Presenting and touring live, thought-provoking professional theatre in Quebec and abroad for over 40 years.


Theatre for all audiences!


Geordie Theatre celebrates the art of theatre and its social impact by working with artists from various disciplines and cultural backgrounds to create works that are provocative, relevant and challenge the imagination of our audiences.


By inspiring dialogue between communities, children and parents, as well as teachers and students of all ages, theatre has the unique power to foster voices of the future and plays a crucial role in changing our world for the better.


Geordie Theatre values the diversity of its patrons, visitors and workforce, and is committed to making theatre that is inclusive and accessible to all members of society.

GTS: Theatre from A to Z

Join Geordie Theatre School this summer as we offer our first-ever Summer Camp!

A 1-week intensive exploring the different roles needed to put on a play from writing, acting, directing, designing (costumes, set & sound) and more. Led by local theatre artists, each day participants will dive into an exciting new role in the theatre and use what they’ve learned to create their own play as a team based on a surprise theme. The week will end with a short performance of their original creation for family and friends!

We’re Hiring!

We're hiring! 2 summer contracts: Indigenous Artistic Assistant & Development Assistant

Join the Geordie Team this summer!

We have two summer positions available, funded by Canada Summer Jobs. Both contracts are for 9 weeks and are for youth between the ages of 15 and 30 years old. Applications due May 29. We can’t wait to receive your application!

What if

October 2022 - April 2023

Every day, Nicky wakes up with knots in her stomach and worries in her brain. While most kids can’t wait for recess so they can hit the playground, anxious Nicky would rather spend her time safely hidden away in the school’s sick room with her Big Book of Birds.

Current Season


October 2022-April 2023

POOF is the story of Gill, a self described, “extremely average 16 year old girl”. She isn’t cool like 16 year old girls in movies, and she isn’t a loser like 16 year old girls in movies, either. She is just a 16 year old girl. So why does your self described 16 year old girl interrupt her school’s production of Romeo and Juliet…


October 20 - 30, 2022

This electrifying new stage production uses Immersive comic book design and playful theatrical techniques to reanimate the sci-fi classic for a new generation! Co-created by Rick Miller, Craig Francis and Paul Van Dyck, this version adapts the novel to confront modern issues.

Nurture your child’s love for theatre by enrolling them in our Geordie Theatre School

Public Classes

After School Classes


Geordie’s workplace workshops are all about building the skills needed to adapt to an ever changing organizational environment by using universal theatre techniques that develop more dynamic and energized teams.

Discover our two fun-filled workshops!

Embrace a culture
of creativity at
your workplace

Thank you to our stellar supporters!

Brett Hooton
The Gainey Foundation
The Jaclyn Fisher Foundation
The Zeller Family Foundation

Edward Chan
Irene Smirnova
Stephane Boutros
Michaela Di Cesare
Jack Buksbaum
Tassy McEntyre

The Birks Family Foundation
Babar Books
Groupe Satori

Anne Renaud
Christopher Winn
Carol-Ann Hoyte
Jean-François Buffoni