2Play School Tour - Geordie Theatre
Geordie's landmark 2Play School Tour

We Come To You

Geordie's popular 2Play School Tour runs from September to April performing in schools all over Montreal as well as traveling 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, traveling an average of 28,000 km each season and performing over 200 times to more than 40,000 students. 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 (Teacher's Study Guide).

Touring in 2019-2020


Recommended Ages: 5 to 12 years
World Premiere

By Alexandria Haber
Directed by Zach Fraser
Developed in partnership with Playwrights’ Workshop Montreal

Touring throughout Quebec, Ontario, and the Maritimes
September 2019 - April 2020

Darya is worried. Even though her settlement has strict rules about wasting water, their water supply has gotten dangerously low. Not one to sit by idly when there is a problem that needs solving, Darya sets out with her divining rod (magic water finding stick) and best friend, Nix, to find a new water source. Along the way they encounter more than they expected and discover that there’s a whole lot more to water than they ever realized.

The Water Chronicles is a playful examination of our relationship with water and the impact this has on our environment. It asks questions: Who owns water? What happens when we don’t respect water? How can we make a difference in avoiding the very real possibility of a water crisis? In an imaginative and fun way, the play explores the many ways that water impacts our lives and how small changes (and small kids!) and can make a big difference.


Recommended Ages: 13+
World Premiere

By Michaela Di Cesare
Directed by Sophie Gee
Developed in partnership with Playwrights’ Workshop Montreal

Touring throughout Quebec, Ontario, and the Maritimes
September 2019 - April 2020

Olive wants to research a string of assaults at bus stops in her neighbourhood for the school paper. Unfortunately, she’s grounded and spends all her free time working at her parents’ deli under their watchful supervision. Olive’s best friend T-Star (née Tanya) is growing impatient with this arrangement and starts to withdraw from the friendship. Vincent, an aspiring forensic scientist on the autism spectrum, befriends Olive and promises to help her crack the case.

Fear of Missing Out is a beautiful coming-of-age play that looks at the tough choices facing teens today; a contemporary tale that honestly navigates conversations and realities of consent, cultural identity, and independence.

Please note that the themes / events addressed in this play are not represented explicitly and are referred to with respect to the subject matter and to whom anyone may relate.

Cross-curriculum connections:
Conservation, environment, teamwork, compassion, morality and ethics, ownership.
Cross-curriculum connections:
Cultural identity, self-identity, compassion, career planning, consent, adolescence, peer pressure, healthy relationships, diversity, critical thinking, work ethic, parental pressure, agency.

Technical Information

Run Time: Approx. 1 hour (including Q & A with artists)
Minimum Performance Area: 20'W x 20’L x 10’H
Duration in space: 3 hours (setup/show/strike)
Audience capacity: 300


We come to you! Host a performance in your gym, auditorium, theatre, or even your cafeteria!
Free Teacher Study Guide available.

Early Bird Special – Book by June 29th for savings off of the regular booking rate.


For more information or to book a performance, please contact:


Willow Cioppa - Schools Liaison