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Charlene Chapman

Last updated: August 29, 2022

My name is Charlene Chapman. I am an Indigenous woman from British Columbia and my spirit name is Red Bear. I love to bead anything. I have been a member of PASAN for many years, and have attended programs including Confluence Arts Collective’s theatre program, where we co-created the play The Countess and Me. Confluence was my first time doing theatre and it was really fun. Through The Countess and Me we became more than friends, we became one big family. I am now an Outreach Harm Reduction worker.

Projects & initiatives

  • Stages essay © Amber Williams-King resource

    Stages of Transformation

    This expansive new digital resource brings together artists and creative communities from across so-called Canada to explore the imperatives of abolition movements and their applications to our work in the theatre sector. 

  • Laverne-charlene-april credit amina-mohamed © Amina Mohamed interview

    Theatre as Healing for Formerly Incarcerated Women

    A conversation on the roles art can play as healing for women with lived experience of incarceration. With Amina Mohamed, Charlene Chapman, April Labine and Laverne Malcolm.