The strange comedy at Kinetic Theatre is an unlikely but strong contender for Play of the Year.
The new exhibit at the Warhol Museum is more than an art show; it’s psycho-history.
This month provides a smaller, yet interesting selection of plays to experience.
Pittsburgh Public Theater’s latest play is a comedy about the God you’ve always wanted to know.
Summer brings its own special flavor to theater in Pittsburgh.
Theater in Pittsburgh this month features plays that dig deep, and sometimes howl.
Quantum Theatre’s latest is a history-based tragicomic fantasy by John Hodge.
Shows that are drawn from history, or tinker with it shamelessly, highlight this month’s live theater schedule in Pittsburgh.
Jessica Dickey’s play at City Theatre travels to where normal folks don’t go.
There’s mucho variety in March on live theater stages in Pittsburgh.