All of us at onStage Pittsburgh are thankful for the Pittsburgh performing artists who entertain us year-round with cultural choices. Profound, provocative or just plain fun, we are here for it all.
Most of all, we are thankful for our readers, who engage with and support the performing arts in our region. It has been a little more than a year since Pittsburgh in the Round evolved into onStage Pittsburgh, and with every click, you help keep alive hometown arts journalism and a robust conversation about the cultural vitality of Pittsburgh.
At this time of year, we also are thankful for holiday traditions and newcomers to the scene, whether it’s annual versions of A Christmas Carol or The Nutcracker, or something new, such as Pittsburgh Public Theater presenting A Christmas Story for the stage.
You never know when you will witness a new favorite performance, or be able to say, “I saw it here first.” For instance …
If you attended Arcade Comedy Theater’s production of Larissa FastHorse’s The Thanksgiving Play last year, you can boast a bit of history in the making: Second Stage Theater will bring The Thanksgiving Play to the Helen Hayes Theater next year, making FastHorse the first female Native American playwright produced on Broadway, with direction by Tony-winner Rachel Chavkin.
Check out what Arcade Comedy is up to this season here. And if you are looking for something to be thankful for onstage, year-round, follow onstagepittsburgh.com, subscribe for email alerts and keep checking https://onstagepittsburgh.com/tag/whats-on-stage/,
Cheers and good health to all of you on Thanksgiving and always!
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