But That's Another Story - Festival Favourites

But That's Another Story - Festival Favourites

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No Fixed Address Productions
Created by the company
60 minutes

Fringe veterans Christel Bartelse and Briane Nasimok have put together an hour-long storytelling show starring some of your favourite Fringe performers from the past, including Tracey Erin Smith ("Burning Bush"), Chris Gibbs ("Like Father, Like Son?"), and Colin Mochrie ("Whose Line Is It Anyway").

Christel and Briane have co-hosted and co-produced their highly acclaimed, monthly series, “But That’s Another Story” for the last 16 months, starting at the Free Times Café and moving online for the past year, and now they bring their hit series to the Fringe.

A variety of stories about performances past.


Christel Bartelse and Briane Nasimok
Christel Bartelse
Chris Gibbs
Colin Mochrie
Briane Nasimok
Tracey Erin Smith
Poster Art
Michelle Urbano

Accessibility information

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Land acknowledgement

Christel and Briane would like to thank and acknowledge the original stewards of this land that we occupy as settlers - and where this event is produced.

Toronto or T’karonta, is the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishinaabeg, the Chippewa, the Haaudenosaunee Confederation, and the Wendat peoples, and is now and always will be the home of many diverse First Nations, Inuit, and Metis people.

We recognize that Toronto is covered by the Dish with One Spoon Treaty. This treaty bound the Anisinabeg, Mississaugas, and Haudenosauneee Confederation to share and protect the land.

Subsequent Indigenous Nations and peoples, Europeans, and all newcomers have been invited into this treaty in the spirit of peace, friendship, and respect.

Content advice

Not recommended for persons under 14 years of age

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