You’ve got Oscar Wilde. You’ve got Walt Whitman. And a strong play about the day they really met.
The Public begins a weekly web series of dramatic theatrical readings.
A new play by David L. Williams at Through is a psycho-political art thriller laced with humor.
This big screen version of the old TV series gives the 1960’s a shot of cinematic Botox.
Six deceased superstars haunt Paris’ ‘L’Hotel’ in a world premiere at Pittsburgh Public Theater
Blaine Siegel, John McDonald, “Bolero” and “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice,” “The Importance of Being Ernest,” Pens vs. Flyers