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

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

Vanessa German takes the stage for the title role in Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

The Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company presents the August Wilson play at the Highmark Blues and Heritage Festival

Play review: the waiting room

CorningWorks' the waiting room shares stories of life, as much as death

The queen, the assassin, the playwright, and the spy: History meets comedy in City Theatre’s all-female production of The Revolutionists

Real-life women of the French Revolution meet in City Theatre’s new show

New Pittsburgh Public Theater director hopes to bring inclusivity, twists on tradition to theater season

"I have never seen a city so ignited around immersive theater. It's unbelievable."

Pittsburgh New Works Festival brings original one-act plays to Carnegie Stage for its 28th year

“This is what is so special about new work. It is immediate and, even if it doesn't directly tackle the events of the day, it can't help but be shaped by them.”

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels helps revive theater’s book musical

Director TJ Pieffer stages thoroughly respectable production for Stage 62

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