Next show — March 30th! Ticket link here.

22 Mar

Get your Pay What You Can Ticket here:

Toronto’s biggest storytelling show is back again — online and into your living room!

**ASL Interpretation provided**

Five storytellers will take you to places and live experiences you never thought possible (especially now!) and make you feel connected to other humans in a way that feels more essential now than ever.

This show will happen both on Zoom and you’ll need to get a ticket here.

These are PWYC with a suggested donation of $15CAD (but really, pay what you *can) with proceeds being split between the performers, producers and volunteer helpers whose income has been impacted by this pandemic, and with Anduhyaun, a shelter and housing program in Toronto that supports Indigenous women and children.


Tues March 30th @ 7:30pm—9pm ET / 4.30–6pm PT

On Zoom — info on how to join sent when you get a ticket. Buy tickets here:

ASL Interpretation will be provided!

Hisham Kelati
Khan Ramkeesoon
Karen Ward
Camari Carter-Hawkins
and a story and a song by Sean Sroka from Ten Kills The Pack

If this show has taught me anything over the last 7 years it’s that, in BANANAS times when everything feels uncertain and weird and sometimes terrifying, listening to stories together makes everything feel better.

The plan is to ask you to assemble at 7:25ish ET. If you can’t make it for the start of the show, you’ll be let onto the call as soon as the current storyteller has finished. As much as possible, it would be amazing if you can stay for the whole thing — and the stories I’ve lined up mean you’ll be glad you did.

Again, if you’d like to be on the Zoom call, please get a ticket here:

SEE YOU ON Tues March 30th! Spread the word!

Facebook event link:

Pic: Daniel Novykov via unsplash


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