Rebs Chan

Rebs Chan

Rebs (they/she) is a queer, biracial, Chinese-American artist working in Kalamazoo, MI. Across their work, their prime objective is intersectionality: both representing intersectional individuals, relationships, and stories and exploring the intersections between different artistic media. A Theatre Arts and English major at Kalamazoo College, Rebs practices various types of creation from music production to...
Rebs (they/she) is a queer, biracial, Chinese-American artist working in Kalamazoo, MI. Across their work, their prime objective is intersectionality: both representing intersectional individuals, relationships, and stories and exploring the intersections between different artistic media. A Theatre Arts and English major at Kalamazoo College, Rebs practices various types of creation from music production to playwriting, songwriting to dramaturgy, film acting to non-fiction.

Plays

  • Pam
    Written for Queer Theatre Kalamazoo's PlaywrightNow: A #StillProud Event, a 24-hour short play event, Pam tells the story of two Pam's, each trying to prove that they are the real Pam hired at the Homeless Housing for Homosexuals.
  • Traitor Joe's
    After discovering a breakup song on Lizzie's Valentine's Day playlist, Jen uses the mysterious motives of a mutual friend, Blaire, to stir the pot while Lizzie attempts to preserve their relationship.
  • Record
    Aly has no memory, except those included in her journals. Gale, a foolhardy stranger, attempts to her her work through her past. The two explore memory, grief, mental health, and forgiveness.
  • WHEN
    Margie, a queer, Asian-American college student, explores her identity through conflicting conversations with her girlfriend and her grandmother. Both her relationship and her grandmother's health are on the decline.
  • Gillian Li
    Gillian Li wishes herself invisible and, as that wish is granted, watches the consequences--both to herself and others--unfold.
  • It's About Time
    Father notices a clock for the first time and launches himself and Mother into a verse exploration of time, debating the existential implications of their son.
  • Monkey's Fist
    Two college students work through a complex knot as they reveal complex feelings for about each other.
  • Colorized
    A Catholic mother learns to accept her daughter's queerness through a well-written letter and an old photo-album.