Miki Wolf

Last updated: May 10, 2023

Miki Wabisca (Wolf) is a Southern Tutchone, Tlingit, and Cree multi-disciplinary performer and facilitator, proudly from the Champagne and Aishihik Nation in the Yukon. Miki holds a BFA from SFU School for the Contemporary Arts, and has studied embodied experimental acting, contemporary dance and movement, and voice extensively outside of the institution for the past decade.

Miki is actively pursuing research in new praxis methodologies for Indigenous performers that exist within and through colonial modalities of teaching. She is always interested in decolonization of accepted theatre-making practices through relationality, and cultivating a supportive internal partner for self and others via abundance mentality and gentle abolitionist viewpoints in creative spaces. She is currently dividing her time between her homeland in the Yukon, and Treaty 6 Territory (Saskatoon). 

Projects & initiatives

resource Stages essay

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.