Busy little bees, it is time to return to the HIVE: Twelve adventurous theatre companies deliver twelve distinct performances in continuous rotation.
Flutter from one site-specific show to the next, with DJs, dancing and more theatrical social networking.
Pi’s piece, House/Home, will be directed by Artistic Director Richard Wolfe. For House/Home each audience member is given a key to 577½ Great Northern Way and is invited to drop by for a visit. Using music, burlesque, poetry and movement, Pi explores the surreal matrix of our most private spaces.
Starring Todd Thomson and Sasa Brown | Assistant Direction by Brian Cochrane | Stage Managed by Jethelo E. Cabilete | Sound Design by Chris Hind
Emerging artists for HIVE 3 are participating in Pi's Prime Placements Program, sponsored by our generous supporters. They are:
Carmen Alatorre, Costume Designer, sponsored by Theatre at UBC and VancouverPlays.com Jacqueline Breakwell, Dancer, sponsored by Casting Workbook Roxana Chapela, Set Designer, sponsored by Ian Forsyth Lois Dawson, Assistant Stage Manager, sponsored by Pi Theatre Carmen Hung, Lighting Designer, sponsored by Alan Brodie Stacy Sherlock, Technical Director, sponsored by Theatre at UBC
Max Reimer is also generously sponsoring this program. A sincere thank you to these sponsors for their generosity.
The Centre for Digital Media 577 Great Northern Way, Vancouver March 11–14 and March 17–20 7:00 pm to 10:30, followed by live entertainment until 12:30
Created and produced by Pi Theatre, Boca del Lupo, Electric Company, Felix Culpa, Leaky Heaven Circus, neworldtheatre, The Only Animal, Radix, Rumble Productions, Theatre Replacement, Theatre Conspiracy and Theatre SKAM.
It's a ‘Happening’!
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