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Vigilance Theater Group adds spooky new voice to Pittsburgh immersive theater scene

The new theater company debuts their first show Hollow Moon.

Pittsburgh Opera’s Hansel & Gretel is a family-friendly affair

Marianne Cornetti’s whimsical portrayal of the witch is worth the price of admission

In the church of Pipeline, testifying is allowed

MacArthur "Genius Grant" recipient Dominique Morisseau delivers an electrifying, angry, deflating, joyful story about Black families and the school-to-prison pipeline

Festival of Firsts brings Karoo Moose - No Fathers to Trust Arts for its U.S. premiere

The show stands as a social commentary and a clarion call for action against international injustice and demands to be heard.

Inside Chatterton, Quantum Theatre’s immersive, twisting mystery at Trinity Cathedral

This is a story about how people relate to an artist through their work, how they fill in missing details and project their own baggage to make sense of the unknown.

Pittsburgh Public Theater's Pride and Prejudice is overflowing with strange, charming heart

It's the first show chosen by its new artistic director, Marya Sea Kaminski

Kenneth Lonergan's Lobby Hero from barebones productions

Four people, one murder investigation, the lobby of a Manhattan apartment building

Review: SEX aka Wieners and Boobs at Arcade Comedy Theater

Anyone familiar with David Wain, Michael Showalter, and Joe Lo Truglio should know what to expect from this thing.

Kinetic Theater's The Father submerges its audience in the exasperating, heartbreaking reality of living with Alzheimer's

The events on stage are as confounding and illogical to the suffering character as they are to those in the audience

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