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Favorite Theatre, Film, and Event Work

Charlette is a Theatre Artist born and raised in the Philippines, currently based in Chicago, Illinois. Her deepest dreams of pursuing a sustainable career in theatre come alongside her dreams to provide a landscape of opportunities, to continuously advocate for access and visibility for women of color, especially to Filipinos. To live and to leave. To live this mission, and to leave a trail for anyone who wishes to pursue the same path she is trying to conquer. To celebrate the human experience through the profound work of art that is Theatre.

Hokin Honors

In 2022, Charlette's project "Filipino Theatre Artists in America" was awarded the Weisman and exhibited at The Hokin. 

Filipino Theatre Artists in America was established in 2020 as an effort to promote visibility for Filipino Theatre artists in media and to serve as a medium of expression for the unique and colorful stories they have to share.  


Chicago Bulls 
Integrated Marketing Plan 

Created a marketing analysis and proposal for The 6-time NBA Champions The Chicago Bulls. The primary objective of the proposal is to grow female viewership for the 2022-2023 season through an increase in the advertisement in strategic locations that target female traffic as well as to improve engagement through more inclusive events. Click the link to read-through the marketing proposal.


The Fresh Connect

Served as Producer, Stage Director, and Talent lead for the Fresh Connect. In preparation, I wrote the script, and my team and I reached out to talents to feature for our event. 


Actors Theatre Workshop

Theatre Management Internship 
New York, New York

Our Perspective: Asian American Play Readings 

Theatre Management Internship 2020
Chicago, Illinois



Event Management Internship

Worked with the guest services team, under several areas of the park during the 4-day 2021 lollapalooza music festival held at Grant Park, Chicago Illinois. 


Colonized Imagination

Research Colaborator

Colonized Imagination is a devised theatre work Directed and performed by Steph Reyes for the Third Mask Festival. 


From January to April 2021, we collaborated and explored the layers surrounding decolonizing a creative's imagination. A deconstruction of the eternal and inadvertent effect on the everyday. An investigation of the nuanced relationship between the colonizer and the colonized. 

Dulaang UP's
Ang Nawalang Kapatid

Head Stage Manager 

Handled the 10-month-long production process, including pre-production that consisted of dance training, vocal rehearsals, immersions, and scene works. Organized schedule and rehearsal for an all-student cast of 40 full-time students at the University. Managed notation of blocking and choreography. Supervised and arranged logistics for the out-of-town pictorial/photoshoot. Overlooked set and property construction. Ran the exceedingly tedious dress and tech rehearsals. Called the show and created the production book. 

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