Pittsburgh live theater in March includes a bunch of shows that are multi-ethnic, multinational, multimedia, and/or genre-busting.
Soon it will be time for the Sugar Plum Fairy and Scrooge—but until then, there’s a lot of good non-holiday theater on tap.
As the weather starts to cool the theater and dance scene heats up.
The new play at Quantum Theatre is a knockout-aspiring portrayal of reactions to the Rwandan genocide.
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.
Live theater this month includes Christmas shows, a sort-of-Christmas show, and lots of stuff with no jingle bells whatsoever.
October in Pittsburgh is so full of live theater that one may hardly know where to start, so why not start with our Guide?
The revival of an old master’s play garners new interest.
Writing off August as a light month for theater would be unwise. The schedule is loaded.