"I am inspired by your organization's values, dedication and support of senior's activities in Ontario and I wish you much success with your programs."

The Honourable Raymond Cho, Minister for Seniors and Accessibility

Seniors Community Grant Program, September 2019


Well Seasoned Productions mentioned in

MP Julie Dabrusin's speech in the House of Commons, May 30th,2016

"Going door to door, I met many seniors living alone who have a hard time paying for their apartment or home. It is a challenge to find jobs for seniors. Well Seasoned Productions is an initiative in my riding. This entertainment company produces plays in which the actors and industry professionals are aged 50 and over. The group gives jobs to older artists and presents Canadian stories celebrating the contribution of Canadian seniors.

"Our government's approach to helping seniors, although not as dramatic as that undertaken by Well Seasoned Productions, is important. Recognizing that seniors sometimes are forced to live alone and that many of those single seniors are women, our government has committed to spending $3.4 billion over five years to lift low-income seniors out of poverty. This would be accomplished through a significant increase to the guaranteed income supplement top-up benefits."

Thank you Ms. Dabrusin (MP, Toronto-Danforth) for your confidence in Well Seasoned Productions. We look forward to doing our part in supporting our senior artists.

2016-2017 - Our first three productions, That's Life, Funny Bones, and Can't Get Enough 

were funded in part by the Government of Canada’s New Horizons for Seniors Program.

2019-2020 - Young at Heart, An Afternoon with Jerry Herman, and eight free one-hour concerts for seniors, Musical Musings, 

were funded in part by the Government of Canada's New Horizons for Seniors Program.

Five free Musical Musings concerts for seniors were funded by the Government of Ontario's Senior's Community Grant Program.