Adam Bryk

Jordan M. Burns


Jordan M. Burns (he/they) is a Disabled, Indigenous, multidisciplinary artist mainly based in Tkaronto. As a proud honours graduate of Humber College’s Theatre Performance program, Jordan has explored many roles within the theatre industry. Working as a director, producer, puppeteer, actor, and playwright, Jordan always has a project they are itching to work on. Currently, Jordan serves as a co-founding artistic director with Third Wheel Theatre Co. Some of his favourite credits include The Cat in the Hat (dir. S. Prelletz), The Echoes II: Pigeon Pie (dir. M. Wodzinska)Vermilion (dir. G. Kosmidis), Not_ALL.? (dir. S. Robinson), and infinity Machine (dir. S. Moore). Committed to a comprehensive artistic practice, Jordan is currently pursuing his master’s degree in theatre at York University. Jordan is elated to be a member of Tarragon Theatre’s Young Playwrights Unit cohort for 2021.