Detroit ’67

Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama’s production of Detroit ’67  has all of the elements for success – an award-winning playwright, an award-winning director, a strong design team, and a talented young cast. Taken all together, this production falls a… Read More ›


Some stories are critical to get right. The Pittsburgh Public Theater’s latest production, Sweat, is one of those stories. Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play traces the ripple effect of layoffs among a group of steelworkers. While Nottage’s play is set… Read More ›

Game On

The World Premiere of GAME ON at Greer Cabaret Theater, home to the Pittsburgh CLO Cabaret, is sensational fun. The audiovisuals of a simulated television game show, tucked into the intimate cabaret theater will melt away the madness of your day… Read More ›

The Lion in Winter

Walking through The Little Lake Theatre Company’s stage felt warm and traditional, like going to your grandparents’ for the holidays. Torches lighted the area and gave an overall homey impression and got me in the mood for an old-fashioned Christmas… Read More ›