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Ordinary lives are made extraordinary by the events of “Too Heavy for Your Pocket,” at the Falk School in Oakland.
The Theresa Rebeck play at the South Side theater sounds the alarm on one family’s dysfunction.
Theaters completing the American Century Cycle are honored by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and August Wilson House.
The actors worked together in “A Doll’s House Part 2” at the Public and continued to shine in Pittsburgh theaters throughout the year.
“Cambodian Rock Band” at City Theatre and a few Pittsburgh Public productions stood out in a year of moving and timely productions.
Veteran actors James FitzGerald and Martin Giles elevate a standard ghost story. McKeesport native mesmerizes with story of his journey from
The performance by Sheila McKenna and the creative team bring a dynamic version of the Bard’s wife to West Homestead.
Pittsburgh’s literary theater company presents a new adaptation of the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
The Aaron Sorkin play about a military murder trial resonates across the decades in Pittsburgh Public Theater’s engaging new production.
The Bard’s tragic tale marks the celebration of 15 years of Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks.
The Tony Award-winning musical grabs for the heartstrings in a powerful production at the New Hazlett Theater.
The Post-Gazette’s senior theater critic fondly remembers his old friend and theatrical colleague.
The play begins with an Afghani woman describing the sounds, images and memories of Kabul, but then centers on an American mother and son.
Quantum Theatre delivers the majesty and tragedy of “King Lear,” amid the monumental ruins of the Carrie Furnaces in Rankin.
Two CAPA students compete in national August Wilson Monologue Competition May 6 in New York City.
The 84-year-old Dame Maggie appears in the one-woman play “A German Life,” which opened April 12 at London’s Bridge Theatre.
The comedic sequel to the Ibsen drama is a perfect vehicle for Lisa Velten Smith as Nora and a deft cast, directed by Ted Pappas.
Young actresses portray real-life Mirabel sisters, who were martyred by the brutal Trujillo regime of the Dominican Republic.
The first- and second-place winners will represent the city at the national competition in New York City.
The Pittsburgh playwright’s “Run the Rabbit Path” features a familiar family story with an unexpected payoff in its premiere production.
Director Marya Sea Kaminski is off to a great start with a cast led by Tamara Tunie, in Shakespeare’s fantasy of revenge and forgiveness.
Reviews of ‘Where Did We Sit on the Bus’ at City Theatre and ‘In the Heights’ at Pittsburgh Musical Theater.
Quantum’s “Chatterton,” the Public’s “Hamlet” and Front Porch’s “Grey Gardens” top the PG critics’ picks for last year&r…
2018 Post-Gazette Performer of the Year Wali Jamal delivers PG/August Wilson House honor in person.