“I am pleased to be able to work with these truly well seasoned professional performers. Their dedication, experience and enthusiasm take them far along their new and exciting path. We all look forward to their opening night!”                            

                                                        Dr. Joseph Green, Professor Emeritus, York University, and Mentor for Well Seasoned Productions

“CSARN commends Well Seasoned Productions for its mandate to create work [and works] for older performers. Canada has a rich legacy of artists who have devoted their lives to enriching our country. But, as they age, there are fewer opportunities to work and display their virtuosity. As an organization whose mission is to help Canada’s senior professional artists, CSARN believes Well Seasoned Productions should be assisted and encouraged in every way possible.”                                                                                                                                                                          Scott Walker, Executive Director, Canadian Senior Artists’ Resource Network

“I fully support WELL SEASONED PRODUCTIONS. I have been performing onstage for over 50 years now and I truly believe I am just getting the hang of it! The idea of a platform for all of us to keep doing what we love and entertaining audiences is a stunning idea. I hope I can play a role in this fabulous idea. We may be getting a little older but that just means we are getting better.”                                                                                                                                                                          Sheila McCarthy, Performer                                                                                                                                  

"As a 'weathered veteran' myself, I can only applaud any effort being made to keep the most experienced and talented people of my generation working productively, and connected to the public they have worked so hard to grow. As we both know, 'old actors never die’. They just fade away when complacency and indifference allow them to. For the benefit of all, that needn't be so."                                                                                                                                               Marilyn Lightstone, Performer, Writer, Radio Host

“Brilliant! Utterly Brilliant!! This concept kicks butt, it rocks, it’s heaven sent! Despite traditional concepts that lock us septuagenarians into a rocking chair knitting dodderers, our talents and energies today are in a truly nifty place. We keen to evidence our well-honed skills. Kudos to Well Seasoned Productions! I’d LOVE to play with these splendid folks.”                                                                                                                                                                                                          Pam Hyatt, Performer                                                                                                                                                                            

"There should be no age-bias when it comes to talent and the creative team that is involved with Well Seasoned Productions are all individuals who have proven through their years of experience, that they know how to engage audiences and are all still demonstrating their enormous talents through their current work.  We look forward to partnering with Well Seasoned and finding ways that we can collaborate on projects and utilize their talents to entertain and enrich our growing audiences."                                                                                                                                                                   Briane Nasimok, Past President, Smile Theatre                                                                                                              

Break a hip with your production company. It's a great if only I could remember where I put my glasses.”    

                                                                                                                                                                           Stephen Witkin, Writer