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.
Join Us for Other Worlds!
Other Worlds public shows: Sept. 29, 30 & Oct. 7
On a small island overrun by land developers, two radically different strangers’ lives collide after an unexpected ecological disaster. Seeking safety in a bunker, they clash and connect over their shared dislike of the developers, and their conflicting dreams of a utopia where they can do more than just survive.
Other Worlds celebrates their unique journeys to claim and strengthen their own self-identity, while working to make deeper connections with the outside world. A play about well-being, friendship and belonging, and the importance of community.
Other Worlds Accessibility Show Oct. 7
Geordie Theatre is excited to present an accessible performance of Other Worlds on October 7th, with reduced ticket pricing and ASL translations during the performance!
This is in addition to regular performance accommodations for Other Worlds, which include reduced lighting effects, reduced sound levels and no sudden sound effects, access to fidget toys, noise canceling headphones, weighted blankets and stuffed toys, and a relaxed atmosphere in which audience can move or leave the theatre during the performance.
To take advantage of reduced ticket rates, please select the Accès Théâtre ticket category when choosing your tickets. This reduced ticket rate only applies to the October 7th performance of Other Worlds.
Fall GTS Registration is NOW OPEN
Registration is now open for Geordie Theatre School’s Fall session!
Learn how to create fascinating characters, build exciting stories, and create lifetime friendships with Geordie Theatre School’s classes for youth and teens.
Classes run from October to December, ending with an in-class final presentation.
September 2023 - April 2024
Perfect Storm is a story about the complexities of true friendship, and the ways it can support us to navigate our inner critic.
Max and Kelsey have been best friends since forever. Max, a perfectionist, is known at Tiddly Wink Elementary and Junior High School as “Perfect Girl”, and Kelsey, a bit of a wallflower, is known as “Perfect Girl’s best friend”. Their friendship is challenged in drama class, where their roles are reversed. Kelsey seems to be a budding star, whereas Max can’t even play a basic improv game. It is here that both girls start to recognize their inner competitive voices that can never be satisfied…
September 2023 - April 2024
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 split-second 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.
September 29 - October 7, 2023
On a small island overrun by land developers, two radically different strangers’ lives collide after an unexpected ecological disaster. Seeking safety in a bunker, they clash and connect over their shared dislike of the developers, and their conflicting dreams of a utopia where they can do more than just survive. Other Worlds celebrates their unique journeys to claim and strengthen their own self-identity, while working to make deeper connections with the outside world. A play about well-being, friendship and belonging, and the importance of community.
Nurture your child’s love for theatre by enrolling them in our Geordie Theatre School
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.
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Thank you to our stellar supporters!
The Gainey Foundation
The Jaclyn Fisher Foundation
The Zeller Family Foundation
Michaela Di Cesare
The Birks Family Foundation