Linda Chow

Linda graduated from the Ryerson theatre program in Toronto in 1982. As a cutter/seamstress she has worked in theatre, dance, opera, and film. Through dance Linda has incorperated design into her work. Her first collaboration with Aszure Barton was "Vitulare" for Ballet BC, this lead to "awaa" for Aszure's company Aszure & Artists. Recently with choreographer Jose Navas she designed "Giselle" for Ballet BC. Linda has also worked with choreographer Crystal Pite, for whom she has designed "10 Duets on the Theme of Rescue" for Carte Blanche, "Lost Action", "Dark Matters", "The You Show" for Kidd Pivot, and "Emergence" for the National Ballet of Canada.