<I>Come Back, Little Sheba</i> at The Summer Company

Come Back, Little Sheba at The Summer Company

Director Justin Sines brilliantly evokes the intimate, crepuscular despair of William Inge’s 1950 work

Shrek The Musical at Pittsburgh CLO

The CLO production features a cast of top-quality performers

Anna in the Tropics at Little Lake

It’s an impressive production with flawless performances

The Gin Game at Apple Hill

It’s an enduring gem

Anything Goes at The Theatre Factory

A modestly scaled classic still entertains

Church Basement Ladies at South Park Theatre

These are tough roles; the characters proudly sing about how bland they are.

Carmen the Gypsy at Opera Theater SummerFest

This is a lean, mean version that gets right to the point

Light Up the Sky at Little Lake

It’s as much fun as You Can’t Take It With You

Chicago at Pittsburgh CLO

Choreography wins the day in this Broadway favorite

Venus in Fur at Pittsburgh Public Theater

It’s been some time since I’ve had such a flat-out blast at the theater.

Judgment at Nuremburg at Throughline

The play remains painfully relevant

Matilda at PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh

This is a tiny show distended and glitz-engorged beyond all reason

The Consorts at The Summer Company

Costume drama meets po-mo farce in this new play

The 39 Steps at CLO Cabaret

Most of the magic is that only three people play all the characters opposite our beleaguered hero

The Spitfire Grill at Front Porch Theatricals

Front Porch has put together a cast of powerhouse voices

The Old Settler at New Horizon

It’s is a lovely and loving portrayal of African-American life


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