Rachelle has written and co-produced a new play titled The [Organization], a story that follows Wren, a young Asian-Canadian, as she tries to meet deadlines whilst being bombarded with prejudice and toxic masculinity from co-workers and management. Navigating through an office culture filled with racial slurs, sexualization of women, and aggressive competition, Wren struggles between maintaining her sense of right and wrong and toeing the company line. 

This site-specific show will be presented in Urban Ink’s office and in doing so we will bring the theatre experience into an everyday space. With this type of staging, we are invoking the intimacy of working elbow-to-elbow in small working spaces and allowing the audience to be, at certain times, both a voyeur and a participant.

Nov. 13 – 24th, 2018
Urban Ink Office
#220 - 111 W Hastings St
Vancouver BC

Tickets $20, Available at Brown Paper Tickets

Donations are welcome and much appreciated! gofundme.com/HelpRachellesPlay



Rachelle Miguel is an emerging artist who is a Vancouver-based performer and playwright. She is also the co-artistic producer and co-founder with Jessica Hood of unladylike co. theatre company which aims to produce female-driven work

Rachelle is a graduate of SFU School for Contemporary Arts with a BFA in Theatre Performance where she learned not only the skills of performance but the importance of collaboration, patience, determination and creativity

Rachelle has written and performed for SFU’s 2014 Black Box series of shows Solo, an exploration on the grotesque beauty of being alone; Duet, a piece that focused on the joys and frustrations of togetherness; Party, an experimentation on various notions of celebration; and Retreat, a haunting story with a moveable set that the audience travelled through

Her other favorite credits include Olya the Child (Troika Collective), a site-specific work that explores the meaning of family through the eyes of a Russian orphan and Planta, an animation by Laurel Thomson, illustrating a mother’s apprehension about raising her unborn child

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