Thursday, September 23, 2010

the busy world is hushed | jeremy tow memorial performance

Our season opener THE BUSY WORLD IS HUSHED (produced by one2theatre) is upon us with a pay-what-you-can preview tonight (Thursday, Sept. 23) and opening tomorrow.  That's not all that's happening this weekend, however.

Adam Bergquist (founder of one2theatre) would like to announce that the evening performance this Saturday, September 25th will be dedicated to the memory of our dear friend Jeremy Tow.  A long time friend and member of the Pacific Theatre family, Jeremy passed from this life on Tuesday, September 14th. We at Pacific Theatre are deeply saddened by his passing, and are honoured to host a performance dedicated to his memory.

The opening Saturday night of any performance at Pacific Theatre is typically what we like to call our Associated Artist night.  It's the night we invite all the artists who have been involved in Pacific Theatre shows over the past two years to come join us at the theatre - it's an opportunity to not only take in our current play, but also to reconnect with our artist community, something that has always been very important to us here at PT.  As Jeremy was a vital member of not only our community but the entire local arts community, it seems perfectly fitting to dedicate our Associated Artist night to his memory.  Please join us.

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