Late Company 2019


What an incredible journey it has been. Thank you to our loyal advertisers for your unwavering support through the years. To the Jewish General Hospital MINDSTRONG, Elizabeth Wiener, Sharon Singer, Nancy Rubin, The Segal Centre for Performing Arts, Stephen Maclean Rogers, Jean-Marc LeBlanc, Michael Sinnott, the fabulous front of house staff, the Montreal theatre community, the brilliantly talented playwright Jordan Tannahill and our volunteers, we are forever grateful for your contribution to the success of this production. And, of course, the entire cast and crew of Late Company and d² productions would like to thank our beloved audience, for without you none of this would matter.

The conversation continued with the return of the award-winning Late Company by JordanTannahill, presented at The Segal Centre For Performing Arts featuring Helena Levitt, Steve Gillam, Leigh Ann Taylor, Daniel Gervais and Aidan Dmytriw. Produced and directed by Dale Hayes and Max Mehran, Poster Design by Matthew Perks. Tech Advisor: Dan Liboiron


Inspired by the real-life case of bullied teen Jamie Hubley who took his life in Ottawa in 2011, Late Company is a poignantly relevant contemporary story of forgiveness, culpability, and reprisal. Set over the course of one evening, a family, stricken by the loss of their son, Joel, who was severely bullied in high school and online primarily for his sexuality, attempts to build a bridge instead of placing blame. In part due to the minimal involvement from the school, Joel felt he had nowhere else to turn. The play delves into a myriad of issues ranging from teenage mental health, bullying, homophobia, teen suicide, the failure in providing an appropriate support system to someone in need, to the decomposition of two families trying to survive this tragedy.

Performance Dates: December 10-15, 2019

Late Company was produced by permission of the Playwright and Marquis Literary (Colin Rivers)

Late Company was first produced in 2013 by Suburban Beast and surface/underground theatre in the SummerWorks Performance Festival (Toronto).

This was a Canadian Actor’s Equity Association production under the Artists’ Collective Policy.

We are honoured that MINDSTRONG, a Jewish General Hospital program that creates fundraising events for mental health awareness and services in collaboration with the JGH Auxiliary has partnered with us on this project. On Thursday December 12, 8pm., MINDSTRONG hosted a successful fundraiser to help raise funds to benefit youth psychiatry at The Jewish General Hospital. Their support and their trust in our work motivated us to help spread Jordan Tannahill’s anti-bullying message to as many individuals as possible.

photo credit: James Douglas

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