Guys and Dolls

Stage 62, a resident theater company of the Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Musical Hall (ACFL&MH) is presenting the iconic Broadway show Guys and Dolls.  This classic encompasses all the elements of great musicals, energetic dance numbers, robust chorus, charming story,… Read More ›

The Yeoman of the Guard

Reflecting the turbulent and changing times of the Renaissance, Pittsburgh Savoyard’s production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Yeomen of the Guard, or The Merryman and His Maid dishes up comedy spiced with some merry melancholy. While mostly darkness and doom… Read More ›

Blue Rooms

Poetry is in many ways the original form of storytelling. Long narrative poems like The Odyssey preceded the alphabet and were passed down the generations through oral tradition. Oral poets tethered listeners with recitations of Odysseus’ travels across the whale… Read More ›


Stage 62’s production of Dogfight is emotionally engrossing and full of wonder.  Replete with reminiscence, both charming and heavyhearted this Pittsburgh premiere is certain to become the most talked about musical performance this spring.  If Stage 62 has been on… Read More ›

The Grand Duke

Hearing a musical work or experiencing a play for the first time is exhilarating. When the “new” piece is a 122-year-old Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, there’s a rare combination of the unknown and the familiar–their last collaboration. There isn’t a… Read More ›


Stage 62 presents Madagascar A Musical Adventure. For the next two weekends, your favorite DreamWorks characters are live on stage, singing, dancing and cheering up and down the aisles of the theater and across the stage. The show opens at… Read More ›


I had high expectations for Stage 62’s production of Annie. Sitting in the audience at the Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall, I listened dreamily as the orchestra introduced the show with a lively preface to one of the… Read More ›