Pittsburgh Public Theater Opens with Equus

By: Amanda Narcisi When the 43rd season of Pittsburgh Public Theater opened this year it began with a controversial play that was picked by Ted...

“Death of a Salesman” is a Beautiful Marathon of Tragic Malaise

Pittsburgh Public Theater and Director, Mary B. Robinson, took the bull by the horns with their recent production of Arthur Miller's "Death of a...

The Man Behind ‘The Long Walk’: An Interview with Author Brian Castner

In 2012, The Long Walk: A Story of War and the Life That Follows was released. The war memoir, and story of his...

Dinosaurs, Animation, Activism and More at the Third Annual Pittsburgh Humanities Festival

The Pittsburgh Humanities Festival comes back for its third year, hosted by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and the Humanities Center of Carnegie Mellon University....

Ready, Set, Sing: Five Surprising Facts about the Pittsburgh Opera’s New Season

The Pittsburgh Opera recently opened their latest season with Tosca and The Marriage of Figaro was next - but did you know that the...

Pittsburgh Opera’s Second World Premiere Goes Intimate with Ashes & Snow

After 78 years of operation, the Pittsburgh Opera presented its first world premiere in 2017 with The Summer King. Continuing this tradition-in-the-making, on February...

Rocky Bleier Returns to the O’Reilly Stage in the 2017 Production of “The Play”

Rocky Bleier is a Pittsburgh legend for his battles on the football field, as well as the battlefield of Vietnam. Rocky joined the Pittsburgh...

Oscar Wilde at the Frick: PICT Brings the Legend to Life

The grand mansions and ornate galleries of the Frick Pittsburgh are home to incredible art collections and antique carriages, bringing...

4.48 Psychosis is Manic Brilliance

Walking into the Carnegie Stage, the set for 4.48 Psychosis, a play written by Sarah Kane, and directed by Robyne Parrish, echoed the mist...

“A Funny Thing Happened…”: Pappas Brings a Sondheim Comedy Classic to the Pittsburgh Public...

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum opens on January 25th at Pittsburgh Public Theater. Set in ancient Rome, A Funny Thing...

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