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.
The revival of an old master’s play garners new interest.
Writing off August as a light month for theater would be unwise. The schedule is loaded.
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s first hit show is being staged in Carnegie.
The Summer Company’s revival of William Inge’s “Little Sheba” brings a 1950s hit back home.
July isn’t only for musicals. The Pittsburgh theater schedule is stocked with stuff of many sorts.
Murder was never so much fun.
The David Ives play at The Public is one sexy (and very funny) power trip.