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Veronique West
December 3, 2019

Veronique is a performance creator, dramaturg, educator, and administrator of Polish descent, based on unceded Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh territories.  Her work, informed by her lived experience, focuses on the intersections of art, mental health, and social justice.  Her projects have included plays, immersive installations, dance-theatre hybrids, a song cycle, and a participatory community event.  She has worked with Gallery Gachet, Playwrights Theatre Centre, the Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood House, Theatre Conspiracy, Neworld Theatre, Boca del Lupo, the Arts Club Theatre Company...

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Keltie Forsyth
November 27, 2019

Keltie is thrilled to be working with Little Thief Theatre and returning to Pi, where she was Associate Artistic Director for the 2016/17 season.  She holds an MFA in Theatre Directing from UBC, where she received the Sydney Risk Award for Excellence in Directing.  She is a graduate of the University of Alberta Department of Drama and participant in the Robbin's Academy Professional Theatre Program.  Recent directing credits include: Superior Donuts, In the Next Room or the vibrator play (Ensemble Theatre), The Audition, a site specific opera (HealthPitch), She Kills Monsters, Eurydice, The Dumb...

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Grace Le
November 27, 2019

Grace Le is a second-generation Asian-Canadian actor and theatre artist, born and raised in Vancouver, BC.  She is driven by curiosity, honesty and justice in her both her work and life.  She has recently worked with Rumble Theatre, Theatre Skam, and The Belfry Theatre.  Her favourite credits include: Lily in 'Seflie', as part of Rumble Theatre's 2018 Tremors Festival and Wren in Unladylike Company's debut show, 'The Organization'.  Grace is a graduate of the Arts Club Actor's Intensive and holds a BFA from UVIC Theatre.



Grace Le is the nurse / stage manager for In Response to Alabama.  In Response...

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Libby Willoughby
November 27, 2019

Libby Willoughby is a theatre artist born and raised in Vancouver, BC.  Since completing her BFA in Acting at UBC, Libby has been fortunate enough to work with wonderful people and companies in Vancouver.  She was/is a part of the 2019/2020 HIVE performance collective with her theatre company Little Thief Theatre.  Her recent credits include In Reaction to Alabama at HIVE 2019, Three Winters (The Cultch), Theory (Rumble Theatre), An Assertive Girl, part of Speakeasy Theatre's Pull Fest VII, Ghosts (United Players), Love, Lust, and Lace (Gas Pedal Productions), and Dry Land (Rumble Theatre).  Libby...

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Mariam Barry
November 27, 2019

Mariam Barry is a multidisciplinary artist from Norway and The Gambia.  As a creative, her approach to art-marking is intersectional and multi-hyphenate.  Mariam is an actor, writer, and producer in both theatre and film.  She is currently an artistic producer with Killjoy Theatre, an intersectional feminist theatre collective, and the co-creator of Breaking Borders, a performance crew for immigrant, newcomer and refugee artists.  Mariam has a BFA in Acting from UBC and loves telling stories that celebrate BlPOC voices.  Her select theatre and acting credits include: bcHub Artist Ensemble (b...

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Miranda MacDougall
November 27, 2019

Miranda MacDougall is a female- identifying, multi-disciplinary artist, with a BFA in Acting from the University of Windsor.  Selected stage credits include Of Mice and Men (Unit 102, Toronto), City of Angels (PIT Collective), The Bacchae (workshop -SITI, New York), Dear Evan Hansen (Laughing Matters) and the self-written one woman show GlassJaw (touring).  She was/is apart of the 2019/2020 HIVE performance collective with her theatre company Little Thief Theatre.  In addition to her work in theatre development, Miranda is actively pursuing an acting career in film and television (The Flash, Tape...

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