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November 14, 2013

Protest Lounge at Except in the Unlikely Event of War: A place to hang out before and after the show, have a drink, share ideas and enjoy series of short performances and talks.


It's FREE! Once you’ve seen the play, you can come back and enjoy the lounge for the rest of the run (as long as you bring your ticket stub).

The Roundhouse Exhibition Hall (181 Roundhouse Mews), outside the theatre.

Sunday matinees and Tuesday evenings – CAST TALKBACKS
Have any burning questions for the director, cast or playwright? You have a few opportunities.


April 9, 2013

There is so much great theatre to experience in Vancouver, and now
that things have quieted down for the moment at Pi, that frees you up
to take in as much theatre as you desire. A few upcoming shows that
we suggest are as follows:

One of Pi's own board members Christine Quintana wrote and is performing in a recession-era musical. Delinquent Theatre is proud to present Stationary: a Recession Era Musical playing at the Presentation House Theatre April 4-14.

Stationary explores the lives of 8 young people at a moment when big dreams meet reality checks. Saddled with crippling student loan debts...

April 2, 2013


After a successful run of Terminus, we would like to invite all of our friends, colleagues, and members to our upcoming workshop reading of Sean Devine's new play, Except in the Unlikely Event of War. Hosted by SFU's Vancity Office of Community Engagement, the reading is on April 4th at 7:00pm in the Djavad Mowafaghian World Art Centre at the Goldcorp Centre for the Arts. Except in the Unlikely Event of War  is a dark, political satire on the use of war as a means of societal control, the politicization of art & media, the mutability of truth. Mixing fact and fiction, this exciting new play...

March 21, 2013

A big thank you for all of the support that led to the success of Terminus! There are so many people that play a part in the success of a production, not only the talented artists who have done an incredible job with Terminus, making it a tremendously beautiful production, but also the many volunteers who played a part during the run of the show, and of course to our many patrons and sponsors, without you, this would not be possible. We appreciate all the continued support from patrons and audience members that are long-time fans of Pi, as well as all of our new members that have just joined...

March 14, 2013

To celebrate our favourite day of the year, I thought I would write a post about the history of Pi Day! After a quick Wikipedia search, here is what I have found:

Fun Facts About Pi Day!

1.  Pi Day is celebrated on March 14 (3/14 in month/date format) as 3, 1, 4 are the most important digits of Pi in decimal form.

2. Pi Day was first officially celebrated by Larry Shaw in 1988 at the San Francisco Exploratorium.

3. MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) mails their acceptance letters to prospective students on March 14th to celebrate Pi Day. Good luck to all 2013 applicants/geniuses...

March 7, 2013

The first week of Terminus is almost to a close! Audiences have been raving about the production, and, in particular, the distinct writing style of Mark O'Rowe. As my inaugural blog post as Pi Theatre's Interim Office Manager, I thought I would share some information about the man in question.

Mark O’Rowe is part of a generation of playwrights who emerged in the 1990’s whose values challenge the norm with surreal and violent tales of a more urban focus. His contemporaries include Martin McDonagh and Conor McPherson. O’Rowe won the IFTA Award for Best Screenplay for his first film, Intermission...



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