Helena Cheu is a pianist and composer from Northern Ontario.  She is Chinese-Canadian and often feels side-lined by both sides of her heritage. That being said, she feels at home on stage and at the theatre.  Before the pandemic, she worked as a pianist, playing for musicals, the ballet, and church services and funerals.  In March 2020, for the first time in her life she experienced what it feels like to have Nothing-To-Do.  It was at that point she decided she wanted to explore her limits as a writer and began studying at Queens University.  Her work often centres around themes of alienation and isolation.

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