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March 17, 2020

We’re living through an unprecedented global scenario. While we’ve never been more connected to each other economically and digitally, the threat of COVID 19 is forcing us to live our physical lives away from each other.

Social distancing is the identified way to “flatten the curve.”  If the virus can’t spread rapidly, the rate of infection is slowed, which gives our healthcare system a chance to cope.

Pi Theatre stands with our colleagues, our audiences, and all people throughout Canada and around the world in our efforts to support each other during this trying time.  We particularly want to...

Zev Mair
March 3, 2020

Zev Mair is a multilingual, neurodiverse emerging creator from Toronto. With a background in classical violin, cello, and voice, ballet and modern dance, they now focus their craft towards collective creation, choreography and movement direction. They are a founding member of Boundary Conditions / Performance Assembly, having assistant directed and performed in Operations (1945-2006): Movements, (Nuit Blanche 2018), and helped to create ARTSTAR!!! (Nuit Blanche 2019). They also choreographed for Les Frères at the U of T Centre for Drama, Theatre & Performance Studies (2018), and worked...

Thomas McKechnie
March 3, 2020

​You may remember Thomas from his performance and writing in last season's 4 1/2 (ig)noble truths!  Unfortunately he will not be in Vancouver for the performance, but we are glad to have his creative energy in this collaborative work.

Thomas McKechnie is a Toronto-based playwright, union organizer and environmental activist. He was a graduate of the 2013-2015 Soulpepper Academy as a writer. Writing credits include: The Jungle (Tarragon Theatre, co-written with Anthony MacMahon), 4 1/2 (ig)noble truths (zeitpunktheatre/Why Not Theatre, presented in Toronto, Victoria, Thunder Bay, St Catherines...

Michaela Mar
March 3, 2020

Michaela Mar is an emerging Toronto-based actor and singer, as well as a graduate of Randolph College. She has studied voice and musical theatre performance from a very young age and has continued to grow and shape her work as an artist. Michaela has interest in a wide range of theatrical forms including devised performance as well as musical theatre. While also having an interest in theatre, Michaela has also begun in writing and creating her own original songs, as well as visual art. Some performance credits include; Pal Joey (Talk Is Free Theatre), Unravelled (Toronto Fringe Festival...

Michael Reinhart
March 3, 2020

You may remember Michael from last season's 41/2 (ig)noble truths by Thomas McKechnie.  We're glad to have him back!  

Michael Reinhart is a theatre/performance creator, performance scholar and theatre instructor. His work (both creative and academic) is based in exploring interdisciplinary art-making and collective-driven devised theatre creation. Much of this exploration and research has occurred through his work with [elephants] collective and Boundary Conditions/Performance Assembly, both of which he is a founding member. Select recent projects include: ARTSTAR!!! (bc/pa, Nuit Blanche...

Maïna Belray
March 3, 2020

Maïna Belray is a queer, bilingual, multidisciplinary creator living in Toronto.

They are a member of bc/pa, an assembly space for artists who are investigating the possibilities that exist between performers and audience, ACMJIS (Artists for Climate & Migrant Justice and Indigenous Sovereignty) and a graduate of the Randolph College for the Performing Arts. Their past credits include: ARTSTAR!!! (bc/pa, Nuit Blanche 2019), Operations (1945-2006): Movements (bc/pa, Nuit Blanche 2018), BAAMAAPII | After a While (Moontime Productions), The Weavers/Die Weber (RCPA 2017), The Drowsy Chaperone...






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