Welcome to our new website! Check out our fantastic 2008-2009 season, the archives of our past shows, learn all about our new team and find out how you can get involved. We're pretty excited about the site and we're looking forward to hearing what you think.
In fact, that's one of the things we're so pleased about with this new site—we want to keep you in the loop about what we're up to, and we want to hear what you think about what we're doing and how we're doing it. So we've created this blog to share ideas, news, projects, and opinions. Add us to your newsreader or sign up for our mailing...
We depend upon volunteers to help us at our productions and in our daily operations. If you'd like to spend some time helping us out, please give us a shout and let us know what you're interested in.
We are currently recruiting passionate people to sit on our Board of Directors.
Requirements of Board Membership include:
1.Commitment to the work of Pi Theatre.
2.Knowledge and skills in one or more of board governance, marketing, finance, programs, personnel or advocacy.
3.Willingness to serve on committees.
4.Attendance at scheduled board meetings.
5.Attendance at Annual General Meetings...
Pi Theatre is grateful to all the Donors and Sponsors who have contributed so generously to our work. If you would like to join us in bringing the voices of the most audacious and relevant playwrights to life, you can donate online here, you can mail a cheque to our office, or you can stop by and donate in person. All donations are fully eligible for a tax receipt.
Connie Kostiuk & Richard Wolfe, Jane Westheuser, David Abramowitz, Andy & Ann Kostiuk, Thomas Hobley, Kathryn Shaw, Corey Ouellet, Diane Kent, Kristen Johnson, Karen Likness, Rob Maguire, Sheri & David...
Richard Wolfe took over the artistic directorship of Pi Theatre in February 2008 after twelve years as co-founder, director and co-artistic producer of Theatre Conspiracy—a company that received 24 Jessie Richardson nominations for outstanding artistic achievement under his tenure. Richard is a member of the Lincoln Centre Theatre's Directors' Lab in New York where he led a workshop on Thornton Wilder. He's also participated in the Directors' Project at the Shaw Festival, has served as an associate producer of the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival and a caucus rep for PACT. As an...