FOOL - festival of oral literatures is pleased to invite you to a FOOL in the House concert on December 11 featuring the great French storyteller Bruno de la Salle. He will be telling in French and English. Bruno is the founder/director of the Conservatoire contemporain de Littérature Orale. His passion, throughout more than forty years of storytelling, has been re-discovering the world's epic traditions. He is in Canada touring a performance of the Odyssey (on December 10, at Toronto Reference Library). He is also an extraordinary teller of folktales, original stories, and his own history of becoming a storyteller and singer-of-tales. His book Le Conteur Amoureux is a superb account of his philosophy, storytelling journey, and repertoire.
For more information about Bruno de la Salle, please visit: http://www.clio.org/-Biographie-.html.
Seating is limited - please call to reserve a seat.
Tickets: $20 at the door
19 Kenwood Avenue
3 blocks west of Bathurst, just north of St. Clair
(best parking is in the lot just as you head north).
TTC: St. Clair West streetcar to Vaughan, then walk one block west to Kenwood.
Gather at 7:30, performance at 8 pm.
For more information: 416-654-1542
FOOL in the House is a program of FOOL - festival of oral literatures (www.foolfestival.ca), which is produced by The Tellery (tellery.com) and GirlCanCreate (girlcancreate.com). Please keep your ears to the e-ground for information about future FOOL in the House concerts.