Upcoming Performances

I am once again deeply touched by Sage’s story and her way of telling. She is a story wizard.” – Elif Barut, audience member


December 2019

December 4: Replay Storytelling
I’ll be performing at Replay Storytelling on December 4. A night of all-true, personal stories of All In The Family, stories from the people who made us and the people we’ve chosen.

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Tickets $10
1184 Bloor Street West (just west of Dufferin)
Toronto, ON

January 2020

January 21: Breakout
I’ll be performing a BRAND NEW improvised folktale. You get to be part of the story! Each Breakout show features a combination of performer jams, open scenes, shortform improv games, troupes, experiments, you name it; there’s something new and exciting each week.

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Tickets $5:click here to buy
Bad Dog Theatre
875 Bloor Street West (5 minute walk from Ossington Station)
Toronto, ON

March 2020

March 13: Toronto Storytelling Festival, 1001 Friday Nights at the Festival
In collaboration with the Toronto Storytelling Festival,1001 Friday Nights of Storytelling – North America’s longest-running storytelling series – celebrates the 41st Festival and visiting tellers.

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March 15, 6 PM: Put Down Your Weapons

In this triumphant brand new fairy tale, Sage Tyrtle weaves the story of a village crushed under the despotic rule of a malevolent King. The village begins to work together for its freedom in the strangest way imaginable. It couldn’t happen in OUR reality… or could it? Intertwining dreams and truth, this exciting and timely tale will have you believing in the astounding power of simple acts of bravery.

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Tranzac Club – Main Hall
292 Brunswick Street (10 minute walk from Bathurst Station)
Toronto, ON


March 25: Workshop – Make Folktales Come Alive
Using high energy, interactive games, professional storyteller Sage Tyrtle works with you to create compelling, memorable folktale characters your audience will love.

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Registration: TBA
A Different Booklist
779 Bathurst Street (5 minute walk from Bathurst Station)
Toronto, ON

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