On March 23rd 2019, Confabulation will offer a single-day workshop in Victoria, BC.
In this workshop, we will work on the basics of true-life storytelling. Learn how to generate story ideas, plot scenes, employ sensory details, pinpoint the perfect ending, and perform in front of an audience.
Date: Saturday March 23rd.
Time: 10am to 2pm.
*More information coming soon!
HOW TO REGISTER
If you would like take this workshop, email [email protected]
Just write “The Confab Story Lab” in the subject line, and include the following information about you:
- Full name
- Email address
- Mailing address
- Phone number
- Any questions you might have!
Storytelling is a transferable skill-set, a great asset when expressing complicated or personal ideas. Whether you’re applying for a job, delivering a presentation, or working on a team, storytelling is an excellent way to build strong connections between you, your subject matter, and your audience. Beyond simply proving your point, a great story serves as a touchstone—the critical entry point for your audience.
Oral storytelling is amongst the oldest forms of human expression—and in today’s world, it’s hard not to notice the re-emergence of autobiographical storytelling. Live shows and podcasts such as The Moth, Risk, or Canada’s own Confabulation are all contributing to the re-popularization of oral storytelling.
ABOUT THE TEACHER
Matt Goldberg is the Founder and Executive Director of Confabulation, a Montreal-based non-profit dedicated to the art and craft of true-life storytelling. He has hosted the Montreal Confabulation show since its founding in 2010. Matt is a Montreal-based comedian, writer, actor and storyteller—he is also a Founder and feature performer with Uncalled For, an award-winning Canadian sketch and improv comedy group based in Montreal and Toronto.
He has performed at all three Confabulation shows (Montreal, Toronto, Victoria), and at other shows in Canada: This Really Happened, Yarn, CBC Books and Just for Laughs. He hosts the Confabulation Podcast, and teaches English literature and storytelling at Vanier College in Montreal.