SAVE THE DATE: next show Mon Oct 24th, GHOST Stories + **in person**

16 May

I mean… hopefully we won’t be in 12th wave by then.

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THANK YOU to everyone who came to our last online show. WHAT a smasher!!! In the top 3 of best shows we’ve ever had. Want to see it for yourself? You can watch the replay here.

Next show Monday May 16th! **ONLINE** — Toronto International Storytelling Festival!

5 May

Tickets PWYC from https://artery.is/showcases/may2022

Heyyyyyy 6th wave! Toronto’s biggest storytelling show is back again — online and into your living room! This is a “best of” from far away guests who told stories at the online shows (with a brand new story thrown in to mix things up). In partnership with The Toronto International Storytelling Festival!

**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:
https://artery.is/showcases/may2022

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

DETAILS:

Mon May 16th @ 7:30pm—9pm ET / 4.30–6pm PT
On Zoom — info on how to join sent when you get a ticket.

Storytellers:
Jeff Harry (Oakland, CA)
Olwen Wilson (Waterloo, ON)
Khan Ramkeesoon (Long Beach, CA)
Nick North (Salt Spring Island, BC)
And very special guest, The Philadelphia Orchestra’s Official Storyteller, Charlotte Blake Alston (Philadelphia, PA)


Hosted by me, Marsha from YesYesMarsha.com

ASL Interpretation will be provided!

If this show has taught me anything over the last 9 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 (PWYC): https://artery.is/showcases/may2022

SEE YOU ON Mon May 16th!

Spread the word!

xx (Yes Yes) Marsha

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*photo by Berkay Gumustekin of https://www.instagram.com/sberg.photo

Next show Monday May 16th — SAVE THE DATE!

25 Jan

Will we be in person? Will we be online? Only Ahtohallan COVID knows. But get emailed the details by joining our very infrequent mailing list, here:

http://www.yesyesmarsha.com/truestories

Show on Jan 24th moved online! Get tickets here

13 Jan

TICKETS : https://artery.is/showcases/jan2022

Anyone in Ontario — and most outside — will be un-shocked to hear that we had to move the Jan 24th show online. The exciting part about this is that I’ve been able to pull in some INCREDIBLE storytellers who wouldn’t be able to make it in person.

The online shows are a different kind of magic. Perhaps foolishly, I’m hoping this is our last online show, at least for a while, so come along! Get your Pay What You Can tickets here. Show details:

True Stories (Told Live) Toronto ONLINE Mon Jan 24th @ 7:30pm—9:30pm ET 

Storytellers:
Kerra Bolton
Adam Chen
Zabrina Douglas
Mohamed Osman Mohamed
and a story and a song from our musical guest Zachary Colangelo

Hosted by Marsha from http://www.yesyesmarsha.com

ASL Interpretation will be provided!

Tickets (Pay What You Can) from:
https://artery.is/showcases/jan2022

After the storytellers and producers are given an honorarium, all profits will be donated to support the Return Of The Black Madonna project

photo by Narciso Arellano of http://chicho.design

Next show IN PERSON!!! Mon Jan 24th @ The Garrison. We’re BACK!

6 Dec

SAVE THE DATE!!

We’re back and (double) vaxxed. Our first in-person show in two years! Save the date:

Mon Jan 24th, doors 7pm, show @ 7:30pm

The Garrison, 1197 Dundas St West @ Ossington (M6J 1X3)

More details as they come — if you’d like them sent straight to your inbox, then please join our very infrequent mailing list, here: yesyesmarsha.com/truestories

YAY!

xxyyMarsha

PS if your work for an organization and want some help with learning how to tell stories, communicate effectively and have a connected team, even when some are remote, take a look here: yesyesmarsha.com/lockdown

Next Show — Tues August 31st, 2021. Get tickets now!

18 May

Get your tickets, Pay What You Can, now! https://artery.is/showcases/july2021

Tues August 31st 2021

Dear ones, this is the last non-Ghost Stories show of 2021, possibly our last one online!!!

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: https://artery.is/showcases/july2021

These are PWYC with a suggested donation of $15CAD (but really, pay what you can) with ASL interpreters being paid, then 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.

DETAILS:
Tues August 31st @ 7:30pm—9pm ET / 4.30–6pm PT

On Zoom — info on how to join sent when you get a ticket.
Storytellers:
Jillian Welsh
Yvonne Ator
Christine Estima
Janeen Yusuf
Lara Wellman
Hosted by me, Marsha from http://www.yesyesmarsha.com

ASL Interpretation will be provided! I

f this show has taught me anything over the last 8 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 (PWYC): https://artery.is/showcases/july2021

SEE YOU ON Tues August 31st! Spread the word!

xxyyMarsha

Next show — May 15th! Ticket link here.

5 May

Get your Pay What You Can Ticket here:
https://artery.is/showcases/may2021

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True Stories (Told Live) Toronto ONLINE at the Toronto Storytelling Festival
Tues May 18th @ 7:30pm—9pm ET
As part of our Toronto Storytelling Festival show, we have storytellers from all over North America — San Diego, Buffalo, Long Beach, Seattle and some home grown talent from Toronto!
Storytellers:
Khan Ramkeesoon
Marlo K. Shaw
Misty Louie
Yvonne Ator
And very special guest Karima Amin from Prisoners are People Too, Inc.
Hosted by Marsha from http://www.yesyesmarsha.com
ASL Interpretation will be provided!
Tickets (Pay What You Can) from:
https://artery.is/showcases/may2021
A donation will be made to Karima’s non-profit, Prisoners Are People Too, Inc ((www.prp2.org)

Next show Tues May 18th online — TST at the TSF! Ticket link here

8 Apr

Our next show is a special one — as we’l be a part of the FIRST EVER Toronto Storytelling Festival ONLINE!!!

Details TBA, but get your Pay What You Can ticket here:

https://artery.is/showcases/may2021

More as it comes!

Next show — March 30th! Ticket link here.

22 Mar

Get your Pay What You Can Ticket here:
https://artery.is/showcases/march2021

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.

DETAILS:

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:
https://artery.is/showcases/march2021

ASL Interpretation will be provided!

Storytellers
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: https://artery.is/showcases/march2021

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

Facebook event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/325057258733338

Pic: Daniel Novykov via unsplash

 

Next show — Jan 26th! Ticket link here.

14 Jan

Get your Pay What You Can Ticket here:
https://artery.is/showcases/january2021

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.

DETAILS:

Tues Jan 26th @ 7:30pm—9pm ET / 4.30–6pm PT

On Zoom — info on how to join sent when you get a ticket. Buy tickets here:
https://artery.is/showcases/january2021

ASL Interpretation will be provided!

Storytellers
Ali Hassan
Lamia Gibson
Susan Kendal
Sunita Kosaraju
And special musical guest, David Berkeley

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: https://artery.is/showcases/january2021

SEE YOU ON Tues Jan 26th! Spread the word!

Facebook event link: https://www.facebook.com/events/325057258733338

Pic: Patrick Tomassio via unsplash
https://www.instagram.com/impatrickt