential in our ongoing mission to fuel the imagination and creativity of next generation New Brunswickers for years to come.

Our 2022 season will involve a combination of online and potential in-person playwriting workshops with students and teachers across the province.

Our 2022 season will build relationships, engage imaginations and strengthen theatre’s role in enriching the lives of future generations while also reinforcing our connection with provincial educators prior to our anticipated return to the classroom in 2022.

“What a performance! If you haven’t seen this, book it quick.”

Principal Mark Crowley, M. Gerald Teed Middle School

“I love all TNB plays. They are the best. I can’t wait for another TNB play.”

Aria, Grade 2, Grand Manan Community School

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“Our school thoroughly enjoyed the performance by TNB Young Company. We would love to see them again!”

Krista Waugh, Teacher, Hartland Community School

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