Echo Zhou 周芷會


Echo is an award-winning, proud Chinese immigrant, Tkaronto-based scenographer working in live performance. In her professional career. she is focused on IBPOC and queer storytelling, and one of Echo’s passions is to make live performances as accessible as possible. She has designed for the National Arts Centre, Tapestry Opera, Tarragon Theatre, Studio 180, Buddies in the Bad Times, Theatre Passe Muraille, Thousand Island Playhouse, Frog in Hand, The Theatre Centre, and many live performance festivals across the country.

Her design works have been presented in Japan and China as well. Her favourite recent credits are A Poem for Rabia (Tarragon Theatre), Dragon’s Tale (Tapestry Opera), The Chinese Lady (Studio 180), Benevolence (Benevolence Collective), Between a Wok and a Hotpot (Cahoots Theatre), The Year of the Cello (Theatre Passe Muraille), HMS Pinafore (Vancouver Opera), Every Brilliant Thing (Thousand Island Playhouse), White Girls in Moccasins (Manidoons Collective), Mr.Shi and His Lover and I Swallowed Moon Made of Iron (Music Picnic). 

Echo is a member of the Associated Designers of Canada. For Grandpa. 獻給最親愛的嗲嗲

Photo by Dahlia Katz