Have you seen Pi Theatre’s production of Hir by Taylor Mac yet? No? This drama about a dysfunctional family is running until December 8 and the media coverage is pouring in. Have a look at Hir’s previews and reviews and find out why this play is not one to miss. Don’t forget to get your tickets and watch what the critics are raving about!
“Richard Wolfe said that finding the right actors to perform in Hir took a national audition process to get right. There were submissions from across the country, but [Jordan] Fowlie just “had something” that the director felt was right for the role.”—Vancouver Sun
“There is no lecture on gender identity; instead, as characters express the messy and complicated parts of themselves, the audience bears witness to the many ways gender can be expressed and experienced.”—SAD Mag
“We’ve seen [Deb] Williams be funny before but this is her Personal Funniest with Jessie award written all over it.”—JoLedingham.ca
“Hir is also surprisingly funny. Under the direction of Richard Wolfe and some terrific performances though, the underlying ridiculousness of what is transpiring on stage is tempered by a startling reality.”—Vancouver Presents
“The entire cast is riveting, and under Richard Wolfe’s direction, the two hours fly by.”—the Georgia Straight
Hir runs November 22-December 8 at the ANNEX, located on the 2nd floor of 823 Seymour Street. Buy tickets now, or purchase a SeeMore Theatre Series Package and see four shows for only $79! Check out all the shows that are part of the SeeMore Theatre Series here.