Meet Pi's Board of Directors (Part 2)
And now we'll continue introducing our Board of Directors.
Our Secretary, Dawn Padget, is our longest standing director who joined the board in January 2011. Dawn is also a production secretary with a local theatre company.
Dawn's favourite experience is being involved with theatre every day through her job!
Our Treasurer, Craig Jackson. Craig is a senior auditor with an accounting firm, and he joined with Kaitlyn and Corey in December 2013.
Craig’s favourite theatre experience so far was seeing Book of Mormon, and he definitely recommends it to everyone.
Next up is Joseph Bardsley, a member since July 2013. Joseph is the development manager for grants and proposals at local performing arts organization. Before joining the board, here is a letter that he wrote to us:
"I've just come home from Terminus at Performance Works on Granville Island, and am both moved and compelled to write. Despite working professionally in theatre as an administrator for nearly a decade, I've rarely seen work that reaches the level of raw, compelling intimacy and literary truth as what was seen tonight. I am still reflecting on the performance, and on the layers infused to it by its ensemble cast of three. I think that Terminus was a very brave and forward-thinking program choice, and clearly indicative of a company that has a very keen connection to its community, and an equally astute connection to its audiences.”
And our next board member is Victor Bonderoff, who became a board director in December 2013. Victor is a freelance illustrator, designer, painter and art instructor.
"I am interested in site-specific and audience participatory theatre, something that don't quite break, but diffuses that "fourth wall." Performances that come to mind are Radix Theatre's Bewildered, Theatre Conspiracy's 100% Vancouver, Boca del Lupo's The Last Stand, and most recently, PI Theatre's own Between the Sheets."