Jordan Tannahill is a playwright, author, and director. His work frequently draws on queer and feminist politics, post-dramatic theatre, and mythology, and sits at the intersection between theatre and other disciplines, such as dance, new media, and relational art. He has been described as "the enfant terrible of Canadian theatre" by publications like The Walrus and Libération, and as being "widely celebrated as one of Canada’s most accomplished playwrights and all-round multidisciplinary artists” by The Toronto Star. His plays have been translated into ten languages. Jordan has won several Dora Mavor Moore Awards, as well two Governor General's Literary Awards for Drama for Age of Minority: Three Solo Plays in 2014 and for Botticelli in the Fire & Sunday in Sodom in 2018. His performance texts and productions have been presented at venues including at the Young Vic, Sadler's Wells, Festival d'Avignon, the Lincoln Center, the Volkstheater, the Deutsches Theatre, the Edinburgh International Festival, and on London's West End.