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Britta B.

Rebel with a Rhyme – Virtual or In-Person Performance

How do you find your voice and turn it into a career? In her performance, Britta B. uses poetry performance and conversation to discuss how she came to recognize her voice through spoken word poetry and turned it into her career. Her talk explores themes of identity, diversity, women’s empowerment, and resiliency as a platform for creative and thriving communities.

Booking Details
School In-Person Performance Fee: $1,525.00 + HST
Audience Size: 400
School Virtual Performance Fee: $1,158.00 + HST
Audience Size: 500
Personalized Workshop: $670 + HST - Contact us for more details
Grades: 4-12
Language: English
Availability: By request, please contact us
Curriculum Connections
Equity & Inclusion
Cross Curricular Connections
Experiential Learning
Teacher Resources
Study Guide
Wires That Sputter
Tech requirements: one microphone with a stand (wireless preferred)
About Britta B.
Britta Badour, better known as Britta B., is an award winning artist, spoken word poet, performer, emcee, voice talent and mentor. Her debut poetry collection, Wires that Sputter, was just published by McClelland & Stewart in Canada and the USA. In 2021, Britta was announced Toronto Arts Foundation’s Emerging Artist and COCA Lecturer of the Year. Her work has been featured in print, in sound and onstage across North America. As an educator, Britta facilitates artist-training seminars, poetry workshops and social justice programs. Britta holds a Creative Writing MFA from the University of Guelph and is a professor of spoken word performance at Seneca College.