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Enfabulation – Histoires de peur

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  • Storytelling
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PHI Centre Espace A
315 Saint-Paul St West
Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2A3

Doors: 7:30 pm
Event: 8 pm

Price in advance: $20.25
Price at the door: $25.25

Taxes and fees not included

The show will be presented in French

In the middle of the Month of the Dead, Enfabulation brings you stories in French about fear in all its forms.

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Since 2017, Enfabulation produces a show in French with a very simple concept: based on a chosen theme, each performer tells a true personal story, as they lived it—no notes, costumes, or props.

Juliana Léveillé-Trudel

Born in Montreal in 1985, Juliana Léveillé-Trudel writes in multiple genres: novels (Nirliit, La Peuplade, 2015); picture books (How to Catch a Bear who Loves to Read and A Starlit Trip to the Library, 2018 and 2022 respectively); and theatre (Nous ne sommes pas une ville, Théâtre Pàp and À tour de rôle, coming in 2023). Her work has been translated into English, Spanish, Icelandic, Danish and Basque. She has performed many of her theatrical and literary creations live and is the founder of the non-profit theatre company Productions de brousse. Her second novel, On a tout l’automne, will be published by La Peuplade in October 2022.

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Photo: Laurence Grandbois-Bernard

Jocelyn Sioui

Jocelyn Sioui is a founding member of Belzébrute, a theatre band. Author-designer-performer of Shavirez, le tsigane des mers (2008), Manga (2011) and Mr P (2013), his works have been appreciated throughout Canada and France. The originality of his approach has earned him many distinctions, including the Grand Jury Prize at the OFF/Festival Mondial des Théâtres de Marionnettes de Charleville-MÉzière during Shavirez's visit in 2013. Jocelyn is also the founder and director of OUF! Festival Off Casteliers, a festival dedicated to puppetry, and he is one of the very few Aboriginal puppeteers in Quebec. In 2020, he published the story Mononk Jules, which reconstructs the journey of Jules Sioui, a Wendat who shook up Canadian history before sinking into a huge family and historical memory hole. In 2021, Jocelyn Sioui adapted this text, which tells the story of his great-uncle, for the stage, presented in the form of a puppet show at the Aux Écuries theatre.

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Photo: Marie-Julie Garneau

Rashel Bessette

Originally from the Gatineau-Ottawa region, Rashel trained as an actress at the National Theatre School of Canada from 2013 to 2017. Passionate about theatre, Quebec cinema but also writing, she completed the scriptwriting program for television comedy at l’École nationale de l’humour in 2021-2022. As an actress you can watch Rashel this fall in the series 5e Rang and Indéfendable. Rashel is a versatile and engaged artist who wishes to participate in every stage of creation, from concept to realization, through writing and directing.

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Photo: Julie Artacho

Lauriane Chioini

A graduate of UQAM’s l’École supérieure de théâtre in 2017, Lauriane Chioini now divides her time between her many passions, including for acting, children’s theatre and parachuting. Having returned to university to study her Bachelor’s degree in Sexology, she seeks to deconstruct taboos and prejudices through art.

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Photo: Olivier Hardy

Paul Hernandez

In 2017, Paul quit his sedentary lifestyle and set off to hitchhike the four corners of the earth. 40,000 kilometres later, the many cultural shocks of his travels pushed him to abandon his backpack and return to Montreal. Today, with a Masters of Science in Social Innovation Management from HEC Montréal, he works as a consultant with organizations whose aim is to build a more just, more equitable and less destructive world.

PHI Event Centre Enfabulation Histoiresdepeur Paul Hernandez credit Camille Balzinger
Photo: Camille Balzinger

Maranda Colin

After training in education, Maranda Colin began studying jazz singing. She surfed between her passion for teaching and the music scene, where she evolved as a professional chorister. Passionate about music and words, she devours other people's stories by consuming podcasts to excess.

PHI Event Centre Enfabulation histoires de peur Maranda Colin Credit Marie Soleil Fortier
Photo: Marie-Soleil Fortier

Marie Boucher

Marie Boucher has lived in the Eastern Townships for the past twenty years. After completing a certificate in literary creation from the UQAM, she devoted herself to her young family. She then returned to her studies and completed a Bachelor’s degree in Pre-Kindergarten and Elementary School Education from the University of Sherbrooke. Today she teaches Kindergarten to 5 year olds.

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Photo: Ève Roy

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