Pittsburgh live theater is loaded with variety this month, so let your gut choose—and we’ll help.
2) Here in America we dutifully recognize Henrik Ibsen as one of the all-time great playwrights, but most of us aren’t very familiar with his plays. After all, Ibsen (1828-1906) has been dead for a while, and he was a Norwegian who wrote in Danish (really), and we’ve had newer waves of writers who are equally dead or
Rangers vs. Pens, ‘The Master Builder,’ Brewers vs. Bucs, Pitt Football Blue-Gold Game
When Ibsen meets Quantum Theatre, it’s an eye-opener and a hair-raiser.
What’s new in Pittsburgh live theater this month? Big stuff—and lots of classical old stuff, newly re-imagined.