By Chelsea Woolley
Aya, the lady adventurer - “not a princess because princesses are stuck up” - just wants to go home. She is a refugee and that means she is not from here. She’s tired of Canada, and wants to go back to her great and magical valley, far, far away. The only problem is, her dad won’t answer her phone calls, she’s broke, and the lonely boy she’s found to be her side-kick, doesn’t want to help. A beautiful and timely show for young people about fear, bullies, war, and the mountain we must climb together, as one, to find peace.
Directed by Arianna Bardesono
It was very well done, as well as entertaining. The acting, voices and accents, the set, sound, etc. were all up to the high standards that we associate with Geordie Theatre.
Thank you so much. This was my first experience with Geordie Productions but it will not be my last. Keep up the good work. Cheers!
Geordie has just finished performing The Mountain. It was spectacular! The teaches and students loved it! I truly do not think Geordie Productions knows how to fail...every year, every performance is stupendous! Thank you so much for doing what you do.
The Mountain has traveled across Quebec, Ontario and the Maritimes. Over 7 months the play will have traveled an average of 35,000 km being performed to more than 15,000 kids.