No Name Players serve up a dark comedy starring six weird sisters.
The comedy at The Public pits a sensitive young man against a sensational diva.
While many big theater companies go dark for the summer, it’s the time when smaller companies shine.
City Theatre’s new play is a ride through the wild side of midlife crisis.
The Pittsburgh Fringe is back for a second year from May 8 to 10, with than 18 events over three days, including musicals, puppetry, magic shows, improv, dance, busking, stand-up and storytelling.
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.