Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Pittsburgh's most established professional theater company got a brand-new home several years back: the well-appointed O'Reilly Theater. The space has been kept busy with polished productions of everything from Greek classics to Pulitzer-winning favorites and world premieres by name writers.
City stages contemporary work, including frequent world premieres, on its main stage in a converted church, with smaller shows in an adjoining black-box space.
Located in the heart of Lawrenceville's gallery corridor, this is Pittsburgh's only gallery devoted to artists with disabilities.
Garfield Artworks was, by several years, in the vanguard of remaking its dog-eared stretch of Penn as an arts corridor, and it continues to impress with monthly shows of contemporary work, most of it local. The gallery also hosts live rock, cutting-edge musical performances and the monthly experimental-film screening series Jefferson Presents ...