<i>The Censor</i> at Throughline Theatre Co.

The Censor at Throughline Theatre Co.

A lot of the fun is guessing where Williams is going to take us in the second act.

Pittsburgh New Works Festival

The festival of one-acts’ Program D offers some strong work

Wig Out! at The REP

Theater review of Wig Out! at THE REP.

A Fine Bright Day Today at Little Lake

A theater review of A Fine Bright Day Today at Little Lake Theater.

Shirley Valentine at PICT Classic

It’s an incredibly charming evening of theater

Better Late at South Park Theatre

Director Melissa Hill Grande paces Late’s bittersweet with humor

Floyd Collins at Front Porch Theatricals

A production of a challenging musical falls short

Loot at Little Lake

The less Orton-like the production became, the more the audience loved it

A History of the American Film at The Summer Company

There’s so much coming so quickly that plenty will surely tickle a funnybone

Seven Guitars at Pittsburgh Playwrights

The dramatic wallop delivered is real.

Peribáñez at Quantum Theatre

This work is especially poignant alfresco.

Weekend Comedy at South Park Theatre

Mindless fluff is fine if it consistently hits the comedy bull’s eye.

Mother Lode at Off the Wall Productions

A biographical play explores a mother-daughter relationship

The Birds at 12 Peers Theater

It’s a “last three people on the planet” story about love and jealousy

South Pacific at Pittsburgh CLO

A classic gets a most enjoyable production

The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie at Little Lake Theatre

The lead is played with a balance of devilish glee and little-girl-lost pathos by the always-arresting Jennifer Sinatra



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