leigh-anne kehler storytellerLeigh-Anne Kehler is an internationally acclaimed professional storyteller as well as a playwright and actor.   She has toured to many parts of the globe and has been invited twice to Canada’s National Art Centre.  Her unique voice has been enjoyed at many festivals including The Toronto International Storytelling Festival, The Yukon International Storytelling Festival, Manitoba’s International Peace Storytelling Festival, and Denmark’s Words to Stage Festival.




This Just In!!!  Leigh-Anne will be performing part live and part pre-recorded, with financial assistance from the SafeAtHomeMB program!

February 19, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28

Catch the show from youtube or from her facebook page

Go to LAK Great Canadian Storyteller





In Spring of 2019, Leigh-Anne toured Saskatchewan for three weeks with the Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Council’s Junior and Family concerts series, as well as northern Ontario as one of two selected storyteller’s through the Storyteller’s of Canada and the Toronto Dominion Children’s Book Week.

Leigh-Anne’s plays have been performed/commissioned by Theatre Projects MB, Prairie Theatre Exchange’s Carol Shields Festival and the Northern Light Theatre in Edmonton.  In addition to these professional productions she’s created eighteen hit Fringe Festival plays, many of which garnering 4 and 5 STAR reviews, sold out runs and Best of Festival honours.  With financial assistance from the Manitoba Arts Council, Leigh-Anne recently wrote and performed in O(phelia), for the 2020 RMTC Shakespearefest.  The play was nominated for an Evie (Winnipeg Theatre Award) for best new work and is being developped into a full–length work titled Gertrude and Ophelia.

For twenty-two years, Leigh-Anne has led workshops and created unique residencies within the province of MB.  Please see Curriculum Vitae (???) for more information. 

Winnipeg Sun

“The sold out audience rose to their feet….Leigh-Anne Kehler is able to craft sadness and hilarity in a single moment, simultaneously.”

4 STARS for Tales My Mother Never Told Me

Winnipeg Sun

Winnipeg Free Press

“If you wish to be transported, totally entertained and excited—be here. Exquisite!”

4.5 STARS for Fire Women

Lisa Campbell, Winnipeg Free Press