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March 22, 2012

Jennifer Mawhinney Patrick Keating "The Thin Veneer" Pi Theatre Visions of Vancouver

In collaboration with Rumble Productions and Touchstone Theatre, we have created an audience feedback form to hear from you, our valued audience members. Now is your opportunity to tell us what you think about what we're doing now and how we can do it better! Be as honest as you like. All answers are entirely anonymous.

To show our appreciation of your feedback, those who respond before April 16th, will be entered into an early-bird prize draw for two tickets to "A Last Resort" at Rumble Productions' TREMORS Festival. All respondents are eligible to be entered into a draw for two tickets for...

March 16, 2012

Hello, everyone! My name is Catherine Ballachey and I've been working as Pi's Administrative Intern through the Prime Placements program since September. Becky, the General Manager, asked me to introduce myself and say a few things about what I hope to do in theatre, what I'm learning through the internship and anything else interesting about me.

To start, I'm a graduate of SFU's Contemporary Arts program in Performance Theatre and French. Since graduating, I've been working wherever I can in theatre, which includes front of house, stage managing, admin, directing, writing, producing and even...

January 26, 2012

Do you like eating delicious food, sampling artisan beer, and making new friends? Then join us for our upcoming Pi Dinner Circle, on February 10th, 2012.

This dinner circle is a six-course meal, held in the home and studio of a prominent Vancouver theatre artist. Each course will feature an artisan beer pairing by local brewmaster Claire Connolly.

Tickets are only $100, and include dinner, beer pairings and a tax receipt for $35. We can also offer a dinner-only option for $80.

Past dinners have sold out quickly and seating is quite limited. If you would like to book your tickets or if you...

January 16, 2012

As many of you know, in 2009 it was decided that adult arts and cultural organizations would no longer be eligible for funding through Gaming grants. Pi was just finishing the last year of a three year commitment from Gaming as the cuts were announced. Between Gaming eligibility changes and cuts to the BC Arts Council, Pi lost over 20% of our funding between 2009-2010 and 2010-2011. The past two years have been undeniably challenging. We've been incredibly fortunate in our fundraising, and are hugely grateful for our amazing community of supporters for helping us get through.

After a months...

December 20, 2011

Pi Theatre staff and board had a lovely dinner at Nuba in downtown Vancouver on December 19th to mark the end of the year. Great food. Great company. Bring on 2012!

(In the photo: Pi GM Becky Low, Secretary Dawn Padget and President Ben Unterman.)

December 16, 2011

Pi's playwright in residence Sean Devine unveiled his newest work-in-progress at CBC Studio 700 Thursday night in front of an enthusiastic crowd of more than thirty people. "Except in the Unlikely Event of War" takes a look at whether peace is actually desirable or is war, in fact, better for us all.

The actors from left to right are Alex Ferguson, Vincent Gale, Kathleen Duborg, Todd Thomson and Richard Wolfe. Except will have its second workshop this summer.

Thanks to all who came out to support Sean and new play development in Vancouver.





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