Pittsburgh CLO stages an intriguing adaptation of Dickens’ classic ‘A Christmas Carol.’
Live theater this month includes Christmas shows, a sort-of-Christmas show, and lots of stuff with no jingle bells whatsoever.
The new Stephen Adly Guirgis play at The Public takes you into a dark-comedy twilight zone.
Want to see Shakespeare done right? Try PICT Classic Theatre’s latest production..
The ghosts of theater past are made present in revivals and remakes on Pittsburgh stages during November.
Two young lovers and their meddling fathers, what could go wrong?
October in Pittsburgh is so full of live theater that one may hardly know where to start, so why not start with our Guide?
A new play by David L. Williams at Throughline is a psycho-political art thriller laced with humor.
September in Pittsburgh isn’t just about football—the city’s theatre companies open with some highlight-reel plays.
A masterful play with interesting characters, romance and murder.