Doubt, A Parable at Stage 62
An uneven production of the Pulitzer-winning play
By F. J. Hartland
Tags: Theater Reviews + Features
Amish Burlesque at McKeesport Little Theatre
Amish Burlesque is funny – but not quite funny enough for a show more than two hours long.
In the Heights at the University of Pittsburgh
The Tony-winner receives a colorful and lively production
Pittsburgh Savoyards' Utopia Limited
A Gilbert & Sullivan work gets a fine, if long-delayed, Pittsburgh premiere
New Horizon's Do Lord Remember Me
Show about slavery days features a powerful ensemble of six
The Crucifer of Blood at PICT
It's another dose of Holmes for the holidays
Plaid Tidings at CLO Cabaret
The director, cast and songs deserve a much better book than they got.
Wit at the Theare Factory
Mary Schafer Masterman gives a tour-de-force portrayal of Vivian Bearing.
Throughline Theatre's The Farnsworth Invention
Liam Macik is brilliant as David Sarnoff, one of the first media moguls in America
The Savoyards' Princess Ida
A few standout performances energize this Gilbert & Sullivan rarity
By Mars Johnson
Boomers own a disproportionate share of Pittsburgh-area houses. Is that their fault?
By Matt Petras
Station closes, Grist House expands, Lent arrives, and more Pittsburgh food news
By Rachel Wilkinson
Baddies, bread service, and baked Alaska: Why Lilith is devilishly different
By Sarah Hamm
A sweet move for Sarris Candies, a new Korean bakery, and more Pittsburgh food news