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About

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

Monday, Monday, July 28 - LezFest: A One Night Flight - 7:00pm at Mary's Attic, 5400 N Clark St (Above Hamburger Mary'S), Chicago, Illinois 60640.

Pride Films and Plays is delighted to present LezFest: A One Night Fling, a celebration in words, songs, music and theater on July 28 at 7 pm at Mary’s Attic, 5400 North Clark. Join PFP for an evening all about ladies who love ladies who are artists, showcasing a vast mix of Chicago’s best and brightest ladies taking the stage and sharing their talents. Featured performers include Christy Hasselson, 2006 winner of Windy City Gay Idol, renowned storyteller Lauren Sivak, singers Liz Pazik and Libby Lane, performances artist Angelica Roque and Rebecca Kling, and Chicago stage star Ali Hoefnagle. Our MC for the evening is Shanna Brown. Tickets are $10 and are available at the door or at Brown Paper Tickets

Last week of August (date TBD) - 2nd Story - Journey: Stories of Moving Forward - 7:00pm at Untitled, 111 W. Kinzie, Chicago, IL

As August comes to a close and kids everywhere look forward to that new-school-supplies smell, we start reflecting on our journey through Chicago’s all-too-brief summer. Hear three stories of where we’ve been and where we’re going next from Senyo Ador, Rebecca Kling, and Ozzie Totten. Tickets are $20 and are available at the door or online

August 29 - September 7 - Something Something New Vagina at the 2014 Chicago Fringe Festival - Exact dates and times TBA

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 was last seen at Chicago Fringe in 2013 with Get Ready For The Vagina Fairy; now she's back (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.

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.