Pi Theatre staff and board had a lovely dinner at Nuba in downtown Vancouver on December 19th to mark the end of the year. Great food. Great company. Bring on 2012!
(In the photo: Pi GM Becky Low, Secretary Dawn Padget and President Ben Unterman.)
Pi’s playwright in residence Sean Devine unveiled his newest work-in-progress at CBC Studio 700 Thursday night in front of an enthusiastic crowd of more than thirty people. “Except in the Unlikely Event of War” takes a look at whether peace is actually desirable or is war, in fact, better for us all.
The actors from left to right are Alex Ferguson, Vincent Gale, Kathleen Duborg, Todd Thomson and Richard Wolfe. Except will have its second workshop this summer.
Thanks to all who came out to support Sean and new play development in Vancouver.
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