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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...

March 2, 2013
Leanna Brodie, Jovanni Sy and Stephanie Hargreaves in the Terminus Lounge

Leanna Brodie, Jovanni Sy and Stephanie Hargreaves in the Terminus Lounge

Terminus opened last night to a full house and enthusiastic post-show comments. The Terminus Lounge with a video installation by Parjad Sharifi was a big hit as well. An electric time was had by all.

February 26, 2013

More of the amazing team that has worked creatively behind the scenes to bring you Terminus.

Parjad Sharifi, Projection Installation

Parjad Sharifi is a theatre scenographer, director, and new media creator. He holds a MFA in scenography from the University of British Columbia. He is the recipient of the 2012 Jessie Richardson Award for outstanding lighting design in small theatre. Parjad is currently pursuing research on new media and expressive scenography as a PhD candidate at SFU's School of Interactive Arts and Technology.

Carmen Alatorre, Costume Designer

Originally from Mexico City...

February 23, 2013
Outside Our Rehearsal Room Window

Outside Our Rehearsal Room Window

Terminus had its last day of rehearsal today. It's been an absolute pleasure to work with this remarkable acting company of Leanna Brodie, Pippa Mackie and John Emmet Tracy and the extraordinary design team of Alan Brodie, David Roberts, Carmen Alatorre,  David Mesiha and Parjad Sharifi. SM Jethelo E. Cabilete, and ASM Jillian Perry kept things running smoothly. We're all looking forward to joining our first audience on preview night, Thursday Feb. 28th for a drink in the Terminus Lounge before and after the show.





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