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Ann McDougall is a storyteller, actor and artist. Her work has been featured at the Toronto Festival of Storytelling, the Red Festival, Toronto Arts Week and on CBC Radio. She is also the co-curator of the multi-disciplinary storytelling series SPEAK. Ann’s storytelling style is frequently very visual. She designs puppets, masks and storybooks for Tinderbox Theatre and has created experimental shadow puppetry for the Puppetmongers Fresh Ideas in Puppetry Day, Bala Ave. Community School and Todmorden Mills Museum. She is currently working on a large-scale storytelling piece called Sugar Sand, funded by a grant from the Ontario Arts Council.

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