Ricochet’s Toula Drimonis previews Chloe’s Choice and Beneath the Banyan Tree: “…plays focused on the themes of religious and cultural diversity and the importance of acceptance in an increasingly multicultural world.”
Pat Donnelly, Theatre Critic for the Montreal Gazette, reviews The Odyssey: “Top-notch, highly entertaining theatre for young audiences that also keeps the adults awake, grateful for a refresher course on tales learned long ago.”
Preview of The Iliad and The Odyssey by The Senior Times – April 4, 2014: “What a gift it is to create such memorable characters as Achilles and Aphrodite, and such battles as the ones that were fought on the shores of Troy” – Micheline Chevrier, director
Anti-war and Family central themes in Geordie 2014 shows: THE ILIAD and THE ODYSSEY Montreal-For Immediate Distribution The Iliad and The Odyssey Two of the Best Stories Ever Told | Deux des plus grandes histoires jamais racontées. The Iliad April 4-13, 2014 and The Odyssey May 9-18, 2014
Global News – With over 60,000 spectators per year, Mike Payette has some big shoes to fill as he takes over as artistic director of Geordie Productions. He sits down with Global Montreal’s Senior Anchor Jamie Orchard.
Global News – Three Superior Court judges, a handful of lawyers, media representatives, and sports stars combine their stage talents for A Christmas Carol, a special fundraiser for Geordie Productions.
A preview of Hana’s Suitcase on CBC All in a Weekend: the story of a suitcase from Auschwitz that ended up at the Tokyo inspired a radio documentary and a book. Now, it’s been brought to the stage for children.