Young Canadians Project
A birthday present for John A's 200th?
How about more young Canadians thinking about Canada's history, heritage and system of government?
SALON Theatre's hit musical comedy, Sir John, Eh? The Road Show, makes that happen. In 2015 we're presenting 180 performances of this brilliant show in schools and
communities across Canada.
The Road Show tells John A's story warts and all.
It's lively and entertaining. It's solid history.
It makes us think about who we are.
The Rt. Hon. Paul Martin saw The Road Show and said:
"This is the way our history should be taught."
Don Cherry liked it too.
Educators tell us that all young Canadians should have the chance
to see this show. Whether they can afford it or not.
We're "passing the hat" to make sure they get that chance.
For $20 you can buy a ticket for a lucky young Canadian.
Buy 1, 10, 100 or 1000.
We'll make sure they get into the right hands.
As a registered charity, we give tax receipts or, if you prefer, we can design a corporate sponsorship opportunity to suit
your needs and budget.