Speak Truth of the Dead

Supper's Ready

In Speak the Truth of the Dead, storyteller Jennifer Ansell-Clark tells the tales of a few friends, enemies, family members and possible saints, as she remembers them; for both their faults and their triumphs. We all wonder about our own mortality and how the passing of those we love (or detest) will affect us. Through the stories of the departed, Jennifer faces the questions that affect us all: When we die, what will become of us, and what will be left behind?

Performances on April 11th & 12th at 8PM.

This performance is also a fundraiser and half the proceeds will be given to the Oncology Pivot Nurses Fund of the Jewish General Hospital. These wonderful nurses have been the rocks anchoring many a person's journey through battling cancer and they more than deserve our love and support.

For those who cannot attend, please consider using the PayPal link below to contribute to the fund for these wonderful nurses.



  • Friday 11 April 2014 / 20:00
  • Saturday 12 April 2014 / 20:00

45 minutes
Pas de retardataires / No latecomers

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