“…masterfully blends naturalistic dialogue, poetic lyricism and magic realism. Concord Floral is an ensemble choral piece that packs a theatrical and emotional punch.” NOW Toronto
- Written by Jordan Tannahill
- Originally created by Erin Brubacher, Cara Spooner and Jordan Tannahill
- Directed by Erin Brubacher and Cara Spooner
NAC English Theatre Presentation
Suburban Beast (Toronto)
There are no latecomers admitted to this performance. Patrons leaving the Studio during the performance will not be re-admitted.
Something happened at the Concord Floral greenhouse. Nobody talks about it – until two girls uncover the horrifying secret. Now havoc has been unleashed, forcing ten teenagers to flee a mysterious plague they’ve brought upon themselves. Featuring ten young Ottawa actors, Concord Floral is a supernatural cellphone thriller with alternating kicks of conscience, cruelty, denial and morality. One of Canada’s fastest-rising artists, Governor General’s Award-winning playwright Jordan Tannahill takes us to a surreal and gothic suburbia. This new work is a highly entertaining Canadian tale.
Did you know?
Jordan Tannahill, 26, grew up in the suburbs of Ottawa. He was recently named one of the top ten Canadian artists of 2014 by The Globe and Mail and was the recipient of 2014 John Hirsch Director’s Award.
Contains strong language and mature themes.