March 21-30, 2025

Centaur Theatre
453 Saint François-Xavier, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1

Written by Yvette Nolan
Directed by Jimmy Blais
Recommended for Ages 6+

Directed by Jimmy Blais, Jordan is a play that depicts Jordan River Anderson as a superhero. Awakening in a hospital, Jordan discovers newfound abilities to speak and move, guided by his animated teddy bear, Maskwa. The story addresses the healthcare challenges faced by Indigenous children, highlighting the significance of Jordan’s Principle in ensuring equal healthcare for First Nations youth. Jordan represents hope and resilience, reflecting the broader struggle for justice within Indigenous communities.

Tickets on-sale at a later date.

Themes and Concepts

➜   Standing Up for Yourself and Others

➜   Indigenous and Disability Justice

➜   Community Care


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For Educators

Bookings are open for our mainstage matinees! Book your field trip today.

All performances are presented at
Centaur Theatre

453 Saint Francois Xavier St
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T2

Getting Here:

By metro: Place d’Armes
By bus: 35, 61, 55, 129, 
By car: Street parking

Cast and Team

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