Thanks for your patience as gets a makeover!


Rebecca Kling is a transgender artist and educator who explores gender and identity through solo pieces and educational workshops. Her multidisciplinary performances incorporate conversational storytelling, personal narrative, humor, movement, video projection, and more. Kling takes the position that sharing accessible queer narrative with a wide audience is a form of activism, and that understanding combats bigotry. She regularly tours to colleges, universities, and theatre festivals across the country. In 2013, Kling was named to the inaugural Trans 100 List which celebrates excellence in the trans community. In 2014, Kling was named as one of the Guild Literary Complex's 25 Writers to Watch.

Upcoming Performances

August 29 - September 7 - Something Something New Vagina at the 2014 Chicago Fringe Festival

Something Something New Vagina is a solo performance about loving one's self and one's body. It's also about a vagina: Rebecca Kling's fancy new vagina. Kling has performed at every single Chicago Fringe Festival, often to sold-out audiences. Now she's back with a new body part (she was never one to call it clits) and is ready to tackle issues of identity without ovary-acting. Climaxing with a Strip Q&A, you'd be doing yourself a dis-cervix if you miss it.

Fri 8/29 @ 8:30pm
Sun 8/31 @ 10pm
Mon 9/1 @ 10pm
Sat 9/6 @ 7pm
Sun 9/7 4pm

Ketchup-less Stage @ The Gift Theatre Chicago, IL


$10 online or pay-what-you-can at the door. You must also purchase a $5 Fringe Festival button to access the festival. This is a one-time purchase, so you only need to buy the button once, even if you see two (or ten, or ALL OF THE) shows. Online: Vendini Tickets

Hiring Info

Rebecca Kling is available for educational workshops (PDF) and solo performances (PDF) about transgender identity.

Other Links

Rebecca Kling is elsewhere on the web. Check out her BLOG and book, available on AMAZON and as a FREE E-BOOK.