As ‘Robin Hood’ and ‘Love Letters’ bring the Pittsburgh Public Theater season to a close, AD Marya Sea Kaminski talks about how her programming is aimed at the warm feeling audiences crave.
By Bob Hoover After The Piano Lesson, the 1986 play that earned August Wilson his second Pulitzer Prize, he was ready to move on to the next chapter in his Pittsburgh cycle. The inspiration would be this line: “Then I… Read More ›
Emeka Learned What He Learned from August Wilson, on His Way to ‘Two Trains Running’ at Pittsburgh Public
By Sharon Eberson Justin Emeka had the determination to do things his way, along with the insight to seek advice from a giant of American theater. So it was natural that the fledgling director would seize every opportunity to speak… Read More ›