Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company

“Savior Samuel”

By Brian Pope Faith is in the eye of the beholder. It is an abstract concept. It is reliant on context. It is difficult to hold on to when the harsh realities become overwhelming. The consequences of not having faith… Read More ›

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom

“1-2-You know what to do…” With Pittsburgh Playwright Theatre Company’s sterling reputation as the city’s premier interpreter of August Wilson’s work, one would think it’s as easy as counting to three for them to mount yet another searing and soulful… Read More ›

Spring Preview 2018

A letter from the Editor, Well gang, we made it through another Pittsburgh winter. A few tires may have been sacrificed to the Goddess of Potholes but we all made it through in one piece, right? All erratic weather aside,… Read More ›