Barebones productions puts on a show—literally—with Taylor Mac’s modern tragicomedy.
Good things come in pairs, and there seem to be lots of them in Pittsburgh’s theater schedule this month.
A new seriocomic play about alcoholism and recovery highlights the Pittsburgh theater scene.
The Frick Pittsburgh hosts an art show highlighting big themes and little-known gems from a time of great artistic ferment.
Pittsburgh theater companies aren’t tripping lightly into spring; they’re storming in.
Pittsburgh theater fans are first to see a new play about immigrants in New York City.
All the February rain has sprouted some very nice March musical flowers.
Pittsburgh live theater in March includes a bunch of shows that are multi-ethnic, multinational, multimedia, and/or genre-busting.
Kinetic Theatre brings an intriguing new Sherlock Holmes play to Pittsburgh.
Ryoichi Kurawa is a Japanese electronic artist. The videos in his Pittsburgh show give the viewer a profound buzz.