Artistic Director Dean Patrick Fleming has commissioned a new holiday play from award-winning playwright Marcus Youssef (“Jabber”, “Winners and Losers”) to challenge our prejudices, embrace our city’s diversity, and open a space for dialogue to include Montreal’s youth as we explore and navigate our differences.
The True But Not Entirely Reasonable Holiday Fable of Chloe Rebecca Ramadan, Aged 9 4/5
by Marcus Youssef
directed by Dean Patrick Fleming
a new commission, developed with the help of Playwrights’ Workshop Montreal
December 5th – 14th, 2014
At Centaur Theatre, 453 St. Francois-Xavier, Montreal, QC H2Y 2T1
Tickets: $18.50 adults; $14.50 children; $16.50 students and seniors
About the play
Chloe’s parents have just divorced and she’s about to experience her first holiday season split between two homes, two families, and three religions. And just when she thinks that things couldn’t get any more confusing, she discovers the ghost of her grandmother has moved in to her bedroom. Funny, thoughtful and heartwarming, Chloe’s Choice is a holiday fable for the whole family – no matter what your beliefs are.
Join us in this moving celebration of different stories, voices and beliefs as we reflect on the beauty of what makes us different – and the strength of what we all have in common. We invite you to support Geordie Productions in celebrating the beauty of our entire Montreal community.
Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014 at 12:30pm
at Centaur Theatre, 453 St. Francois-Xavier, Montreal, QC H2Y 2T1
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Tickets at www.geordie.ca or call the box office at 514 845 9810