It’s the most wonderful time of the year! No sillies, not Christmas again, it is PuSh time! The Pi office is abuzz; programs have been circled, pennies saved and tickets booked! We are all set for the 2016 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival.
As you know, Pi’s interest is theatre that is bold and uncompromising; the type that stimulates and gets you talking. With that in mind, here are our 2016 Push Fest picks:
Jack Charles V. The Crown - Jack Charles is the guy on the PuSh program. He belongs to Australia’s “stolen generation”, Aboriginal children who were taken from their parents by...
We’re back in the office after a rejuvenating winter break and ready to take 2016 by the horns! We’re at it again, working hard to create theatre that stimulates, inspires and leaves you breathless. Before we move on though we’d like to make a toast to 2015 and all that was achieved!
Pi’s production of Blasted, directed by Pi’s AD Richard Wolfe made it on to both the and the Courier’s top shows of 2015 lists!
Are you still frantically looking for gifts for family and friends? Save yourself a trip to the mall and preserve your sanity; we’ve come up with a few simple last minute gift ideas!
Gift box from Pazzo Chow Pazzo Chow’s lunches are a staple in the Pi office. This little Italian deli in the heart of Chinatown has gift boxes filled with an assortment of luxurious treats including pastas, sauces, oils and candies. The perfect gift for the foodie in your life!
5 Tips for Attending Lost Words: RELIGION Edition and making it THE BEST Time Ever
Reserve a table! If you’re considering grabbing dinner at The Emerald during the show, why not reserve a table so you can enjoy your meal in comfort? Even Beyonce looks awkward while trying to eat on her lap (and we can’t guarantee that Jay Z will be there to assist you). To reserve a table for four we ask for a donation of $50 (or more if you like!). Please call us at 604-872-1861 or email us at HERE
Arrive early to get your preferred seats. The back room fills up pretty quickly so come early, snag a seat and...
My name is Linda Pitt and I am joining Pi as the Associate Producer, through a BC Arts Council Early Career Development grant.
My journey with Pi started around this time last year when I joined Pi as the Community and Audience Engagement Coordinator for Blasted. I also had the opportunity to assistant direct the production. Working on Blasted was a hugely rewarding learning experience for me, both as an emerging artist and administrator. It solidified my commitment to create and support work that is thought provoking, risky and that expands people’s notions of what theatre...