This is a pressed bruise. This is Greta Garbo's smile. This is the smell of Windex. Declarations is an imperfect chronicle of a life lived; a body pulled through time, encountering meteorological phenomenon, mythology, political calamity, pop culture, and everyday happenstance along the way. Written in the wake of his mother's terminal cancer diagnosis, Tannahill's Declarations is a staggering archive of sensations, memories, and voices asserting that here lived, for a time, a woman.
Jordan Tannahill is an Ottawa-born, London UK-based playwright and filmmaker. His work has been presented at major theaters and festivals across Canada and internationally.
Jordan Tannahill is an Ottawa-born, London UK-based playwright and filmmaker. His work has been presented at major theatres and festivals across Canada and internationally. He won the Governor General's Award for Drama in 2014 for Age of Minority and was shortlisted for the prize again in 2016 for Concord Floral. From 2012-2016 he ran the alternative art space Videofag with William Ellis out of their home, a former barbershop in Toronto's Kensington Market.