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flatten
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...

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BLM
June 10, 2020

Racism has been used throughout history to rationalise and normalise economic, emotional, and physical violence.  It’s a poison that inevitably makes us all sick.  Tolerating racism fuels an ongoing social pandemic that infects individuals, families, cities, and countries.  No-one is immune.   

Canada has its own sad history of race-based oppression and discrimination.  The crimes of the past have had an active and suppressive legacy that still manifests itself today – in the criminal justice system, in governmental and corporate policy, and in economic access and opportunity.  The result is that...

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KennMcLeod
June 2, 2020

Kenn McLeod is a director, performer, educator, puppeteer, and Clown. He received his BFA in Acting at the University of Regina and his MFA in Directing from The University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He was the artistic director of Hectik Theatre (Regina) and Souris Valley Theatre (Estevan), and a founding member of the Prairie Puppet Underground. He is currently a sessional instructor for the University of Saskatchewan Drama Department and Co-Artistic director of Sorry/Grateful Theatre in Saskatoon. He is proud to be a Saskatchewan artist.

Kenn collaborated with Munish Sharma for Encounter:  A...

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Munish Sharma
June 2, 2020

Munish Sharma is an actor, writer, and dancer.  Originally from Saskatchewan, Munish has called Vancouver home for over a decade.  A Jessie award nominee, Vancouver Fringe Festival winner, and former Burlesque dancer, Munish is currently working on his second show, Danceboy.  Recent credits include; A Thousand Splendid Suns (Arts Club), All's Well that Ends Well (Bard on the Beach), The Orchard (After Chekhov) (Arts Club), The Matchmaker (Arts Club), Bombay Black (Raghupriya Arts and Culture), and Victim Impact (Theatre Conspiracy).

Munish collaborated with Ken McLeod for Encounter:  A Cabin Fever...

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Robert Garry Haacke
June 2, 2020

Robert Garry Haacke is an actor, a writer, and a photographer originally from Pinawa, Manitoba.  He moved to Vancouver to study theatre graduating from the illustrious conservatory program at Studio 58 (Langara College).  Since then he has performed on stages across Canada and the U.S.  He can also be seen in film, television, and commercial productions shot here in Vancouver.  Robert is the founder of Drama Camp Studio - a community based training studio for emerging actors.

Robert is part of Encounter:  A Cabin Fever Fundraiser, check it out!

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Zev Mair
May 28, 2020

Zev Mair is a multilingual, neurodiverse emerging artist from Toronto. With a musical background in classical violin, cello, and voice, they have also studied ballet, jazz, and modern dance, and now focus their craft towards choreography and movement direction. Zev has performed in theatre, music videos, and short films, including The Weavers (RCPA 2017), Luna Li’s “Star Stuff” (2017), Feist’s “Century” (2017), and Bloom (2018 Toronto Queer Film Festival). As a choreographer/creator they have created their own works, worked with Dancing With Parkinson's Intergenerational Dance Project (2016-...

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