Confabulation (March)

Confabulation

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Confabulation is a unique storytelling event in Montreal, Toronto and Victoria where all the stories told are true. They are honest accounts presented without notes, props, or gimmicks. The show hopes to encourage the practice and art of storytelling in this contemporary world.

Produced by actor, storyteller and comedian Matt Goldberg and his brilliant team of producers, co-hosts and storytellers, Confabulation brings you a showcase of unique, true tales told live by the people who lived them.

With Montreal’s Nuit Blanche fast approaching, Confabulation (MTL) is gearing up for our annual short story marathon. This year, as we have done for the last six years (SIX!!!), we’ll be compiling as many two-minute tales into one night as we possibly can. There will be seasoned performers, fresh talent, and people who just want to tell their story- in two minutes or less that is.

Whether you’ve been on the Confabulation stage before or this is the first time you’ve heard of us, send us your story pitch, and be part of this crazy and carnivalesque tradition.

One night only, March 4 at 8PM

Tickets are $10

Tickets are available:
At confabulation.ca
at the door the night of the event.

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Saturday 4 March 2017 / 20:00

150 minutes
Retardataires / Latecomers : 150 minutes

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