We Come To You

Geordie's popular 2Play School Tour runs from September to April performing in schools all over Montreal as well as traveling across Quebec, Ontario and the Maritimes. From James Bay to the Magdalen Islands, Geordie brings professional live theatre into schools, community centres and libraries, traveling an average of 27,000 km each season and performing over 200 times to more than 40,000 students. To encourage dialogue on the performance and its subject matter, every performance is followed by a Q & A session, and comes with a FREE Teacher’s Study Guide which is available for download (Teacher's Study Guide).

Touring in 2016-2017

WATER WEIGHT (Elementary School Tour)

Written by Jesse Stong
Directed by Mike Payette

Script developed with Playwrights' Workshop Montréal

On a hot summer day, when they wanna stay cool...all the kids go on down to the town’s swimming pool! A young girl with a chubby little puppy, and a young boy with a feisty feline friend, throw insults at a pool and spin out into a whirlwind of adventure. The magical swimming pool comes to life to make both of their deepest wishes rise to the surface; as the boy starts to grow and the girl starts to shrink, everything begins to flow out of control! A show for children that plays with size while looking at issues with self-image; reminding us all that every water drop is a little bit different.
Funding for this project provided by Libres Comme l’Art

Cross-curriculum connections: Body image, self-esteem, environment awareness, bullying, healthy relationships and gender empowerment.

INSTANT (High School/CEGEP Tour)

Written by Erin Shields
Directed by Dean Patrick Fleming

Script developed with Playwrights' Workshop Montréal

How far would you go to be seen?

Meredith wants to be a pop star. Jay wants to be a hockey star. Rosie just wants to help her father. Searching for fame in a world of instant communication drives all of them to make splitsecond choices that have lasting ramifications. Written by Governor-General Award winner Erin Shields, Instant is a lightening-speed, multinarrative story about three teenagers who are trying to be heard in a world where it’s harder to reach the top if you don’t recognize who you really are.

Cross-curriculum connections: Social media literacy, digital identity, online bullying, MS awareness and domestic abuse.

Technical Information

Run Time: Approx. 1 hour (Including Q & A)
Minimum Performance Area: 20’W x 20’L x 10’H
Duration in space: 3 hours (setup/show/strike)
Audience capacity: 300



For more information or to book a performance, please contact:

Michael Martini, Schools Liaison