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During Transgender Awareness Week, Pi Theatre is producing a cabaret featuring dance, live music, short films, drag, poetry and more, all by trans, non-binary and Two Spirit artists. Curated by Gavin K Somers, this event showcases bold trans artistry from across Metro Vancouver. Come celebrate with us! 

This FREE show is part a series of community events Pi is hosting around our production of Hir by Taylor Mac.

Thursday, November 15th at The Junction, 1138 Davie St. 

Doors at 7pm, performances begin at 7:30pm.

Featuring performances by: Molly Billows, Wyatt Riot + Brettley Mason, Teddy Lake...

"Everything about Rick: The Rick Hansen Story feels just right."

Peter Bernie, Vancouver Sun

"Loring’s first, full-length play, it’s a poignant and valuable piece of writing."

Robert Crew, The Star

"Riml's drama is smart, refreshing and somehow timeless."

The Globe and Mail

"I was carried off to the rooftops of Vancouver’s downtown core and into the intimate and fragile history of two young lovers."

Dan Post, Geist

"This is an important piece of theatre, not only to the Native community but to the community at large. Its theatricality is extraordinary, its narrative heartrending and eventually satisfying."

Colin Fallowfield, Steel Bananas

"Almighty Voice and His Wife...is moving, disturbing, funny, confounding and beautiful."

Kate Watson, The Coast
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