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About Titty Talks

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Titty Talks is much more than just a performance , it is a very personal and
emotional trip that was
undertaken by each of the women who have shared  their stories.
This process has been inspiring to witness, it is especially powerful to feel the great strength, courage and healing that has circled amongst the cast.

Christine Leger ~ artiste~
creator / producer / director


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Our Performance

Walking the edge between laughter and tears, Titty Talks takes us through the highs and lows that together celebrate all things “Woman”. Combining stories from women of various backgrounds and generations, this is a collaborative play about Bra Straps and Babies, as well as Coming Of Age, Survival, and Womanhood at its best.



We Premiered at the Black Sheep Inn in Wakefield on World Aids Day 2011,  and followed up with a performance in Ottawa at the Bronson Center on  December 3rd 2011.

The proceeds from the project were donated to CARE Canada and the Wakefield Grannies in support of those affected by HIV/AIDS.

This empowering show, bursting with humor and reality, promises to be a fun and educational evening for Women and the Men who love them.



Your Introduction



For more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview, or show ~ please contact:
Christine Leger at (819) 459-1296 or email

 christineleger@gmail.com







Announcements

  • The Low Down News 2015 Titty Talks write-up in The Low Down to Hull and Back News, April 15, 2015.CLICK ATTACHMENT BELOW FOR ARTICLE.
    Posted Apr 20, 2015, 7:05 AM by Paul Weston
  • CHUM FM 2013 Titty Talks on CHUM FM - December 1, 2013CLICK ATTACHMENT BELOW FOR AUDIO
    Posted Apr 16, 2015, 10:18 AM by Paul Weston
  • CTV Morning 2013 Titty Talks on CTV Morning Live - November 29, 2013CLICK HERE FOR VIDEO (from ctvnews.ca)
    Posted Mar 31, 2015, 4:39 PM by Paul Weston
  • 'Titty Talks' to benefit AIDS causes The event, with performers ranging from a midwife to a Shakespearean actress, benefits CARE Canada and the Wakefield Grannies to support people affected by HIV/ AIDS.Titty Talks premiered Thursday ...
    Posted Dec 9, 2011, 1:03 PM by Mr K. Bradford
  • Titty Talks in Wakefield, Quebec Boobies, tatas, bosoms, hooters, jugs. Whatever you want to call them, they are front and centre of the first-ev er “Titty Talks” performance Dec. 1. A collective of women ...
    Posted Dec 8, 2011, 6:17 AM by Mr K. Bradford
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