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Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Pittsburgh's David Conrad returns to the stage in Braddock by Sharon Eberson and Christopher Rawson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Reviews of ‘Where Did We Sit on the Bus’ at City Theatre and ‘In the Heights’ at Pittsburgh Musical Theater.

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Monday, January 7, 2019

Best of Pittsburgh theater in 2018 by Sharon Eberson and Christopher Rawson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Quantum’s “Chatterton,” the Public’s “Hamlet” and Front Porch’s “Grey Gardens” top the PG critics’ picks for last year&r…

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Friday, December 21, 2018

Theater notes: Public's 'Irving Berlin'; CLO's 'Carol'; Bricolage's 'Die Hard N'at,' August WIlson and more by Sharon Eberson and Christopher Rawson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

It’s Christmastime on Downtown stages, while Pittsburgh honors a New Orleans company for completing the American Century Cycle.

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Thursday, December 13, 2018

2018 Post-Gazette Performer of the Year: Wilsonian Warrior Wali Jamal by Sharon Eberson and Christopher Rawson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Pittsburgh actor this year became the only person in the world known to have performed in all 11 of August Wilson’s plays.

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Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Pittsburgh theater: A look back at 2017, and a taste of what's in store this year by Sharon Eberson and Christopher Rawson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh theater in 2017 gave us a lot to think about and to look forward to in 2018. As we announce the multitalented, multifaceted Monteze Freeland as the Post-Gazette’s 2017 Performer…

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Post-Gazette Performer of the Year: Monteze Freeland by Sharon Eberson and Christopher Rawson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The mighty railroad man John Henry, who races a steam drill until his heart bursts. The ambitious, duplicitous manager of “Dreamgirls.” An outrageous preacher and a flamboyant BFF in “…

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Thursday, December 21, 2017

The 10 best evenings in Pittsburgh Theater by Sharon Eberson and Christopher Rawson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

In a tumultuous year, Pittsburgh theater frequently mirrored what was happening in the world beyond — but that’s always true. Theater shows us ourselves, positive, negative and deep…

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Wednesday, January 11, 2017

2016 Post-Gazette Performer of the Year: Eugene Lee by Sharon Eberson and Christopher Rawson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Choosing the Post-Gazette Performer of the Year is never easy, and in the award’s 33rd edition, it was especially challenging. In 2016, audiences saw a number of superb ensembles at Pittsb…

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Friday, December 23, 2016

Best of Pittsburgh Theater in 2016 by Sharon Eberson and Christopher Rawson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The New Year on Pittsburgh stages kicks off with “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” -- one of the best plays of the decade -- arriving at the Benedum Center on Jan. 3.

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Friday, November 25, 2016

PITTSBURGH ON BROADWAY: Who's who in the big picture by Sharon Eberson and Christopher Rawson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

NEW YORK — Times Square was blanketed in Pittsburgh black and gold on Nov.16, when 130 Western Pennsylvanians showed their true colors and gathered for a photo that celebrates our region…

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Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Tony predictions: It's root, root, root for 'An American in Paris' by Sharon Eberson and Christopher Rawson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Among candidates for a Tony Award for best musical, which carries the most economic clout, one of the favorites is “An American in Paris.”

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