Grace Chow

Grace is an award-winning writer, actor and theatre-maker trained in the Bachelor of Performing Arts at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (2020). Her work, which primarily takes place on Whadjuk Noongar Boodja, strives to embrace humanity, explore underbellies and blur the lines between magic and reality. She has worked with Black Swan State Theatre Company, WA Youth Theatre Company, Australian Theatre for Young People, Barking Gecko Theatre Company, Squid Vicious, PROPAGATION NATION and Public Service Announcement. Her work has also been published in books and online by Currency Press (Sydney), BRILL|Sense (Iowa), Dirksey (Perth), Fabric Quarterly (Perth) and Juxta (Sydney). Recent performance and performance-making highlights include Dance Myself to Death at the National Studio Residency NSW (2019, ATYP), The Noodle Shop on the Corner of Fifth Street (2020) and Black Swan State Theatre Company’s The Cherry Orchard (2021), as part of the Perth Festival. In 2020, Grace was a part of the PLWA Culturally Diverse Artist Residency and through her Outreach role at WAYTCo, continues to carry a passion for inclusivity, accessibility, and diversity in the Australian performing arts ecology. She is also currently Artist Advisory for Performing Lines WA and The Blue Room Theatre.

Grace Chow's Work