Rachelle has been producing her own one-woman shows since 2001. Her most recent shows S#!t I’m in Love With You Again & Joe: The Perfect Man have received rave reviews and awards. She also produces The Rag Bag Cabaret, Toronto’s longest running variety show &The Rash Comedy Bash- an evening of stand up comedy. If you’re looking for a fun, exciting and talked about event for your community you’ve come to the right place.

Sh!t I’m in Love With You Again

Shit I’m in Love With You Again (SIILWYA) is a critically acclaimed one-woman show that is packed with witty observations, tales of embarrassment plus cheeky songs about teenage lust, marriage and therapy. The show was a sing-along success across Canada. SIILWYA has been nominated for a Just For Laughs Comedy FRANKIE Award and Montreal Clown Festival Award at The Montreal St Amboise Fringe Festival.


“Elie shares her personal odyssey with the finesse of an Olympian, landing on both feet after a powerful, energetic, and vibrant performance.“ 


“A magical whirlwind romantic adventure”

Three Weeks

“A charming performer with a veteran’s stage presence”

Broadway Baby

“Elie’s show about finding love and maintaining it is funny, honest and refreshing.”

NOW Magazine


The Rag Bag Comedy Cabaret started in 1996 and is Toronto’s longest running variety show. Every show includes some of the hottest variety acts our country has to offer including magicians, musicians, comedians & more. Every show is currated and Hosted by award-winning comedian & dazzling ringmaster Rachelle Elie. Come to the Cabaret!

JOE: The Perfect Man

Rachelle created character Joe with master clown teacher Philippe Gaulier. A non-stop, uproarious, roller-coaster ride through conformity, rebellion and Macbeth. After losing his job, Joe’s passion to play all the lead roles in “THE SCOTTISH PLAY” explodes to the surface. Soon after he stumbles upon a “MACBETH Open Call Audition” and sees it as his one chance to fulfill his destiny. Through ridiculous failures and absurd attempts at BRILLIANCE he stumbles through the opportunity of a lifetime.


“Gorgeous clown-based show packs huge rewards.”

SEE Magazine

“A delightful absurdist comedy.”

Uptown Magazine

“It was brilliant.”

EYE magazine

“Funny, manic and bizarre.”

Edmonton Journal

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