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Replay Storytelling presents Fast Forward

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Bite sized true tales in two minutes or less, in support of the Parkdale Community Food Bank!

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For the fourth year, we are excited to bring you a night of bite sized true tales two minutes or less, as we present Fast Forward!

This night of tiny true tales is presented in collaboration with the Toronto Storytelling Festival, and as we've done year after year all profits from this show will be donated to a local charity in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

This year, we've chosen to support the Parkdale Community Food Bank. their mission is to ensure access to barrier free food, with choice, dignity and respect for all. No questions asked, they provide food to anyone who seeks assistance from our program. They believe that access to high quality, healthy food is a human right.

Do you have a tiny true tale you want to tell at this show? Sign up here! (Deadline: Monday, May 3rd.)

Tickets are PWYC (Pay what you can), with a suggested donation of $15.

If you can't afford to buy a ticket, please know that we will broadcast the show live on YouTube.

This show will be presented entirely online. There are limited number of tickets available — the link will be emailed to you the day of the show.

About Replay Storytelling:

Replay Storytelling is a safe and open space where we share true, personal and vulnerable moments. These are lived experiences — true stories replayed from the memories we hold.

Each month we pick a theme, invite anyone to submit a true, personal story about a lived experience, then choose six people to share those moments.

Replay welcomes everyone to submit a story – experienced and new storytellers alike. We encourage and support new storytellers, prioritizing BIPOC and LGBTQAI+2S performers and their stories, giving them a chance to step into the spotlight.

Replay Storytelling began in 2016. Since then, the show has become an integral and welcome part of the Toronto, Canadian, and global storytelling communities. We have collaborated with CBC Radio and The Doc Project, Storytelling Toronto, the Toronto Storytelling Festival, and Ryerson University Global Learning.

In 2020, Replay Storytelling founded the world’s first 24-hour True Storytelling Festival, bringing together over 120 storytellers from around the world who shared personal true stories from their own lived experiences.

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