Jean Bubba is a frequent teller at the 1001 Friday Nights of Storytelling. She has written, produced and starred in several one-woman shows, namely “Serendipity at Fifty” at the Toronto Fringe, “The Wedding Ghost,” and “The Scorned Women Tea Party” at last year’s Storyfire. She has participated in marathon storytelling productions of the Iliad, the Odyssey, and the Metamorphosis of Ovid, and has told biblical stories at Gospel of Mark at Christ Church Cathedral in Hamilton, Ontario. She has been a featured teller of personal stories at Dare Storytelling and High Stakes Storytelling this past year. Michelle Rumball has toured extensively across Canada, much of it by rail, playing to prison guards, drunken snowboarders, university professors, baby-adopting nuns – and anyone else in the lounge car. She’s played country music, musicals, church music, funerals, weddings, and was once paid to sing like a chicken. She has made a place for herself in Toronto’s busy music scene. In 2001, she released her debut solo album, Terrain, which was well-received by both musicians and critics.