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  • And the Winner Is…

    This past weekend marked the Inagural Pittsburgh Fringe Festival. With acts including movement, monologues, singing, dancing and improvisation, companies from around the country and from our neck of the woods put on shows from May 9th to the 11th. We,… Read More ›

  • TPS Report – April 28, 2014

    Here’s what you missed last week… Pantagleize at the Quantum Theatre closed on Sunday, April 27. Check out our review of it here. Lives of the Saints closed at CMU on Saturday, April 26. Alice in Wonderland at the Gemini… Read More ›

  • TPS Report – April 21, 2014

    Here’s what you missed last week… The Playboy of the Western World closed for the Conservatory at the Pittsburgh Playhouse on Saturday, April 19. This show closed the season for the Conservatory. Continuing to run this month are… Live of… Read More ›

  • TPS Report – April 14, 2014

    Here’s what you missed last week… The Fever Chart: Three Visions of the Middle East closed at the University of Pittsburgh‘s Student Lab on Sunday, April 13. Continuing to run this month are… Grounded at City Theatre. Running through Sunday,… Read More ›

  • TPS Report – April 7, 2014

    Here’s what you missed last week… Les Miserables at Pittsburgh Musicals closed on Sunday, April 6. Check out our review of it here. Their next production is Seussical the Musical opening May 1 at the Byham Theatre. The Pittsburgh Public… Read More ›

  • TPS Report – March 31, 2014

    Here’s what you missed last week… On Sunday, March 30 City Theatre closed their production of Tribes. Check out our review of the show here. Next up for City Theatre is Grounded. The Glass Menagerie closed on Saturday, March 29… Read More ›

  • TPS Report – March 24, 2014

    This is the first installment of what will eventually be weekly “The Pittsburgh Stage” reports. Reporting on what you’ve missed in the previous week and what’s to come in the current week. Last Sunday, March 16, Gemini Children’s Theatre closed… Read More ›

  • Quantum Gets Qed Up For Q Ball

    The letter Q rarely gets the recognition it should. But without it what would people mind alongside their P’s, which letter would take over as U’s best friend, and how would James Bond get all those really cool gadgets? Fortunately,… Read More ›

  • Coming for 2014… TPS Reports!

    Pittsburgh is home to a vibrant performing arts community, but it isn’t easy for artists and groups to connect. Many of us had talked about ways to build bridges, creating numerous Facebook groups, Twitter lists, and trying our best to… Read More ›