<i>4.48 Psychosis</i> at Off the Wall

4.48 Psychosis at Off the Wall

We’re locked inside her brain with all the voices she hears

 

Wild With Happy at City Theatre

Domingo’s play is really a showcase for great character actors to show off

The Three Musketeers at Carnegie Mellon Drama

The action is thrilling, the swordplay dazzling

Montreal’s BJM Danse brings an eclectic showcase of work by rising-star choreographers

“It relates to how troubled the world is today.”

Pittsburgh Ballet presents the North American premiere of a renowned choreographer’s Romeo & Juliet

“She is a very determined young girl who will not be moved.”

Collaborators at Quantum Theatre

A surreal 2011 comedy now has new political resonances

Uncle Tom’s Cabin at Point Park Conservatory

Cousin and Jacobs aim to rescue the work from all its accumulated baggage

Lights Out at Pittsburgh Playwrights

A drama set on a Pittsburgh subway is never dull, but it’s also never as absorbing as it could be

Peter and the Starcatcher at Pitt Stages

The level of commitment is through the roof

Baltimore at Pitt Stages

A play explores how we talk about race

Miwa Matreyek enters her own animations as a live shadow figure

The effect is magical and something audiences around the globe have marveled at.

Dancer and choreographer Lindsay Fisher gets Over Exposed

“It’s terrifying but at the same time liberating.”

Oedipus Rex at PICT Classic

The cast do declaim with the richest and most melodious voices

James Adomian, Aparna Nancherla and Reformed Whores headline the second annual Burning Bridges comedy festival

“I’m yelling the word ‘masturbating’ on the street!”

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