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Richard Wolfe

Richard Wolfe - Artistic Director

Richard is a specialist in contemporary theatre and performance. Recent plays he's directed include: The Invisible Hand by Ayad Akhtar, Empire of the Son by Tetsuro Shigematsu, Blasted by Sarah Kane, Between the Sheets by Jordi Mand (site-specific in Vancouver and Victoria), Except in the Unlikely Event of War by Sean Devine, Inside the Seed by Jason Rothery, & Terminus by Mark O'Rowe.

Richard has received seven Jessie nominations for Outstanding Director, winning two, and one nomination for Significant Artistic Achievement, and has received the John Moffat and Larry Lillo Award and the Ray Michel Award for Outstanding Work by an Emerging Director. In all, shows he's directed have received over 60 Jessie nominations for excellence in Vancouver's professional theatre. Richard is the president of the Literary Managers of Dramaturgs of the Americas, and a co-founder of Theatre Conspiracy. Richard earned his MFA at the University of British Columbia.


Shayna Goldberg - General Manager

Shayna joined Pi Theatre as the general manager in early 2014. Originally hailing from Toronto, Shayna has worked in many roles including production intern, front of house manager, company manager, group sales manager, & production consultant. She worked with companies like the Classical Theatre Project, the Lower Ossington Theatre and the Toronto Youth Theatre.

Shayna has also performed onstage in both plays and musical, including The Dybbuk, Anything Goes, and her favourite - Cabaret. Since moving to Vancouver, she has also worked with Fugue Theatre on marketing and management. Shayna earned her MBA and a specialized diploma in arts and media management from the Schulich School of Business at York University.

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