October at the Pittsburgh Playhouse

Point Park University’s Pittsburgh Playhouse hosts a variety of performances in October.

The great Arthur Miller confronts the American dream in this dark and passionate tale A View From the Bridge.

In Brooklyn, longshoreman Eddie Carbone welcomes his Sicilian cousins to the land of freedom. But when one of them falls for his beautiful niece, they discover that freedom comes at a price. Eddie’s jealous mistrust exposes a deep, unspeakable secret – one that drives him to commit the ultimate betrayal. The visionary Ivo van Hove directs this stunning production of Miller’s tragic masterpiece.

And So We Walked, streamed from NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE, October 3, 1:00 P.M. at the Pittsburgh Playhouse Highmark Theatre. For tickets visit: https://playhouse.pointpark.edu/tickets/NT-Live/nt-live-a-view-from-the-bridge1

It’s the brassy, bright, and promising year of 1959. Boston’s Colonial Theatre is host to the opening night performance of a new musical. When the leading lady mysteriously dies on stage, the entire cast & crew are suspects. Enter a local detective, who just happens to be a musical theatre fan! Packed with glorious tunes and a witty, charming script filled with delightful characters, Curtains is a hilarious journey for both performers and the audience. The Broadway production garnered 8 nominations at the 2007 Tony Awards® including Best Musical.

Point Park University’s Conservatory Theatre Company presents Curtains, October 13 to 1 at the Pittsburgh Playhouse PNC Theater

For tickets visit https://playhouse.pointpark.edu/tickets/conservatoryTheatre/Curtains

DeLanna Studi, Cherokee performance artist and activist, shares a powerful, multi-faceted dramatic memoir in AND SO WE WALKED: An Artist’s Journey Along the Trail of Tears. This frank, heartwarming and inspiring story recounts the experience of a contemporary Cherokee woman (Studi) who, with her father, embarks on an incredible 900-mile journey along the Trail of Tears to truly understand her own identity and the conflicts of her nation. The play recounts the six-week journey, which retraced the path her great-great grandparents took in the 1830s during the forced relocation of 17,000 Cherokee from their homelands.  AND SO WE WALKED draws on extraordinary interviews, historical research, and the artist’s personal experience to convey the complexities and conflicts with which the Cherokee wrestle. Studi received the 2016 Butcher Scholar Award from The Autry Museum of the American West in acknowledgement of her work on AND SO WE WALKED.

Directed by Corey Madden | Produced by Octopus Theatricals
Co-represented by Octopus Theatricals and Indigenous Performance Productions

And So We Walked, October 23, 7pm For tickets visit: https://playhouse.pointpark.edu/tickets/Playhouse-Presents-The-Artists-Series/And-So-We-Walked



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