Pittsburgh theater company Kinetic stages a British satire that’s a wicked riff on baby-boomers—and more.
From Oscar Wilde to wild modern dance to The Skivvies, there’s much more on Pittsburgh stages this month than traditional Christmas shows.
The Tony-winning play at The Public offers a gritty/funny look at the nation’s holiday spirit.
Soon it will be time for the Sugar Plum Fairy and Scrooge—but until then, there’s a lot of good non-holiday theater on tap.
Peter Shaffer’s pscho-mystery is played to the hilt by Pittsburgh Public Theater.
Good material and a talented cast make this play an enjoyable ride.
As the weather starts to cool the theater and dance scene heats up.
How good is the Kander and Ebb musical at The REP? Yep, that good.
September is a sleepy theater month, or is it?
The new play at Quantum Theatre is a knockout-aspiring portrayal of reactions to the Rwandan genocide.