Ex Fabula is committed to strengthening community bonds through the art of storytelling. We celebrate the power of true and personal stories to connect individuals through universal experiences. Stories build a neighborhood, stable neighborhoods connect communities, diverse communities strengthen a city. Our goal is to consistently connect storytellers and live audiences throughout the Milwaukee area.
One ALL STAR, One Podcast!
We’ve got a double scoop of sweet ALL STARS goodness today – not only do we have Q&A with Virginia Pothier, the ALL STAR who stole the show at April’s “Fool Proof” StorySlam, but we also have a brand new … Continue reading →
“Off the Hook” Recap
by Ex Fabula bloggers Kimberly Ousley and Megan McGee Ex Fabula returned to Hot Water Wherehouse this month for a story slam that was “Off the Hook’. The lovely Dasha Kelly served as emcee for the evening, welcoming a few … Continue reading →
by Ex Fabula bloggers Kimberly Ousley and Hanna Gichard Season five continues to thrive. This month Ex Fabula returned to the Times Cinema to uncover what exactly defines a ‘Bonus’. The always lovely and delightful Leah Delaney served as emcee … Continue reading →
Close Encounters RECAP
A lingering polar vortex was almost a close encounter in itself, but it wasn’t enough to stop story fans from coming out to our first Story Slam of the year, “Close Encounters”! And boy did we start the year off … Continue reading →
by Ex Fabula blogger Kimberly Ousley Ex Fabula’s Spectacular show at Turner Hall Ballroom featured veteran storytellers sharing various tales of Bad Company. Megan McGee and Dasha Kelly shared emcee duties for the evening, delighting the crowd with their charms and sharing … Continue reading →
Ex Fabula Podcast #2 — Off The Record
In our second podcast, Ex Fabula cofounder Leah Delaney explores how journalists interpret "off the record," three little words that can have big consequences. You'll also hear Stephanie Kilen's story that was recorded live at an Ex Fabula event held in April 2012 where the theme was "Better Left Unsaid." Continue reading →