Friday, January 19, 2007

PGHTC Weekly Pick

JOIN US IN HELL for Jean Paul Sarte's No Exit

Presnted by: Cup-A-Jo Productions
Thru Jan 20
Garfield Artworks

Friday, January 12, 2007


So what are the chances that TWO PGH theatre companies would hold 24-hour-play-events on the same weekend? Pretty good, actually becuase it's happening this weekend! And the best part… you can make it to both projects. So take a nap and grab a caffeinated beverage and we’ll see you at the theatre!

Saturday Night: Redeye Theatre Project 2.3.24 hour play festival
Jan 13
Studio Theatre

Sunday Night: BUS 2. 24-hour play festival
presented by Bricolage Theatre
Jan 14

Saturday, January 06, 2007

Resolute in 2007!

Resolutions are always the hot topic this time of year… fitness centers dropping rates in order to entice you to agree to a twelve month contract, restaurants offering lighter fare options… Starbucks coming out with sugar-free versions of their most popular elixirs! Everywhere you turn it seems like the entire capitalistic universe is diligently supporting our New Year’s Resolutions… a class to help you loss weight… a pill to get you to stop smoking… a hypnotist to halt your over consumption of alcoholic beverages. American citizens have set intentions and marketing teams across the country and around the world are ready to help you reach your goals… for a small charge, of course.
But what if your resolution is less constrictive and more constructive… refined… What, if like my own, your resolution is to see and support more of Pittsburgh Indie Theatre? Has the PGH Theatre Community collectively picked a diversified season… a buffet of options… a plethora relevant stage stories? The answer is “YES!”
So, if you find yourself up for a challenge, join PGH Theatre Connect in our One-A-Week challenge. Every week in 2007 we will choose one production… one must see masterpiece giving a true urgency to our Weekly Pick. Many well purposed resolutions fade away after a few months, but we here at PGHTC vow to keep you on track.

So here’s to good intentions and we’ll see you at the theatre!