Teaching languages: English
Christine Bissonnette is an Acadian writer, voice and performance teacher, and children’s entertainer originally from Nova Scotia. She received her bachelor’s degree in theatre and creative writing from UNB and has since trained extensively in voice (Linklater), breath (Middendorf), and performance with some of Canada’s most innovative teachers in the industry. She is a passionate performer and has shared her narrative pieces on stages across Vancouver, including as the featured poet at the Vancouver Poetry Slam at the beginning of 2018. As a teacher, she is interested in belonging and how sound and movement can build community.
Workshops can be designed to suit the school, classroom, or current thematic projects.
Suitable for grades 5-12
Maximum 30 students per class
Poetry, voice, breath, embodied movement
School District Availability:
Vancouver, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Richmond and surrounding areas.