Lo Bil is a writer-performer who has performed at various venues since 2000 including the Edinburgh and Toronto Fringes. Currently, Lo is revisiting "My Paris of Nothing" an interactive play that was performed on Toronto Island, that uses personal archive to investigate where destination and desire rendezvous in our collective imaginations.

In 2009, Lo wrote and directed "Memory Machine" an interactive installation for 600 new art students at OCAD. In 2007, she did a 3-month tour of the city with "A Professional Occupation" where she occupied public spaces with her writing desk and wrote performances connecting place, labour, and citizenship, in conversation with passers by. Lo is also known for her clown work as "The Singing Vagina." Lo has an Honours B.A. from the University of Toronto in Cinema, Semiotics and Philosophy, is a graduate of The Second City Conservatory, and has studied performance for the past 8 years with teachers from around the world.