Madeline Terbasket

 Performances

Stand-up for Mental Health, 2016. 

5-minute stand-up set at Yuk Yuk’s.

Becoming Burlesque, 2017. 

Solo performance with Screaming Chicken’s at the Wise Hall.

Dis-Assembly, 2017. 

Clown turn “Cry Baby” with the Assembly, mentored by Raïna von Waldenburg.

Kanata Festival, 2017. 

45-minute set of clowning, traditional storytelling, and I Love Kanata rap.

Tipi Confessions, 2017. 

Guest of Virago Nation burlesque troupe at UBC Chan Centre. 

Vancouver Indigenous Fashion Week, 2017. 

Model for designer Jeneen Frei Njootli.

Mitcholos Mitchtape Live, 2017. 

15-minute clown set at KPU Kwantlen Polytechnic. 

Wet Coast Burlesque, 2017. 

Solo Performance of Water Spirit’s Retribution in Victoria, BC.

Land Memory and the Loss from Climate Change, 2018. 

Coyote vs. Dragon at the En’owkin Centre.

Stəɬtaɬtət, 2019. 

Coyote vs. Dragon at the Penticton Art Gallery.

The Power of Song and Play, 2019. 

Coyote vs. Dragon storytelling at the Shatford Centre.

Vancouver International Burlesque Festival, 2019.

Water Spirit’s Retribution at The Buffies Industry Award Night.


acting experience

 The Candy Meister, 2014. 

Film directed by Cowboy Smithx. 

Girl, You Don’t Know How Much Power You Have, 2016. 

Film directed by Bita Joudaki.

Consent: No Means No, 2017. 

Film produced by PHSA Indigenous Youth Wellness. 

Coyote’s Witness, 2017. 

Film created by Noirfoot Narrative Labs. 

šxʷʔam̓ət, 2017/2018. 

Play directed by David Diamond, Theatre for Living. 

2017, Firehall Arts Centre. 2018, tour of BC and Alberta. 

Weaving Reconciliation Our Way, 2018. 

Play directed by Renae Morriseau at the En’owkin Centre. 

Toured to Toronto with Vancouver Moving Theatre. 


Directing Experience

Okanagan Leaders, 2009. 

Director/Editor/Cam-Op/Actor, 20 minute documentary exploring Syilx leadership from a youth perspective.

Tmoulou (Our Land): The Similkameen Valley, 2009. 

Camera/Editor, 17 minute film about Syilx landmarks and their teachings. 

Won Best Culture and Heritage Film at the Cowichan International Aboriginal Film Festival in 2010. 

Fertility Aptitude, 2012. 

Director, 10 minute play about parenthood in a totalitarian state.

Writer’s Block, 2013. 

Director, 3 minute film noir about a writer in New York.

I Love Kanata, 2018. 

Co-director, rap video on Canada 150.