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February 20, 2009

I've just done a video listing for The Next Stage, talking about why I chose Bashir Lazhar. Check it out!

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February 18, 2009

Here are some shots from the first week of rehearasal for Bashir Lazhar:


The rehearsal hall


Mr. Marr, script in hand


Richard looking directorial


And our fabulous stage management team - SM DK


Apprentice Annie

(All photos by Ken Bryant)

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February 4, 2009

Over the next few weeks, we'll be introducing you to our production team for Bashir Lazhar in this space.  Production is always such an exciting time, when we get to engage with so many more artists and theatre professionals than in our admin time. We're really excited about the people we're working with for Bashir Lazhar.  Meet the gang!

Meet Annie! Annie is our Apprentice Stage Manager for Bashir Lazhar, and she is participating in Pi’s Prime Placements program, which provides opportunities for emerging artists to gain professional experience and mentorship. Annie is just starting out as a...

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January 28, 2009

We're thrilled to introduce Mathilde Le Nezét, our new intern who starts work with us today. Mathilde is an student at the University of Western Brittany, in France.  She is studying business and Applied Foreign Languages, and will be working on her English during her placement with us.

Mathilde also speaks some Russian, so all you Russian speakers out there, feel free to phone the office for info about our upcoming shows!

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January 26, 2009

Thanks to The Art of the Business for the mention of our blog in their rundown of Vancouver theatre companies in the interwebs. It's also exciting to see the growing number of companies using Twitter - we're definitely interested to see how our Twitter connections differ from those we have through Facebook.

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January 26, 2009
Pi is very excited to welcome Amanda Lo to our team.  Amanda is currently on board as our community liaison for Bashir Lazhar. She'll be working with community groups to get them involved with the show.
Amanda comes to us with a background in Canadian Studies, and works with Canada Border Services.  She has experience as an editor, researcher, and English teacher, and is trilingual! We're really looking forward to benefiting from all of her varied skills.
Stay tuned for more from Amanda!
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