The Witches by Amy Preston-Samson
This week, we have a story from Amy Preston-Samson, PhD candidate and first-time storyteller. She told this story for the 6th anniversary of Confabulation Montreal. Our theme that night was, Now we are six — stories of childhoods lost and found.
Amy developed this story after working in a group workshop which inspired Montreal’s own Confab Story lab. If you’re interested in taking a public workshop, you can get more info here.
This episode also featured Bonnie Harnden – she’s an Associate Professor and practicum coordinator, in Drama Therapy, and Creative Arts Therapies at Concordia University in Montreal.
Happy Fall, Confabulators!
With all three Confabulations up and running after a summer break, we are thrilled to announce the long-awaited return of our Confabulation podcast on No More Radio! Every Wednesday, we will be releasing a story from one of our live shows, as well as some additional content to explore the themes and ideas spun out from the story.
This month, we launch with stories of self-sacrifice, loss, families and art, featuring a story from performer Sophie Post-Croteau about an incredible gift and the people who make us who we are. Take a listen here!
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It feels so good to be back in podcast form, folks. Thank you for your support, and see you soon.