The idea of performing stand-up comedy is terrifying to most people. Actually if you were to take a straw poll of the people around you right now you’d almost certainly get a unanimous response that performing comedy is the most terrifying thing most of them can imagine doing. Baring one’s soul to make strangers laugh would strike fear into the hardest of hearts. The Comedy Confessional takes that fear and ups the ante. The brief: comedians confess something they’ve never publicly discussed before, to a roomful of strangers. A simple concept that is an endless pool of hilarity. After two years of comedians, musicians, journalists and the like confessing to standing-room-only houses The Comedy Confessional is gaining momentum across the country, attracting the likes of Greg Fleet, Eddie Ifft and Set List creator Troy Conrad to tell horrifically hilarious stories about the times they…well there’s the rub. We can’t tell you. The rules are strict: What happens in The Comedy Confessional, stays in The Comedy Confessional.