Come meet our new team. This is a chance to hear all about our 2008-2009 season and learn more about Pi Theatre, and to share your thoughts and ideas.
We hope that you can come out and demonstrate your support for Pi Theatre. Our funders see attendance at AGMs as an indication of our value to the community.
The AGM will consist of directors' reports, season launch, presentation of 2007-2008 financial statements, and election of the Board of Directors for 2008-2009. Annual Memberships will be available at the door for $3.14, if you don't have one...
When you support Pi Theatre, you're playing a real part in bringing the boldest and most exciting plays from Canada and around the world to life in our community. Your contribution also helps makes it possible to keep theatre accessible for all. Let's build a community that values the arts as much as you do. By joining forces with us, you make so much more possible!
“What a show! That’s a brave beautiful nightmare. The most bracing, electric and terrifying s slap of raw meat poetry I have ever seen.”
Head of Acting, Vancouver Film School
"Pi Theatre has established an important place for itself in Vancouver's theatrical ecology by bringing us cutting-edge plays from England, Ireland, Quebec, and the rest of Canada that haven't been seen here before. This exciting work has positioned Pi as an indispensable lynchpin between the larger, more mainstream companies and the fringe."
Membership is required to take advantage of special Pi events and offers! For just $3.14, you can join the Pi Theatre Society for a year, and vote at our AGM. You can purchase membership online, or send us a cheque (please include your phone number and email address.)
I've just gotten home from Saskatoon, where I directed the world premiere of Bite the Hand, by Mansel Robinson, the show that launched Persephone Theatre's Deep End Series and opened Persephone's brand new black box theatre, The BackStage Stage.
Last July, Del Surjik, Persephone Theatre's new AD and my predecessor here at Pi, asked me to consider directing Bite the Hand to open the company's studio theatre in October, 2008. As I sat in the Vancouver sun reading Mansel Robinson's new play I found myself laughing out loud. Here was an original voice I thought, a writer with a big palette, an...