Jeffrey Canton has, over the last three decades, shared original stories that dig deep into the strata of Toronto’s history as well as, with a little soft-shoe and a gay showtune or two, his own queer past. He’s a long-time member of the Queers in Your Ears storytelling collective. Most recently he appeared at the Hamilton Fringe with Marcus Peterson in “Coal from Hades: The Story of Les Mouches Fantastique” and as part of Myseum Intersections 2017 with “No More S#&%!”: Stories from the 1981 Toronto Bathhouse Raids” Eden Nameri’s renditions of Bible stories and other classic tales incorporate a mixture of traditional and original interpretation, as well as plenty of personal perspective. Eden studied storytelling in New York with Diane Wolkstein. Rico Rodriguez is a storyteller, and a percussionist. He’s a founding member of Queers in Your Ears. He tells folktales, fairytales, fables and legends from the rich and diverse Latino and Hispanic cultures. He also writes original stories about his own Queer experience as well fictional tales based on the lives of LGBTQ Latinx people. He tells in Spanish, English and in Spanglish. His storytelling presentation is energetic and highly participatory.