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Sammie Hatch
October 26, 2018

Sammie is an emerging sound designer and stage manager based in the Pacific North West. Originally from Oregon, she has worked with theatre companies in Portland, Vancouver, Richmond, and Calgary. Recent Stage Management credits include: Poly Queer Love Ballad at the Vancouver Fringe Festival returning for a remount at the Queer Arts Festival's SUM Gallery in March 2019, A Prayer for Owen Meany (Ensemble Theatre Company) returning for a remount at Pacific Theatre in January 2019, and Wives and Daughters (UBC Theatre). Recent Sound Design credits include: Three Winters (The Cultch), C’mon...

October 19, 2018

Deb Williams is multi award winning actress, producer and writer who’s been hacking away at this art form professionally for 30 years. She recently starred in Vanya, Sonia, Masha and Spike, Dressing for a WeddingBlack Bonspiel of Wully McCrimmonJames and the Giant PeachClybourne Park, Importance of Being Earnest and Becky’s New Car.  As a comedian and storyteller she is regularly on many forms of media. Deb is working on a number of exciting playwright commissions and is the co-creator/producer/host of The Flame, a sold out monthly storytelling event, radio show and TV special...

Larissa Blokhuis
October 18, 2018

Introducing Larissa Blokhuis: Pi’s new Operations Administrator

Larissa completed her BFA with a major in glass at the Alberta College of Art and Design in 2008. The next year, she moved to the coast and began pursuing visual arts opportunities throughout Western Canada.  She has been Assistant Teacher at Red Deer College and Terminal City Glass Co-op, and has exhibited extensively in Alberta and BC. In 2016, she completed her first public art piece, “Love Your Neighbour, Love Your Ocean,” located in Vancouver. In 2017, she joined the board of Curiosity Collider as Exhibitions Director, and is...

Maria Zarrillo
October 18, 2018

Introducing Maria Zarrillo: Pi’s new Associate Artistic Manager

Originally from Winnipeg, Maria is an Equity Stage Manager, freelance Producer and Arts Administrator currently based in Vancouver. Since graduating from Studio 58’s production program, she has worked on a variety of shows in a variety of capacities. Some credits include the original, remounted & touring productions of Empire of the Son (Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre), The Invisible Hand (Pi Theatre), L’Elisir D’Amore (Vancouver Opera), Broken Tailbone (Nightswimming Theatre) and Kim’s Convenience (Pacific Theatre).


October 15, 2018

Victor Dolhai is excited to be making his Pi Theatre debut. Selected theatre credits elsewhere include productions with The Citadel Theatre, Bard on the Beach, The Banff Centre, Blue Bridge Repertory Theatre, Chemainus Theatre Festival, Theatre NorthWest, Shakespeare in the Ruff, The Belfry, Electric Company Theatre, Persephone Theatre, Patrick Street Productions, Itsazoo Productions, Kaleidoscope Theatre, Kokoro Dance, SNAFU Dance Theatre, as well as 21 cabarets with Atomic Vaudeville, and 3 seasons at the Stratford Festival. Film/TV credits include: SirenRafReboot: The Guardian Code...

October 11, 2018

Hailing from Calgary, Jordan Fowlie is an up and coming young actor on the Canadian scene. He graduated from Ambrose University with a Diploma in Acting, and since then has appeared in Tiny Bear Jaws Theatre's production of Cleave. Pi Theatre is thrilled to be working on Hir with him, in which he'll portray Max. We asked him what he thinks the joys and challenges of the process will be:

Taking on the role of Max is an exciting adventure because ze has so much personality and such an intense past and being able to explore and play with that is something I'm really looking forward to! That will...






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