STAGE & SCREEN
written by Colleen Murphy
directed by Stephen Drover
Winner of 6 Jessie Awards including ‘Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble’ and ‘Outstanding Production’. Pippa originated the role of ‘Leap’.
About the show: The Society for the Destitute Presents Titus Bouffonius is an inspired marriage of Shakespearian text, contemporary dialogue, and the French clown technique of bouffon. Audaciously satirical and physical, it is an unflinching look at war, rage, grief, and the delicate intersection of the beautiful and the grotesque in our world today.
“Mackie handles some of the toughest material. Her Leap is a sex worker, but she’s also deeply damaged from her background of being abused. When Leap’s character, Lavinia, suffers a horrific fate and can no longer speak clearly, Mackie not only rises to the challenge, she shines.” - the Georgia Straight
“The Society for the Destitute Presents Titus Bouffonius is deranged, darkly funny, and perverse, but its subversiveness also serves a purpose, and it makes for an unforgettable experience” — Andrea Warner, The Georgia Straight
Mosaic Entertainment in association with Superchannel
directed by Michael Kennedy
Pippa played supporting lead ‘Bronwyn’ in this teen comedy, now available on iTunes.
written by Mark O’Rowe
directed by Richard Wolfe
Pippa played the role of ‘B’ in this Irish spoken word drama. She was nominated for a Jessie Richardson Award for ‘Outstanding Performance by a Female in a Lead Role ‘ Small Theatre. Terminus won ‘Outstanding Production’ Small Theatre, along with 2 other Jessie Awards.
directed by Ryan Gladstone
role of Pam
“It’s hard to keep your eyes off Pippa Mackie who plays Pam, the sweetly naive spouse who has the biggest epiphany of the evening, with a transformation that is simply astounding to witness. When she is called upon to cry, she cries. When she is called upon to be hysterical, she walks the edge. When she is called upon to have an orgasm, she puts Meg Ryan in her place.” - Vancouver Presents
Arts Club Theatre
written and directed by Morris Panych
Pippa played the role of Deirdre in this dark comedy by world renowned playwright/director Morris Panych.
“Mackie’s Deirdre shows just the right combination of surliness and vulnerability.” - Vancouver Plays
Pippa as the role of ‘Colette’ on CW’s Supernatural
directed by Johnna Wright
Pippa played the title role of Sylvia.
“Mackie steals the show, getting laughs and giggles practically every time she moves and speaks” - Review Vancouver
Arts Club Theatre
written by Joan MacLeod
directed by Mindy Parfitt
Pippa played the role of Janie
“ As new mother Janie, Mackie shows us how devastating being home alone with a new baby can be especially when married to a largely unsympathetic husband.” - Jo Ledingham
Firehall Arts Centre
written by Tracey Power
directed by James MacDonald
Pippa originated the role of Hanna in this musical comedy.
“Pippa Mackie is a powerhouse in the role of Hannah, the bastard child who manages to insert herself into the merry band of female actors” – See more at: http://vancouverpresents.com/theatre/theatre-review-miss-shakespeare-takes-aim-feminism-arts/#sthash.Iga3AHLM.dpuf
Pippa played the recurring role of Tess
Pippa plays supporting lead in this feel good Christmas movie. Reel One Entertainment.
written and directed by Academy Award Winner Cameron Crowe
Pippa was part of the first pilot episode ‘Roadies’
role of Amy
Pippa co-created and co-curated this event with Jeff Gladstone. This is an image from the ‘Religion Edition’ of this sold out run.
Pippa Mackie graced the cover of the Georgia Straight as a featured artist along with actor Anton Lipovetsky
LINK TO FULL ARTICLE by Colin Thomas here:
Pippa Mackie alongside co-writer/performer Emmelia Gordon in their nation-wide sensation ‘The Progressive Polygamists’
Pippa was named ‘One to Watch - Theatre Edition’ for Artslandia Magazine.
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