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For 20 years, Urban Ink, and its circle of artists have broken barriers, through stimulating story, performance, and media.



Urban Ink is producing Homecoming, a new play written by Kamila Sediego and directed by Hazel Venzon. The production is being presented by the Cultch in Spring 2024 and we are looking for performers for the world premiere production.


Rehearsals start April 8th, 2024
Opening at the Cultch May 3rd, 2024
Run at the Cultch May 4 – 12, 2024
Run at Evergreen May 13 – 19, 2024
Contract ends May 19th, 2024


Vicky meets her estranged adult niece for the first time and must come to terms with grudges, memories, and regrets buried deep in her family’s past. Three generations of Filipina women hop between an ocean and time, memory and dreams. Set in Canada and the Philippines, Homecoming is a visceral show with moments of magic that reach into the afterlife, exploring cultural identity, familial duty, and delicious Filipino food. Homecoming asks, what is home for those of us who are displaced, who are stuck, or who have never known a home? And more importantly, can we ever make our way back? In this world premiere, Sediego tells a complex story of home that is raw, intimate, and full of humour.

AUDITION SUBMISSION DEADLINE: due by Monday, June 19th at 9:00 AM PDT.



Through the Google Form (found here: ), please provide your personal information, and include a resume, headshot, and indicate the role(s) you’re interested in auditioning.

If you are unable to submit via the form and/or have other accessibility needs, please email with subject line “Homecoming Audition Submission Support.”

Please read the full Audition Notice here.


Urban Ink Production Society is looking for a Managing Director to continue to build on the company’s artistic renown and organizational development.

Entering its 22nd season, Urban Ink’s mission is to uplift Indigenous and diverse voices through live performance. Urban Ink is known nationally for its extraordinary large scale theatre productions and national and provincial tours, in addition to recent short and feature films. Urban Ink is a company that is growing and expanding and is poised for an exciting future.

Urban Ink’s next Managing Director will be a proven leader with a genuine love for the performing arts who is passionately engaged in supporting the work of Indigenous and diverse artists. Collaborative, strategic and a great communicator, they will be motivated to continue to build revenues and relationships.

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Managing Director, in partnership with Artistic Director Corey Payette, will ensure that Urban Ink’s artistic and financial success remains ongoing and sustainable.


Submit your CV and a cover letter explaining why you would be a great fit for this position by email to:

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Friday, July 21, 2023.

See full job description here

New Play Development

Urban Ink does not accept unsolicited scripts.

Playwrights may contact the Artistic Director at with proposals for new scripts in development.

Please include the following:

  • A synopsis of the proposed play
  • Information about its developmental history
  • Playwrights resume