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The latest curtain-risings in theater and dance
Try a Snarly Treat: It’s ‘Brewed’
No Name Players serve up a dark comedy starring six weird sisters.
‘Buyer & Cellar’ Frolics through the Underbelly of Fame and Power
The comedy at The Public pits a sensitive young man against a sensational diva.
June Theater Preview: Try Something Different
While many big theater companies go dark for the summer, it's the time when smaller companies shine.
‘Midsummer’: A Booze-Fueled Caper with Songs, Silliness, and Plenty of Heart
City Theatre's new play is a ride through the wild side of midlife crisis.
Pittsburgh Fringe Returns with Exciting, Adventurous Line-Up
The Pittsburgh Fringe is back for a second year from May 8 to 10, with more than 18 events over three days, including musicals, puppetry, magic shows, improv, dance, busking,
May Theater Preview: Silly Season
Not to complain. Silly is good. And there's a lot of it on Pittsburgh stages this month.
Chiller Theater: Quantum Haunts the House with ‘All the Names’
Quantum Theatre's new play has dark secrets inside secrets.
April Theater Preview: Bright Lights, Dark Comedy
Dark humor takes the spotlight at Pittsburgh theater companies in April.
‘Endless Lawns’ Delivers a Four-Ring Circus
Anthony McKay's "Endless Lawns" packs the stage with cage-match pandemonium—and it's really about the lawn.
‘Elemeno Pea’ Digs Into Life’s Elementary Perplexities
City Theatre's new comedy 'Elemeno Pea' offers a take on how both halves live.