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Leigh-Anne Kehler has been working as a professional story for 18 years. Her programs include
Around the World and Back Again, A Compilation of Folktales taken from her many travels throughout Asia and Eastern Europe.
The Adventures of Braveface, Licorice Boy and Little Leigh, Stories of growing up on a lively farm in Southern Manitoba
Fire Women, Stories of Women Who've Walked through Fire for the Ones they Love
Leigh-Anne has created several solo productions, which currently are on tour including The Man Who Couldn't Die (formerly The Final Hour). This show is typically performed in Hospital settings and was invited to the National Arts Centre by the Ottawa Storytellers.
Prairie Theatre Exchange, Theatre Projects Manitoba and Northern Light Theatre in Edmonton have professionally produced her stage plays. She has created/performed a total of 18 Fringe festival plays, many of which garnered Best of Fest. honours and has received 38 grants over 26 years from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council and the Winnipeg Arts Council to develop works for theatre, original storytelling pieces and film.
In 2019, Leigh-Anne toured for the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Council's Junior Concert Series and was one of the SC-CC selected storytellers for Children's Book Week. She recently wrote and produced a one act play, O(phelia), which was nominated for a Winnipeg Theatre Award as best new work.