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This Really Happened made its first appearance at the Vancouver Writers Fest in October 2015. Storytellers Kevin Chong, web Trevor Cole, here TJ Dawe, Charles Demers, Susan Juby, and Rachel Wyatt told their stories on the theme "Secrets and Lies" to a packed audience at the Improv Centre.

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This Really Happened made its first appearance at the Vancouver Writers Fest in October 2015. Storytellers Kevin Chong, buy Trevor Cole, advice TJ Dawe, sildenafil Charles Demers, Susan Juby, and Rachel Wyatt told stories on the theme "Secrets and Lies" to a packed audience at the Improv Centre.

Listen to select stories from the show.

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This Really Happened made its first appearance at the Vancouver Writers Fest in October 2015.

Storytellers Kevin Chong, viagra sale Trevor Cole, drug TJ Dawe, symptoms Charles Demers, Susan Juby, and Rachel Wyatt told stories on the theme "Secrets and Lies" to a packed audience at the Improv Centre.

Listen to select stories from the show.

Family With Car
Family With Car

The event will be held on Saturday April 16th in Montreal

We are looking for true personal stories on the theme We Are Family: stories about soul sisters, sales blood brothers, and those pesky people who are actually related to you. We want to hear about the stepmother who made your life hell, finding out that your best friend was part of a famous mob family, or the moment of crisis when you realized your real family was not who you thought they were.

All stories are told without notes and are meant to be told in an intimate and casual way.

To submit, please send us a summary of the story you wish to tell as well as a brief description of who you are. The summaries are for selection purposes only and not intended for the audience, so don’t keep any surprises to yourself! You do not need to be a seasoned performer—you just need to have a good story to tell.

Selections lean heavily towards well-developed narrative with insight—it’s called This Really Happened because something should have happened. We also want to know: What was the story ultimately about? What is the meaning of what happened? Were the main characters transformed in any way? Stories do not need to be funny (though funny is good), but keep in mind this is for a live audience.

Stories should be a maximum of 6 minutes long.

If you are interested in telling a story, please submit your story summary to info@thisreallyhappened.ca

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Charles Demers-3

This Really Happened made its first appearance at the Vancouver Writers Fest in October 2015.

Storytellers Kevin Chong, story Trevor Cole, sildenafil TJ Dawe, Charles Demers, Susan Juby, and Rachel Wyatt told stories on the theme "Secrets and Lies" to a packed audience at the Improv Centre.

Listen to select stories from the show.

Charles Demers-3

This Really Happened made its first appearance at the Vancouver Writers Fest in October 2015.

Storytellers Kevin Chong, medical Trevor Cole, price TJ Dawe, Charles Demers, Susan Juby, and Rachel Wyatt told stories on the theme "Secrets and Lies" to a packed audience at the Improv Centre.

Listen to select stories from the show.

Charles Demers-3

This Really Happened made its first appearance at the Vancouver Writers Fest in October 2015.

Storytellers Kevin Chong, unhealthy Trevor Cole, TJ Dawe, Charles Demers, Susan Juby, and Rachel Wyatt told stories on the theme "Secrets and Lies" to a packed audience at the Improv Centre.

Listen to select stories from the show.

Charles Demers-3

This Really Happened made its first appearance at the Vancouver Writers Fest in October 2015.

Storytellers Kevin Chong, help Trevor Cole, salve TJ Dawe, Charles Demers, Susan Juby, and Rachel Wyatt told stories on the theme "Secrets and Lies" to a packed audience at the Improv Centre.

Listen to select stories from the show.

And stay tuned. We hope to be back in Vancouver this fall!

Family With Car
Family With Car

The event will be held on Saturday April 16th in Montreal

We are looking for true personal stories on the theme We Are Family: stories about soul sisters, blood brothers, and those pesky people who are actually related to you. We want to hear about the stepmother who made your life hell, finding out that your best friend was part of a famous mob family, or the moment of crisis when you realized your real family was not who you thought they were.

All stories are told without notes and are meant to be told in an intimate and casual way.

To submit, please send us a summary of the story you wish to tell as well as a brief description of who you are. The summaries are for selection purposes only and not intended for the audience, so don’t keep any surprises to yourself! You do not need to be a seasoned performer—you just need to have a good story to tell.

Selections lean heavily towards well-developed narrative with insight—it’s called This Really Happened because something should have happened. We also want to know: What was the story ultimately about? What is the meaning of what happened? Were the main characters transformed in any way? Stories do not need to be funny (though funny is good), but keep in mind this is for a live audience.

Stories should be a maximum of 6 minutes long.

If you are interested in telling a story, please submit your story summary to info@thisreallyhappened.ca

LOGO_FESTIVAL
Charles Demers-3

This Really Happened made its first appearance at the Vancouver Writers Fest in October 2015.

Storytellers Kevin Chong, drugs Trevor Cole, try TJ Dawe, viagra 40mg Charles Demers, Susan Juby, and Rachel Wyatt told stories on the theme "Secrets and Lies" to a packed audience at the Improv Centre.

Listen to select stories from the show.

Juan Pablo Villalobos at WordFest 2015 Photo by Radim Rybacek
Juan Pablo Villalobos at WordFest 2015
Photo by Radim Rybacek

 

We were thrilled to be back at WordFest for our 4th year with a stellar lineup of storytellers including: Trevor Cole, cialis Patrick Gale, Dale Lee Kwong, Cathy Ostlere, Juan Pablo Villalobos, and Cassy Wellburn.

Held at the Legion on October 14th, 2015.

 

 

 

 

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