Current Members

Barnes, Connie

Barnes, Janice

Boyd, Susan

Brazelton, Michael

Byers, Bernice

Byers, Ron & Carol

Canning, Darlene & Kerr

Canning, Joyce

Carson, Dorothy

Chambers Developments Inc.

Corcoran, Alexis

Cormier, Jolene

Cunningham, Andrea

Dickinson, Karen

Donohoe, Howard

Field, Brian & Sandy

Foster, Zena

Gould, Jackie

Grant, Peter & Helen

Grant, Susan

Greenham, Jill

Hare, Mary & George

Hembrough, Stan

Howe, David

Ingram, Gaby & Geoff

Irving, Martha

Jamieson, Frances

Kent, Gordon

Keogh, Caroline

Kossatz, Perry & Rena

Kyle, Lori

Laking, Joy Snihur Wyatt

Lantz, Bruce

Lewis, Lorraine

MacArthur, Ann

MacDonald, Liz

MacDonald, Beryl


MacKay, Cameron

MacLennan, Rod & Robin

MacPherson, Mary Dee

MacPherson, Jim & Gladys

Mallison, Shari

Maloney, Regan

McCartney, Jeff

McCready, Harriet

McNaught, Janet

McPhee, Mary

Middleton, William

Morrow, Claudette & Don

Nemetz, Andrea

O’Brien, Gisela

Peterkin, Beth

Pettis, Alicia

Powell, Dianne

Roberts, Gerry & Judy

Rose, Eric

Scott, Murray & Linda

Sears, Linda

Serratos, Carlos

Smith, Lisa

Stack, Jane

Stevenson, David & Judy

Thibeault, Anthony

Thomas, Mary

Thompson, Martha & Dan

Thornhill, Roland

Trafford, Brenda

Wheaton, Brenda

Wyatt, Jim

Yorke, Margaret

Zann, Lenore

Zentilli, Veronica

Zielewicz, Laura


Lifetime Members

Beattie, David

Byers, Bernice

Coffill, Joan & Roland

Davison, Ann & Kerwin

Fuller, Michael

Holownia, Thaddeus

Inglis, Michelle

Kossatz, Perry

Knowlton, Joyce

Levy, Sally

McCulloch, Bruce

McPhee, Mary

Morely, Anthony

O’Hara, Phil

O’Regan, Mary

O’Regan, Stephen & Suzanne

Tomlinson, Pat

Vingoe, Mary

Wood, Frances & Croyden



Physical Box Office now closed until Summer 2023



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We are located in Awokun, Mi’kma’ki, also known as Parrsboro, Nova Scotia, which is on land that is in the unceded and unsurrendered territory of the Mi’kmaq people. The Mi’kmaq people have been here on this land for over 11,000 years. In 1752 a treaty was signed between the British and the Mi’kmaq that detailed the sharing of the land and its resources. We know that the rights within this treaty have not been upheld. As descendants of settlers who colonized this land, it is important that we think about our relationship to the land, to Mi’kmaq culture and its people, and how we can make a future where we actually share the land and the resources it gives us. We need to think about how we can move forward to enact a future of respect and generosity. And we need to act immediately, with kindness and compassion. A major step in this process is educating ourselves. Ship’s Company Theatre is on a continuing journey of awareness and education. We encourage you to join us.

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