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Libby Willoughby
November 27, 2019

Libby Willoughby is a theatre artist born and raised in Vancouver, BC.  Since completing her BFA in Acting at UBC, Libby has been fortunate enough to work with wonderful people and companies in Vancouver.  She was/is a part of the 2019/2020 HIVE performance collective with her theatre company Little Thief Theatre.  Her recent credits include In Reaction to Alabama at HIVE 2019, Three Winters (The Cultch), Theory (Rumble Theatre), An Assertive Girl, part of Speakeasy Theatre's Pull Fest VII, Ghosts (United Players), Love, Lust, and Lace (Gas Pedal Productions), and Dry Land (Rumble Theatre).  Libby...

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Mariam Barry
November 27, 2019

Mariam Barry is a multidisciplinary artist from Norway and The Gambia.  As a creative, her approach to art-marking is intersectional and multi-hyphenate.  Mariam is an actor, writer, and producer in both theatre and film.  She is currently an artistic producer with Killjoy Theatre, an intersectional feminist theatre collective, and the co-creator of Breaking Borders, a performance crew for immigrant, newcomer and refugee artists.  Mariam has a BFA in Acting from UBC and loves telling stories that celebrate BlPOC voices.  Her select theatre and acting credits include: bcHub Artist Ensemble (b...

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Miranda MacDougall
November 27, 2019

Miranda MacDougall is a female- identifying, multi-disciplinary artist, with a BFA in Acting from the University of Windsor.  Selected stage credits include Of Mice and Men (Unit 102, Toronto), City of Angels (PIT Collective), The Bacchae (workshop -SITI, New York), Dear Evan Hansen (Laughing Matters) and the self-written one woman show GlassJaw (touring).  She was/is apart of the 2019/2020 HIVE performance collective with her theatre company Little Thief Theatre.  In addition to her work in theatre development, Miranda is actively pursuing an acting career in film and television (The Flash, Tape...

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Stray:  Jon Wood
June 4, 2019

Introducing Jon Wood:  guitar player for Stray

Jon Wood is a musician, producer and songwriter. In the mid ’90s he worked as a sideman multi-instrumentalist in many Vancouver bands including Coal, Psychomania and Auburn, while producing records for his own Flophouse jr project and independent Canadian artists including Herald Nix, Rae Spoon and the beige. Some of these recordings have lead to opportunities to tour North America and Europe as well as involvement in theatrical performances (The Meal, Stray, and Sun Belt: Cabalcor) at Club PuSh at the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival...

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Stray:  Ilena Lee Cramer
May 31, 2019

Introducing Ilena Lee Cramer:  stage manager for Stray

Ilena Lee Cramer has worked with many theatre companies in artistic, stage management, and administrative capacities. Ilena was the founding Artistic Director of Screaming Weenie Productions for which she produced and directed numerous original works (www.screamingweenie.com). As a designer her work has been seen in I needle Vancouver at the VAG for November Theatre, Life in the Theatre for Theatre Coop Theatre at the Playhouse, Anna for November Theatre / HIVE, Transmissions by Tanya Marquardt, as well as at SFU and for Rumble...

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Stray:  Ed Goodine
May 28, 2019

Introducing Ed Goodine:  musician / drummer for Stray 

A quick Q/A with Ed:


Pi Theatre:  What's your favourite band or song?

Ee:  Too many to chose

Pi:  What's your favourite actor?

E:  Charles Laughton

Pi:  What's your favourite quote?

​E:  Every body’s got to believe in something. I believe I’ll have another drink.  Harry Dean Stanton in the movie UFOria

Pi:  What's the worst job ever had?

E:  Landscaping

Pi:  What's your favourite off-time activity?

E:  Walking

Pi:  What's your favourite book/play?

E:  East of Eden John Stienbeck

Pi:  What's your personal philosophy?

E:  No

Pi:  What's your greatest moment...

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