Jackie Chau


Jackie has worked as a set and costume designer for over 200 productions, and her work can be seen across Canada and internationally.  In addition, she is a production designer and art director for film and television.  Selected theatre design credits include Sexy Laundry, The Hours That Remain, Serving Elizabeth, The Gig (Theatre Aquarius), Annie Mae’s Movement, Almighty Voice and His Wife,  Tombs of the Vanishing Indian, From Thine Eyes, HUFF (NEPA), Antigone Insurgency, Talking Masks, Charge of the Expormidable Moose, Ubu Mayor, S/W (One Little Goat), Gas Girls, The First Stone (New Harlem Productions), Romeo and Juliet (TD Dream in High Park/Can Stage), Zadie’s Shoes, Lady Sunrise, Wilfire, The Waltz (Factory Theatre), Brown Balls (Fu-Gen), The Swearing Jar (Prairie Theatre Exchange), Fish Eyes Trilogy (GCTC), Cannibal the Musical (Starvox Entertainment), Twist Your Dickens (Second City Chicago/Toronto), Mini Me Makeover – Designer and Co-host (CBC Kids/Expect Theatre), Moment, Dissidents, Oil, Gloria, Martyr (ARC Theatre), Cowboy Versus Samurai, 39 Steps, Oraltorio (Soulpepper) and The Komagata Maru Incident (Stratford Festival).  Jackie was named in NOW magazine’s Top 10 Theatre Artists of 2009, nominated for the Virginia and Myrtle Cooper Award in Costume Design, nominated for a Saskatoon Area Theatre (SAT) award, Winnipeg Theatre Award, 2 Broadway World awards and has received 9 Dora nominations for outstanding set and costume design. She is also teaching Theatrical Design at the University of Toronto.