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Enfabulation - Ne parlons pas de politique!

  • Performance
  • Storytelling
  • Society
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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 midst of an election campaign, Enfabulation brings you stories in French of alliances and battles, of struggles of the personal or societal.

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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.

Keep an eye out for another Enfabulation event on November 12. More details to come!

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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Thierry Leblanc

Trained in acting at l'École supérieure de théâtre de l'UQÀM and a graduate of l'École nationale de l'humour, Thierry Leblanc now devotes most of his time to writing. He collaborates with several production companies and contributes to the development of both short and feature-length films, web series, documentaries and television series.

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Amanda Perry

Originally from Edmonton, Amanda Perry has been writing and teaching in Montreal since 2018. In addition to numerous academic articles, her work has appeared in The Walrus, The Globe and Mail, and the Literary Review of Canada, where she is a contributing editor. She has a PhD in Comparative Literature from New York University and currently teaches at Champlain College-Saint-Lambert and Concordia.

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Vicky Boucher

Originally from St-Césaire, Vicky Boucher is a graduate of the Université du Québec à Montréal in theatre arts education. She has been teaching theatre in high schools since 2007 and currently works for the Centre de service scolaire de la Seigneurie-des-Mille-Îles. Vicky has been sharing her stories at Enfabulation since 2019.

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Sophie Nicole Croteau

Sophie Nicole Croteau is a writer, director, and performer living in Montreal (Tiohtiá:ke). She studied literature, visual arts, and theatre, and has worked as a coordinator for various non-profit cultural organizations. She has been on the Fringe Festival scene for several years, notably with her solo shows Illustrated Lady and Gastrolithe. She also co-hosts the podcast Des si et des rais and produces the video game Papier Julien with the Studio Cornet team.

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Photo: Sophie Nicole Croteau

Thomas Mundinger

Born in France, Thomas Mundinger has been living in Quebec since 2010. In 2011, he presented his first creation, Katerine C, a work that combines photography, video, and performance. Thomas graduated from the École Supérieure de Théâtre de l'UQAM in 2017 and is also a dancer, notably in Nos Corps, a show produced by Castel Blast at the Théâtre aux Écuries in 2019. The same year, he founded the collective Primitif Météore with whom he assembled Le bureau de l'échec, an installation piece for the Festival des Arts de Ruelles (Festival FAR). During the pandemic, he lived in Nantes, where he worked on writing and directing his first play, a solo theater piece called Entre la vie et la mort, il y a Britney.

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Photo: Alexandre Meyra-Lecoz

Jean-Pierre Gorkynian

Novelist and screenwriter, Jean-Pierre Gorkynian was born in Montréal in 1986. His first novel, Rescapé (VLB, 2015), was a finalist for Archambault’s Grand Literary Prize and for Chambery’s First Novel Festival (2016). His second, Tireur embusqué (Mémoire d’encrier, 2020), was a finalist for the College Literary Prize in 2021.

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