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Long Division

creator/playwright
Peter Dickinson
date of presentation
April 26 - 30, 2017
April 2017
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In April 2017, Pi produced Peter Dickinson's Long Division at the Annex Theatre in downtown Vancouver.

Long Division uses text, multimedia, and physical theatre to create a play about the mathematics of human connection.

Long Division focuses on seven characters linked - sometimes directly, sometimes more obliquely - by a sequence of tragic events. These characters offer lessons on number theory, geometry and logic, while revealing aspects of their inner lives, and collectively the nature of their relationships to one another.

Playwright: Peter Dickinson
Director: Richard Wolfe
Choreographer: Lesley Telford, Inverso Productions
Composer: Owen Belton
Assistant Director: Keltie Forsyth

Cast:  Anousha Alamian, Jay Clift, Nicco Lorenzo Garcia, Jennifer Lines, Melissa Oei, LInda Quibell & Kerry Sandomirsky

Costume Designer: Connie Hosie
Lighting Designer: Jergus Oprsal
Set Designer: Lauchlin Johnston
Projection Designer: Jamie Nesbitt
Production Manager: Jayson Mclean
Stage Manager: Jethelo E. Cabilete
Assistant Projection Designer: Cameron Fraser
Lighting Design Associate: Jeff Harrison

Dates/Times: April 26 - 29 at 8pm, April 29 and 30 at 2pm
Student performance on April 27 at 1pm

A Talk-Back will take place after the 2pm show on April 29th.

Location: The Annex, 823 Seymour Street, Vancouver

Tickets are inclusive of all fees.
April 26th at 8pm & April 29th - 30th at 2pm: $25
April 27th - 29th at 8pm: $30

Check out this great Long Division teaser by Daniel O'Shea.

Featuring:
Anousha Alamian, Jay Clift, Jennfier Lines, Nicco Lorenzo Garcia, Melissa Oei, Linda Quibell and Kerry Sandomirsky

Creative Team:
Director Richard Wolfe, Choreographer Lesley Telford, Composer Owen Belton, Set Designer Lauchlin Johnston, Costume Designer Connie Hosie, Lighting Designer Jergus Oprsal and Projection Designer Jamie Nesbitt, Stage Manager Jethelo E. Cabilete

AWards

Jessie Award Nominations:

Outstanding Set Design, Lauchlin Jonston