As of January 12th, the following productions have been rescheduled or cancelled due to COVID concerns:
Comtra Theatre’s production of Cabaret scheduled to open this week has been postponed until May 13th with performances through the 21st.
PICT Classic Theatre’s production of The Endgame has been rescheduled from February to May 14-28, 2022.
Limit of Things from Off the Wall Productions at Carnegie Stage has been postponed due to COVID concerns | https://www.insideoffthewall.com/
Pittsburg Bladet Theatre’s presentation of Alice in Wonderland has been cancelled. Alice is a U.K. production that involves cross-Atlantic travel and therefore presents risks that PBT is not prepared to take on with so much uncertainty and ever-changing circumstances surrounding international travel. With a short run of only four performances, rescheduling the production is unfortunately not a feasible option.
How the Hell Did I get Here from the Pittsburgh Public Theatre – Lesley Nicol and her international creative team were originally slated to travel from London for the Pittsburgh premiere of this production from January 26 through February 13. Given the current challenges of international touring due to high COVID-19 transmission rates, the show is moving performance dates to July 20 through August 7, 2022 at the O’Reilly Theater has been rescheduled for July 20 to August 7th.
PICT Classic Theatre’s After Independence will now be presented as a live stream on January 23, at 2 & 7pm.
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