Inside LoHiFi

Each collaborating company received a mysterious artefact in the mail along with a series of directions which will serve as a writing prompt to create their contribution to their installation. This is what LoHiFi received…

  • LoHiFi Received a package...

Since then, LoHiFi has been busy creating, project breath and a heart beat…

About LoHiFi Productions Collaborators

chrs-photoChristopher Little Born and raised in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Chris studied Theatre at Dalhousie University’s Professional Actor’s Training Program. In the years to follow, he was a core member of the Irondale Ensemble Project, using improvisation to craft original full-length theatre productions. He also helped to workshop giant puppet productions with Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia and toured them across North America. After living in Japan for a while, Chris went back to school and now works in the marketing department of a local software company. In 2009, he co-founded LoHiFi with his old Irondale comrade Theo Pitsiavas. Since then, they have been making the kind of theatre and performance art he has been dreaming about his whole life. Along the way, he won some Nova Scotia professional theatre awards including Outstanding New Play in 2009 for Grandma Nodas Tigers and Outstanding Performance by a Supporting Actor in 2016 for HARDBOILED, A Sal Dali Crime Tale.

theo-photo-1Theo Pitsiavas is an actor, director, performance artist, playwright, puppeteer, and furniture maker. For seven years he has been the co-artistic director of LoHiFi Productions. With a foundation in physical and improvisational theatre, Theo has been a professional actor for over 28 years, performing in theatre, film and television. Originally from Calgary, he moved to the Halifax in the 90’s and it continues to be his home and creative centre. Last year he played Salvador Dali in LoHiFi’s original production, Hardboiled, which he penned. The play received nine Nova Scotia professional theatre award nominations and won three, including Outstanding New Play. Theo recently directed The Cello of Mr. O, a multimedia production featuring cello, acting and dance, performed by three acclaimed Maritime artists. In 2014, Theo had the rare opportunity to perform at the Fadjr International Theatre Festival in Tehran with Onelight Theatre’s Chess with the Doomsday Machine. Other recent acting credits include playing Detective Tupolski in The Pillowman and Dr. Stockmann in LunaSea Theatre’s Ibsen Bites (An Enemy of The People).

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