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after the quake

Pi Theatre and Rumble Productions present the Canadian premiere of after the quake, directed by Craig Hall and Richard Wolfe.

Please note: Advance tickets for after the quake are now SOLD OUT.  There may be a limited number of tickets available for sale at the door before each performance. The Box Office will be taking a waiting list at Studio 16 starting 1 hour prior to show time. We recommend you arrive early! Ticket availability cannot be guaranteed. If you would like to be notified in the event of additional performances, please sign up for our mailing list on our home page.

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A reading series of Québécois plays in English translation

Co-produced with Ruby Slippers and Théâtre la Seizième

Aux Hommes de bonne volonté by Jean-François Caron
Director: Yvan Morissette
Musician: Robert des Côtes
Slide Designer: Tim Matheson
Stage Manager: Galia Goodwin
Cast: Gérard Malo, Marco Giguère, Marco Roy, Monique Polloni, Richard Thériault, Trilby Jeeves

About the Play: Jeannot dies of AIDS at the peak of his youth. He asks that his will be read out officially in the office of he notary. In his will, he denounces death, the force that kills the dreams of the young and cripples...

A reading series of Québécois plays in English translation

Co-produced with Ruby Slippers Theatre and Théâtre la Seizième

FEATURING:

The Shaking Tent by Gilbert Dupuis
Le Passage de L'Indiana by Normand Chaurette
The Winners by Francois Armchambault
Joy by Poi Pelletier

A reading series of Québécois plays in English translation

Co-produced with Ruby Slippers Theatre and Théâtre la Seizième

La Raccourcie by Jean-Rock Gaudreault
Dangerous Passes Road by Michel Marc Bouchard
Anatomy Lesson by Larry Tremblay

A reading series of Québécois plays in English translation

Co-produced with Ruby Slippers Theatre and Théâtre la Seizième
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FEATURING

Blue Hands by Larry Tremblay (Translated by Don Druick)
Director: Del Surjik
About the Play: Blue Hands is the tale of a boy and his mother, disturbingly illustrated through the fascinaing metaphor of a boy and his dog. Jeremy, in reconstructing his memory bit by bit, tumbles through a stream of consciousness polluted by wounds of a profoundly troubled childhood that marries the memory of his mother with his childhood pet.

Trick or Treat by Jean Marc Dalpe...

A reading series of Québécois plays in English translation

Co-produced with Ruby Slippers Theatre and Théâtre la Seizième
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FEATURING

All the Verdis by Normand Chaurette
Je vous ecris du Claire by Normand Chaurette
Still Lives by Serge Boucher
Alphonse by Wajdi Mouawad
O'Neill by Anne Legault
That Woman by Daniel Danis

A Reading Series of Québécois Plays in English Translation.

Co-produced with Ruby Slippers Theatre
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FEATURING

In the Ring by Jean Marc Dalpe (Translated by Robert Dickson)
Marcel Pursued by the Hounds by Michel Tremblay (Translated by John Van Burek & Bill Glassco)
Sisters by Marie Laberge (Translated by Rina Fraticelli)
The Tale of Teeka by Michel Marc Bouchard (Translated by Linda Gaboriau)
A Giant in the Land of Men by Suzzanne Lebeau (Translated by Shelley Tepperman)
Wedding Day at the Cromagnons by Wajdi Mouawad (Translated by Shelley Tepperman)
Stone and Ashes by Daniel Danis...

Director: Sandhano Schultze

Part of the Dancing on the Edge Festival 1995

Catalan Connection

Pi Theatre, in association with, Tant per Tant Saskatoon, PTC Vancouver and Playwrights' Workshop Montreal present: Catalan Connection.

Exploratory readings of plays by three dynamic new voices from Catalonia, Spain.

The primary purpose of this project is to introduce playwrights and their work to audiences and theatre professionals in the international arena and to create interest in producing their plays. We will co-present three discovery readings of three Catalan plays in Vancouver. The plays will also be read in Saskatoon and Montreal and next year three Canadian plays will be read in...

Visions of Vancouver

In the spirit of New York, I Love You, and Paris Je T'Aime, sets of short films inspired by the theme of place, Pi Theatre brings you four short plays inspired by our fair city.

The plays were written by five of Vancouver's most exciting playwrights as part of the Vancouver 125celebrations, Visions of Vancouver is inspired by the style of old-time radio broadcasting.

Pi has created podcasts of the live performances and they are now available to stream or download from our website free of charge here.

Visions of Vancouver

Featuring:

Carmen Aguirre, Patrick Keating, Jennifer Mawhinney and...

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