Board of Directors

Neptune Theatre, a registered charity, is owned and operated by the Neptune Theatre Foundation and is run as a not-for-profit society. Neptune has a volunteer board of directors and is administered by a professional staff. The Board is elected every September at the Theatre’s Annual General Meeting.

Executive Committee

Paul Laberge
Anna Hurshman
Vice Chair
Leslie Hawco
Treasurer and Chair of the audit committee
Rodney Belliveau

Mary Clancy
Chair of Advocacy & Education Committee
Tracey Jones-Grant
Chair of Community Outreach Committee
Catherine Bagnell Styles
Chair of Strategic Marketing Committee

Board Members

Stella Balfour
Kelly Boudreau
Wendy Davis Johnson
Krista Grant
Andrea Hughes
Sara Scott


Life Directors

Allister Byrne
Rick Emberley
Tim Margolian
Ralph Medjuck
Lloyd Newman
Senator Donald Oliver, Q.C.
Mrs. J.G. Simpson
Dr. Jim Spatz


Honourary Directors

Rebecca Hiltz LeBlanc
Jamie Baillie
David Glenn Fountain
Jim Mills
Maureen Reid
Dr. Joan McArthur-Blair
Robbie Harrison
Rob Batherson


Call for board members

Are you looking for a unique leadership opportunity? Eager to put your talent and expertise in strategic thinking, financial forecasting, marketing & development or advocacy and education in the service of a great cause?

Well, look no further! If you are committed to artistic achievement, we are looking for you!

Neptune Theatre Foundation is looking for leaders/ambassadors like you to join our board of directors.  Our volunteer board has been the strategic heart of our organization, ensuring that in our work for the theatre, we deliver real results, respond to changes in our community and always deliver the highest ethical standards to be worthy of our public support.

Neptune Theatre seeks to promote equity, inclusion and access by amplifying voices that have been historically marginalized or underrepresented in our industry. Therefore, priority consideration will be given to applicants who self-identify as IBPOC, LGBTQ2S+, d/Deaf, living with disabilities, and/or facing other systemic underrepresentation in arts institutions

If you are one or more of the following, we’d like to talk to you:

  • Energetic and entrepreneurial people, who are not already overextended with other commitments, eager to put their enthusiasm towards our arts organization.
  • Community leaders willing to engage their peers to promote our work.
  • Insightful governmental advocates who can assist in navigating the political landscape of funding and legislation.
  • Leaders interested in building strong programs.
  • People with expertise in theatre promotion and in theatre school development.
  • Philanthropist and event masters who have a demonstrated energy and success in chairing annual fundraising events and promotions.

If you hold yourself to high expectations, then you’ll find board service very rewarding.

We are looking for folks who will:

  • Become a member of the Foundation
  • Attend six board meetings annually
  • Actively serve on one of our committees: Programming, Advocacy and Education, Development or Audit
  • Advocate for our needs in the community and among your colleagues and peers
  • Be curious to learn more about the artistic environment as well as nonprofit governance
  • Make a personal, charitable contribution to Neptune Theatre, to the best of their ability

If you are interested in being considered for our board, please contact Paul Laberge at


Year End Financials, May 2022

Year End Financials, May 2021

Year End Financials, May 2020




Neptune Theatre is located on sacred land that has been the site of human activity since time immemorial.
We are in Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq, and we acknowledge them as the past, present, and future caretakers of this land.