Anna Kerz is an accomplished storyteller with a wide repertoire of tales that touch the heart and tickle the funny bone. She is known for her personal stories, many of which tell about her early years as an immigrant child in the Kensington Market. She tells to listeners of all ages in schools and libraries, at community gatherings and at various festivals.
Laurie Malabar believes stories are essential to open our imaginations and to create the foundations for literacy. She has delighted audiences of all ages in schools, libraries and at community art events including the Toronto Storytelling Festival.
June Brown enjoys telling lively tales and loves using humour and audience participation to connect with her listeners young and old. She has told in therapeutic settings, schools, libraries, at community events and festivals.