Geordie’s landmark 2Play School Tour runs from September to April performing in schools all over Montreal and travelling across Quebec, Ontario and the Maritimes. From the Îles de la Madeleine to Chibougamau, Geordie brings professional live theatre into schools, community centres and libraries.

Each Season…

35,000 km






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. See below to check out which shows are available to be performed in a gym, auditorium, theatre or even cafeteria near you!
Live-Streaming and Homeschool options for the 2Play Tour are available. Please contact our Schools Liaison Caite for more information.

Technical requirements

To bring a 2Play show to your school, all we need is:

  • A place to perform (in your gym, cafeteria, auditorium, etc.) that is a minimum of 20 feet wide by 20 feet deep, and a minimum of 10 feet in height.
  • Access to outlets to plug in for power
  • Three chairs and a table


We have our own sound and projection system, and can use whatever lights you have available in the space (even if they’re just fluorescents).

Please note, however, that if you would like us to perform in an auditorium or theatre with stage lighting, we will need a technician to show us around and provide access to your equipment.

The shows on tour

What if

By Katey Hoffman
Directed by Amanda Kellock

October 2022-April 2023

Audience : Primary/Elementary School

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. In the sick room, Nicky can enjoy her routine in peace and quiet – but when Milo, a rambunctious boy with diabetes, comes barreling into her life, Nicky’s peace and quiet turns to chaos!

At first, these polar opposites’ worlds collide, but as time goes on, cautious Nicky and adventurous Milo both come to discover they may have more to learn from each other than they think.


By Gillian Clarke
Directed by Jimmy Blais

October 2022-April 2023

Audience : high school/CÉGEP

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 a self described 16 year old girl interrupt her school’s production of Romeo and Juliet to declare that something about its definition of love feels inadequate? Gill is processing the death of her Grandma, her parents’ impending divorce, and that she has been cast as the minor role of Balthazar in R and J, while her crush, Qasim, is cast as Romeo.

POOF is about love, grief, change and how language can fall short of describe the ways in which we are feeling. It is about how sometimes, everything happens at once. It is about how illegible notes from a dying loved one might lead you to find a bit of what you are looking for in an unexpected place.

Touring Dates

Montreal area

November 28-December 23,
January 9-31,
February 1-10,
February 20-March 3,
March 13-17,
March 27-31,
April 3-14

Ottawa/Gatineau area

November 14-18

Quebec City area

November 14-18,
February 13-17


March 23-27

New Brunswick

November 7-10

Other areas

Please inquire!