We all have stories to tell
About the Course
Storytelling is one of the simplest and perhaps most compelling forms of dramatic and imaginative activity. Storytelling is at the heart of compelling communication – the bridge to creating an emotional connection with an audience, and with each other. All of us can become engaging storytellers with a little practice. Join arts practitioner Tova Arbus in an exploration of storytelling, and begin to discover the storyteller in you.
Tova has been involved in the arts since childhood, and has participated in over 65 productions as an actor, director, producer, stage manager, technician and stage hand, working with multiple theatre companies and projects across the province.
She holds a BFA (hon) in Theatre Performance and Music (Laurentian University), and a Post-Graduate Certificate in Public Relations and Event Management (Sault College).
A student of the Alexander Technique, and Baby Clown graduate from The Manitoulin Conservatory for Creation and Performance , Tova remains an active theatre practitioner and voice within the Northern Ontario artistic communities.
She is a co-founder of the Fringe North Festival, and current President and Director of Community Engagement.