We're pleased to offer two sneak peeks of After the Quake - they're both free, so come check them out!
Monday, October 26, doors open from 7:00pm-8:30pm
Drop in and hear the cast of After the Quake at an open rehearsal at the Nikkei Centre, 6688 Southoaks Crescent, Kaede Room (Room 210). (The Nikkei Centre is just a few blocks from the Edmonds Skytrain station.)
Friday, October 30, at 7:00pm
Stop in at the Chapters at Broadway and Granville to hear the cast of After the Quake read a scene from the show, and pick up a copy of Murakami's collection of stories while you're there!
Pi Theatre is looking for emerging artists who might be interested in participating in our Prime Placements program. This year, we will be offering several placements as part of our production for HIVE 3, which will take place from March 11-20 at The Centre for Digital Media. We are currently looking for artists to fill the following roles:
- costume designer
- lighting designer
- set designer
as well as a Technical Director, and possibly a projection designer (this last is subject to grant funding which is not yet confirmed).
Qualified applicants will have significant design experience as...
Haruki Murakami's acceptance speech for the Jerusalem Literary Prize has some interesting things to say about art and politics:
I have come to Jerusalem today as a novelist, which is to say as a professional spinner of lies.
Of course, novelists are not the only ones who tell lies. Politicians do it, too, as we all know. Diplomats and military men tell their own kinds of lies on occasion, as do used car salesmen, butchers and builders. The lies of novelists differ from others, however, in that no one criticizes the novelist as immoral for telling lies. Indeed, the bigger and better his lies...
Today is the launch of our 2009-2010 season and I'm extremely pleased to welcome everyone to a monumental milestone in the history of our company. 2009-2010 marks 25 years of vibrant and vital performances driven by stellar playwrights. This 25th anniversary season celebrates the spirit of our times with relentless style and passion. Come join us for the party, all season long!
We kick off the season with the Canadian premiere of after the quake, co-produced with Rumble Productions, November 19-December 5, 2009 at Studio 16. Then, together with 11 partners from Vancouver's and Victoria's...
On Wednesday September 9th, well over 500 people who believe that culture matters came together at the Vancouver Art Gallery to protest the dismantlement of government involvement in Arts and Culture in British Columbia. According to the Alliance for Arts, between 85% and 92% of core provincial funding for arts and culture will be cut by 2012 from both tax-based and non-tax-based (gaming) streams. No other province in Canada has reduced support for the arts sector during the current recession because they understand that the cultural sector makes both...