“We don't open up a catalog and order something, we create it.”
“It's kind of an explanation of what it means to be a storyteller trying to make a professional living doing what no one in our family history has ever done before.”
"Much like a successful television show that winds itself down, its ending might disappoint fans, but the show exits in a way that is satisfying"
"The Syrian refugee crisis ... was a really interesting and powerful connection to this opera."
“I want the audience to be completely repulsed by this violence.”
"The whole point is to level the playing field"
“There's just like this electricity in the room.”
“Often I meet people while they’re in their underwear.”
Lola Hughes wrote Two Lines in college and in March will take it to the Strawberry One-Act Festival
Whether you like the historical, theatrical, or hip-hop elements of Hamilton, the Pittsburgh theater scene has something for you.
What’s in the boxes? Sometimes cash, sometimes trips, sometimes the painful realization that your life sucks.
Eight performances that touched area audiences’ hearts and minds in very different ways.