A fantastic season is drawing to a close.
The end of July marks the end of our season and our fiscal year. We had two great shows, including new Artistic Director Richard Wolfe's Pi Theatre debut, the 'haunting' Bashir Lazhar. If you saw Bashir or the remount of the 'riveting' John & Beatrice, we really hope you enjoyed the show and we'd love to hear your feedback — drop us a line! On behalf of Richard and I, thank you so much for being part of our season.
Many of you have also generously donated to Pi this year as well. We are very appreciative of your support, which makes a significant impact on our ability to bring you the best in theatre from around the world. Especially in the current economic climate, with sponsors and granters cutting back their commitments to arts organizations, ongoing and new support from the people we know is more important than ever.
As Pi is a charitable organization and ticket sales only cover a small portion of our costs, we rely on your generous and thoughtful contributions to make ends meet. Our donors during the 08-09 season have helped us to continue connecting communities through cultural exchange, offer free tickets to our members through our accessibility program, and operate our emerging artists' program.
If you haven't yet had the chance to make a gift this season, there is still time! Our fiscal year end is July 31st, and all donations through this date still count towards the 08-09 season's bottom line.
Making a tax-deductible gift to support our 2008-2009 season is very easy through Canadahelps.org. Alternatively, you are welcome to donate by phone or by mail. For more information, please contact Emma Luna Davis at 604.872.1861 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Again, thank you for being part of our season. We wish you a great summer, and look forward to seeing you next year - we've got a very exciting season planned!
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