Saturday, September 30, 2006

PGHTC Weekly Pick

Some things just get better with time... Cheese, Wine... Greek Dramas...

The Pittsburgh Public Theatre opens its 2006-2007 season with a fresh twist on the Greek classic, Oedipus the King

Through Oct 29
Pittsburgh Public Theatre

Pittsburgh New Works Festival- This Week!

Have you made it to the Pittsburgh New Works Festival annual showcase of new one-acts? If not, get there!

This week: Teiresias of the Toilets by John Rohrkemper; Passing the Hat by Russell Weeks; Moving Mary by Chris Gavaler.

Thru Oct 1.
CAPA Theatre

Saturday, September 23, 2006

PGHTC Weekly Pick

University of Pittsburgh presents fresh young talent in Student Lab Productions of Light Years by Billy Aronson and For Whom the Southern Bell Tolls by Christopher Durang


Thru Oct 1st

Pittsburgh New Works Festival- This Week!

Check out what the Pittsburgh New Works Festival has on the menu for this week...
Death on Flagler by Lucas Leyva
Let Down by Kristen Dewulf
Bridge by Paula Martinac

Thru Sept 24th
CAPA Theatre,

Sunday, September 17, 2006

PGHTC Weekly Pick

The Piano Lesson by August Wilson

Presented by the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company and promising a fesh look of the master's classic.

Thru Oct 1.

Pittsburgh New Works Festival- This Week!

New work right around the corner... GET THERE!

Annual showcase of new one-acts. This week: Touching Aurora by Stacy Isom. The Party by Chris Bondi. How I Know Chuck by Matt Casarino. Thru Sept 17. CAPA Theatre, Downtown. 412/881-6888.


Sunday, September 17th

Take an all-access tour of the New Hazlett Theater (the former home of the Pittsburgh Public Theatre) with Executive Director Sara Radelet and friends from PrimeStage Theatre, Attack Theatre and International Children’s Theater and Festival.

No cost

The New Hazlett Theater is located at 6 Allegheny Square East on the Northside. Oversight for the New Hazlett Theater is provided through collaborative efforts of the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh, The Andy Warhol Museum, the Northside Leadership Conference, Prime Stage Theatre, Attack Theatre and the City of Pittsburgh.

For more information, call 412-320-4610.

Friday, September 08, 2006


Because of your suggestions we've added Thank You Felix Productions to the list... Check'em out!

ABOUT: Thank You, Felix productions exists to spotlight Pittsburgh's local young talent, to demonstrate the benefits of highly collaborative and cooperative productions, to discover innovative ways of keeping live theatre captivating and evocative, and to use non-traditional performance spaces to evoke a more visceral experience.

PGHTC Weekly Pick

The Real Thing,
by Tom Stoppard

Presented by the Playhouse Rep. Promising a REAL GOOD NIGHT at the theatre!

September 6 - 24, 2006

The REP– Point Park University's Professional Theatre Company
Wednesday - Saturday: 8:00 pm
Sunday: 2:00 pm
Tickets: $18 - $22
Rauh Theatre