November theater in Pittsburgh includes the all-new “L’Hotel” and “Smart Blonde,” plus re-adapted and revived classics … and a couple of wild cards.
Legendary classic “The Glass Menagerie” starts The Pittsburgh Public Theater’s 40th anniversary season.
Plays on tap in Pittsburgh this October run the gamut from Shakespeare to dystopian satire, plus some new pieces.
“Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme” details a unit of Irish soldiers as they come together to form a cohesive fighting force and explores the casualties suffered by the war’s survivors.
Pittsburgh’s theater calendar for September features a strong and diverse lineup of plays—including several with subjects from the early 20th century.
“Tamara,” a remarkable and challenging play, is intimately brought to life through Quantum Theatre’s Pittsburgh production.
This musical about a pair of real-life Siamese twins, the Hilton sisters, gets into some stirring business about real life for all of us.
Strange things happened on the opening night of Orlando.
There is nothing in theater quite like an evening of one-acts. If the plays are right you get a greatest-hits effect, a sampling of tightly honed short pieces in different styles and moods.
That’s what the Pittsburgh Pride Theater Festival is going for with this year’s offering: two comedies plus two dramas, all of them new works by various playwrights. They are packaged into an under-two-hour show called Acting Out, which runs from June 5-13 downtown. And yes, the show’s title
If you enjoy plays that evoke the spirits of bygone ages and stages, then PICT Classic Theatre—formerly Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre—is the company for you. Although PICT does some contemporary pieces, it specializes in throwbacks, the many works that either were written