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A Risk Worth Taking | Notes by Richard Wolfe — Pi Theatre

When I first read Long Division, Peter Dickinson’s new script, it grabbed me. It felt fresh and innovative. Not only does it have a bold formal structure that’s unlike anything I’d read in the past few years, the play’s content is deeply relevant. It fits the profile of a Pi show—intellectually alive and emotionally charged. Long Division is a multimedia, ... Read More »

Margo Kane and Kevin Loring tackle mom drama “For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again”

No relationship can be more fraught with ups and downs than that of mother and child. For the Pleasure of Seeing Her Again, written by Québécois playwright Michel Tremblay as a love letter to his late mother, explores the hilarity, heartbreak, disconnect and reconciliation of that relationship. Since it was first staged in 1998, this work has become a classic, ... Read More »