By Robert Isenberg
The final installment of August Wilson's epic Pittsburgh Cycle premieres at the Public.
Local photographers document the aftermath of an attack on an Indian village.
What's striking about the Koraput Survivors Project is the purity of its presentation.
Tags: Art Reviews + Features
Pittsburgh Playwrights' Acting Out
The timely festival showcases local playwrights and LGBT themes.
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Quantum Theatre's Mnemonic
Mnemonic is an interesting idea that goes nowhere, and takes forever to do so.
A review of Aubrey Hirsch's Why We Never Talk About Sugar
Hirsch's first short-story collection flaunts a variety of voices and styles, proving her extraordinary range.
Tags: Book Reviews + Features
Kopit and Yeston' s Phantom at Pittsburgh CLO
This version of the story is messier, but in many ways more interesting.
Throughline's The Night Thoreau Spent in Jail
Thoreau is laughably sanctimonious, more treatise than drama.
Man of La Mancha at The Company of Pittsburgh
Darrel R. Whitney really looks and sounds like he would try to wrestle a windmill.
Mark Perrott turns his lens on prison graffitti inside Western Penitentiary.
"This is my family tree," a caption reads, but the "tree" is actually a gallows.
Stage 62's Dani Girl
Dani Girl is like the Dora the Explorer of terminal oncology.
Off the Wall's Looking for the Pony
Three terrific local performers gets roles worthy of their talents
By Mars Johnson
Pittsburgh says goodbye to the Penn Avenue "butthole window"
By Amanda Waltz
In Growing Up Yinzer, famous natives from Joe Namath to Billy Porter reflect on the city and its impact
By Rachel Wilkinson
Why can’t I get laid in Baldur’s Gate 3?
By Jessie Sage
Leap Day isn't a holiday, but for babies born at Magee, it's still a reason to celebrate