Performance

Wake

Pi Theatre’s Provocateurs Series presents [elephants] collective’s A Wake for Lost Time. Running non-stop for 24 hours, A Wake for Lost Time is a theatrical ritual / experiment in its seventh iteration.  Built as a two-hour performance loop, the piece is somewhere between a play, a feat of strength, a church service, a football game, and a party.   

A Wake for Lost Time ritually explores how time passes through bodies and is a chance to encounter and meditate on, not only the loss of time, but on how we understand time, and how we, as human beings, are continuously at its ever-evolving mercy...

Date(s): 
March 21, 2020 4:00 pm to March 22, 2020 4:00 pm
SKU:
A Wake For Lost Time
Title:
A Wake For Lost Time
$34.00
Lampedusa Image
From 22nd of April - 2nd of May 2020, Pi Theatre presents the Canadian premiere of Anders
Lustgarten’s Lampedusa at The Annex in the heart of downtown Vancouver!  
Stefano follows in the footsteps of generations of Lampedusa’s fishermen. But in the 21st
century the catch is very different: the fish have disappeared, and his new job is to pull drowned
bodies of migrants out of the Mediterranean. Meanwhile in the bleakest corners of the UK,
Denise goes from door to door collecting payday loans, witnessing crippling hardship, and
hearing violent complaints about a country being destroyed by...
Date(s): 
April 22, 2020 8:00 pm
Shakespeare's EM



You're invited to an open workshop of Shakespeare's EM at the Anvil Centre, New Westminster. 

Free admission


Pi Theatre is inviting the Anvil, Massey, PuSh, and New West communities to observe and contribute to the professional art-making process.  

Pi is working on a new adaptation of Othello based on the point of view of the character of Emilia. It's a deconstruction of the play looking at notions of post-truth psychosis, internet echo chambers, and inequitable gender-based power dynamics.

Come to observe, respond and contribute!

January 29, 30, & 31, from Noon to 5PM, we'll be choosing...

In Response to Alabama

Right before Alabama's recent move to criminalise women's autonomy over their own bodies, Little Thief Theatre (Miranda MacDougall and Libby Willoughby) was gearing up to present a fictional piece centred around abortion.  But the outcry from women south of our border was so piercing that the company changed course.  In Response to Alabama was the result.

Little Thief Theatre is an emerging theatre company based in Vancouver, BC.  Little Thief went from an idea to a reality one night in a bar in the downtown east side when Miranda MacDougall and Libby Willoughby decided that they wanted to make...

SKU:
In Response to Alabama - 5Dec 8PM
Title:
In Response to Alabama - 5Dec 8PM
$20.00

Pi Provocateurs presents Après le Déluge: The Buddy Cole Monologues from Sept 19-21 at The Cultch!

 

Lounge lizard Buddy Cole from famed Kids in the Hall makes a return to the limelight in an evening of humorous monologues!

Well known to fans as a member of the sketch comedy troupe The Kids in the Hall, Scott Thompson is anything but your average comedic talent. After Lorne Michaels discovered them in the late eighties, The Kids in the Hall created a ground breaking television series, which ran from 1989 to 1995 on CBC in Canada and on HBO and CBS in the United States. After the Kids left...

Stray

Pi Provocateurs presents Theatre Conspiracy's Stray from June 14-15.

Brutal and beautiful, Stray is the true story of a girl who runs away and finds herself.

Stray is based on creator Tanya Marquardt’s experience as a teen runaway, BDSM model, and New York transplant. Each song careens you through Tanya’s first attraction to a girl, witnessing her self-cutting, being underage in a BDSM bar, a teacher saving her from suicide, and how writing sustained her throughout. The show toured to The Tank in New York and SummerWorks in Toronto in 2018 and will be happening in Vancouver in June 2019. The...

SKU:
Stray 14th
Title:
Stray 14th
$22.00
Hir

Single tickets for Hir are now onsale! Click here to get your tickets now! 

From November 22nd - December 8th, 2018, Pi Theatre will be producing the Canadian premiere of Taylor Mac's Hir at The Annex.

Audiences around the world are celebrating Taylor Mac’s timely and darkly comedic interpretation of the classic dysfunctional family—one that’s both conventional in its domestic setting and incendiary in its vibrant theatricality. Somewhere in the suburbs, Isaac, the eldest son of Paige and Arnold, has returned from the wars only to discover a household in revolt. Arnold, the patriarch, has...

Hir

Single tickets for Hir are now onsale! Click here to get your tickets now! 

From November 23rd - December 8th, 2018, Pi Theatre will be producing the Canadian premiere of Taylor Mac's Hir at The Annex.

Audiences around the world are celebrating Taylor Mac’s timely and darkly comedic interpretation of the classic dysfunctional family—one that’s both conventional in its domestic setting and incendiary in its vibrant theatricality. Somewhere in the suburbs, Isaac, the eldest son of Paige and Arnold, has returned from the wars only to discover a household in revolt. Arnold, the patriarch, has...

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