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“Will leave the audiences howling”

- Montreal Gazette

Montreal and Toronto Fringe 2017:

Things Drugs Taught Me, a Storytelling Trip.

Two of Montreal's most acclaimed storytellers share hilarious and heartwarming tales about their wildly contrasting drug use and abuse. As best they can remember. 


Nisha Coleman transports the audience from her hippie childhood in rural swampland to street performing in Paris. Self-Exile is a humorous and compelling exploration of alienation, mental health, and self-identification.

Centaur’s Best of the Fringe Award


“One of the highlights of this year's fringe”

- Cult Montreal

“A fantastic storyteller, a captivating performer”

- Montreal Rampage

ANGLO SOLO (in preparation for 2017)

Funded by the Canada Council for the Arts


Nisha’s first solo show in French features recordings, video and storytelling to explore one Francophile’s struggle to learn French. She explores the philosophical experience of learning another language, including the frustrations and hilarities. It will include personal anecdotes as well as historical references of the 1000 year history between Anglos and Francos.


Nisha is a co-producer and regular storyteller at Confabulation, a monthly storytelling series in Montreal and Toronto. She is also a regular performer at Yarn and other storytelling events.