Headshots taken by Megan Vincent
Credited as Clementine and Deviser
Presented at 2016 Toronto Fringe Festival and remounted at 2017 Next Stage Toronto Festival, produced by Silk Bath Collective, and directed by Aaron Jan. Four Chinese contestants fight to be accepted into Canadian society; a violent and physical satire.
Performed in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
Credited as Lavinia
Seven Siblings Theatre is bringing Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus to Toronto! Featuring a phenomenal cast of twenty actors, and a variety of stunning puppetry, this supernatural blood bath is not a show to be missed.
Credited as The Immobile Woman
Presented by Canadian Rep Theatre and directed by Ken Gass.
Credited as The Host
Presented as part of Walk the Walk Festival: National Festival of Asian Canadian Women produced by fu-GEN Theatre with Hong Kong Exile and Theatre Northwest.
A performance installation by Natalie Gan and directed by Clare Yow.
Performed in English and Cantonese.
Credited as The Bawd, Fisherwoman, Daughter
Directed by Kate Lynch and presented by the Drama Centre at University of Toronto, written by William Shakespeare.
Credited as Performer.
Presented at Nuit Blanche 2015 and created by Art Babayants, Marina Black, Paul J. Stoesser & Dmitry Zhukovsky. This installation uses photography, light, and precise movements to stylistically combine live performance and still imagery.
Credited as Lysistrata.
Produced by the Woodsworth Innis New Drama Society and directed by Liz McLoughlin.
"Chiu gave a compelling performance in her role as the powerful heroine. She spoke with confidence and projected her presence into the crowd." -Hailey Mason, The Medium
Credited as Madeline.
Produced by Pure Carbon Theatre and directed by Alexander Kentris and Katy Murphy, based on the House of Bernarda Alba by Federico Garcia Lorca. Set in a small town in Quebec, Summer 1971, at the height of Francophone/Anglophone tension in Canada.
Credited as Baht.
Directed by Deborah Lim and presented at the Drama Centre (UofT), written by David Yee. A collection of six vignettes linked together by paper to explore loss, identity, relationships and racial stereotypes.
Credited as Woyzeck.
Produced by the UC Follies and directed by Jane Smythe, written by Georg Buchner. Woyzeck is a play that uses movement and visual art to question the cyclical reality of mental health.
DIVINE with Storefront Theatre