Geordie is a multi-disciplinary performing artist and creator from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. He is also one of the most active producers and directors in Atlantic Canadian theatre. With a keen ability to engage with fellow artists of any age, identity, or background, while promoting togetherness and teamwork, Geordie has a reputation as a strong mentor for young people, and a consummate collaborator for seasoned arts professionals. Geordie has produced and directed theatre productions at The Guild, Neptune Theatre, and the Rebecca Cohn. He has an intense love for East Coast Canadian music & culture, evident in his productions of Stan Rogers: A Matter of Heart and Singalong Jubilee. Most recently he co-wrote and directed Could I Have This Dance? – a new musical featuring the hits of Anne Murray, which tells a true story surrounding the history of forced adoptions and homes for unwed mothers in Canada.

 

As an actor and singer, Geordie has performed on stages across Canada. He originated the lead role in Jukebox Hero – The Musical at the Ed Mirvish Theatre in Toronto in 2019. His acting career first began in the film and television industry, leading to many noteworthy credits including a supporting role in Jodi Picoult’s “The Tenth Circle” alongside the late Kelly Preston.

 

Geordie has also enjoyed a second career as a community outreach worker and youth care practitioner. He is passionate about working with youth and families from high-risk and marginalized communities. He considers himself a lifelong learner and holds certifications from the Canadian Centre for Diversity & Inclusion, Pride at Work Canada, Indigenous Awareness Canada, and participated in the Canadian Red Cross’ Prevention In Motion workshop.

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