Upcoming Performances

“Sage Tyrtle’s stories are drawn from the deep bittersweet – much laughter, many tears. She could make you laugh on a tour bus to Hell.” – Dan Yashinsky, storyteller, founder Toronto Storytelling Festival

April 2018

April 21, 1 PM: International Children’s Day

As part of International Children’s Day, I’ll be telling folktales to children. Stick around until 5 PM, there are lots of tremendous performers.

Children representing the cultural mosaic of Toronto will come together and celebrate the day with shows, folk dances and share their folk music. The program will consist of a variety of entertaining shows. Fun-fair activities such as clowns, face painting, popcorn and cotton candy stations, balloon sculpting and multicultural art shows by the communities will also take place where children have the opportunity to interact with each other, enjoy the day and make friends all while being integrated to the highly cultural diversity found in Canada.

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Nathan Phillips Square
100 Queen West (just west of Bay)
Toronto, ON

“Your storytelling was a tour de force and the characters became so alive in my imagination. Thank you for showing us another way to tell stories.” – June Brown, storyteller

April 17, 8 PM: Laugh in the Face of Fear
This show starts with some courageous audience members trying some short, fun improv scenes with our all-stars. Then special guest Sage Tyrtle will tell a brand new story, and an amazing cast of improvisers will create hilarious comedy based off it.

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Pay What You Can
Social Capital Theatre
154 Danforth Avenue (2nd floor)
Toronto, ON

May 2018

May 10, 8 PM: Plundercats
Storytellers Sage Tyrtle and Ben Soper tell true stories, which are then hijacked by professional comedians.

Featuring:
Rob Baker (Mantown)
Andrea Marston (Second City)
Kyah Green (Bad Dog Featured Players)
Cameron Algie (S&P Comedy)
Rob Norman (RN and Cawls)

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Tickets: $10 ($15 at the door) – buy here
Social Capital Theatre
154 Danforth Avenue (2nd floor)
Toronto, ON

May 24, 7:30 PM: High Stakes Storytelling
What is High Stakes Storytelling? A group of people listening to true stories – the kind with something enormous at risk. Stories curated by Sage Tyrtle.

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Facebook Event
free
192 Spadina Avenue (just north of Queen)
Toronto, ON