Confabulation

#38: Perspectives

October 24, 2019 Matt Goldberg and Deb VanSlet Season 3 Episode 38
Confabulation
#38: Perspectives
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Confabulation
#38: Perspectives
Oct 24, 2019 Season 3 Episode 38
Matt Goldberg and Deb VanSlet

Hey Confab fans!  We're back -- with a new season of stories, true as we can tell them.

 This week, we have stories from our new co-hosts: Confabulation founder, Matt Goldberg and Montreal producer, Deb VanSlet!  The stories explore the theme of Perspectives.

Matt's story is from our October 2018 show, Awakenings; recorded at the Phi Centre, Montreal, QC.
 
Matt Goldberg is a Montreal-based comedian, writer, actor and storyteller, as well as a founder and featured performer with Uncalled For -- an award-winning Canadian sketch and improv comedy troupe, based in Montreal and Toronto.

He is also the founder and executive director of Confabulation -- a non-profit, dedicated to the art of true life storytelling, and has been the host of the Montreal Confabulation since its founding in 2010.

Matt hosts the Confabulation podcast, and has performed at Fringe Festivals and storytelling shows across Canada, as well as at special events with Centre Phi, CBC Books and Just for Laughs. He currently teaches English literature and storytelling at Vanier College, in Montreal.

Deb's story is from our January 2019 show, Rites of Passage; recorded at the Centaur Theatre, Montreal, QC.

Deb VanSlet is a Montreal videographer, storyteller and writer. 

She launched her media art career in the late 1980s with Sick World, a performance art video series. Her films How to Spot an Anorexic, Weather Permitting, Link, Twitch and Rules of the Road explore storytelling, performance and dance and have screened at festivals, and on airplanes, around the world.
 
For sixteen years, Deb produced and hosted Dykes on Mykes, a radio show at CKUT 90,3 FM. 

She was the 2015 winner of the 3Macs Carte Blanche prize for her story Self-Serve. Deb is a storyteller and producer at Confabulation.

Thanks to the Conseil des Arts de Montreal for their support of Confabulation.

Music credit: Can't Have You by Bent by Elephants from their album This is Water. You can find more of their music at https://bentbyelephantsband.bandcamp.com/

Show Notes

Hey Confab fans!  We're back -- with a new season of stories, true as we can tell them.

 This week, we have stories from our new co-hosts: Confabulation founder, Matt Goldberg and Montreal producer, Deb VanSlet!  The stories explore the theme of Perspectives.

Matt's story is from our October 2018 show, Awakenings; recorded at the Phi Centre, Montreal, QC.
 
Matt Goldberg is a Montreal-based comedian, writer, actor and storyteller, as well as a founder and featured performer with Uncalled For -- an award-winning Canadian sketch and improv comedy troupe, based in Montreal and Toronto.

He is also the founder and executive director of Confabulation -- a non-profit, dedicated to the art of true life storytelling, and has been the host of the Montreal Confabulation since its founding in 2010.

Matt hosts the Confabulation podcast, and has performed at Fringe Festivals and storytelling shows across Canada, as well as at special events with Centre Phi, CBC Books and Just for Laughs. He currently teaches English literature and storytelling at Vanier College, in Montreal.

Deb's story is from our January 2019 show, Rites of Passage; recorded at the Centaur Theatre, Montreal, QC.

Deb VanSlet is a Montreal videographer, storyteller and writer. 

She launched her media art career in the late 1980s with Sick World, a performance art video series. Her films How to Spot an Anorexic, Weather Permitting, Link, Twitch and Rules of the Road explore storytelling, performance and dance and have screened at festivals, and on airplanes, around the world.
 
For sixteen years, Deb produced and hosted Dykes on Mykes, a radio show at CKUT 90,3 FM. 

She was the 2015 winner of the 3Macs Carte Blanche prize for her story Self-Serve. Deb is a storyteller and producer at Confabulation.

Thanks to the Conseil des Arts de Montreal for their support of Confabulation.

Music credit: Can't Have You by Bent by Elephants from their album This is Water. You can find more of their music at https://bentbyelephantsband.bandcamp.com/