Barebones productions puts on a show—literally—with Taylor Mac’s modern tragicomedy.
The Shakespeare classic shines at The Public.
Good things come in pairs, and there seem to be lots of them in Pittsburgh’s theater schedule this month.
A new seriocomic play about alcoholism and recovery highlights the Pittsburgh theater scene.
Pittsburgh theater companies aren’t tripping lightly into spring; they’re storming in.
Pittsburgh theater fans are first to see a new play about immigrants in New York City.
A small town girl works as a server and expresses her inner feelings through her pie baking for the diner.
Pittsburgh live theater in March includes a bunch of shows that are multi-ethnic, multinational, multimedia, and/or genre-busting.
Kinetic Theatre brings an intriguing new Sherlock Holmes play to Pittsburgh.
A classic ballet with outstanding dancing, score, and now new sets.