Not to complain. Silly is good. And there’s a lot of it on Pittsburgh stages this month.
Quantum Theatre’s new play has dark secrets inside secrets.
Dark humor takes the spotlight at Pittsburgh theater companies in April.
Anthony McKay’s “Endless Lawns” packs the stage with cage-match pandemonium—and it’s really about the lawn.
City Theatre’s new comedy ‘Elemeno Pea’ offers a take on how both halves live.
Pittsburgh’s live-theater forecast for the month includes the ghosts of the past and the wave of the new.
Quantum Theatre’s ‘Brahman/i’ is about a nightclub comedian who’s more of a man and a woman than many of us can hope to be.
February is peak season for live theater in Pittsburgh, with a vast lineup of shows that invite you to put down the remote and come on out.
Live theater in Pittsburgh opens the new year with several plays and musicals about people finding—or creating—new identities.
“Or,” a wild play about a remarkable woman, blends screwball comedy with feminist history.