Pittsburgh Theater News and Reviews

The Art of the Intern
By Emily Anne Gibson · Sep 24, 2012
Emily Anne Gibson shares five tips to get the most out of this key college experience.
A New Semester of Opportunities
By Emily Anne Gibson · Sep 10, 2012
Emily Anne Gibson prepares to leave Carnegie Mellon University behind, in preparation for a study abroad experience at St. Catherine's College of the University of Oxford.
Carnegie Mellon Alumnus Rory O'Malley to Participate in One-Night Reading of 8
By Bethany Rickwald · Aug 29, 2012
Rory O'Malley (© Tristan Fuge) Tony Award nominee Rory O'Malley will return to Carnegie Mellon University, his alma mater, for a free one-night-only reading of
Pittsburgh Public Theater Announces 2012-2013 Season
By Bethany Rickwald · Jul 23, 2012
Pittsburgh Public Theater has announced plans for its 2012-2013 Made in America season, which will include a six-play subscription series and two special events, ...
PHOTO FLASH: Patrick Wilson Gives Keynote at Carnegie Mellon Commencement
By Dan Bacalzo · May 23, 2012
Patrick Wilson (Courtesy Carnegie Mellon University) Stage and screen star Patrick Wilson gave the keynote address at his alma mater, Carneg
August: Osage County
By Christopher Byrne · Sep 13, 2012
The Pittsburgh Playhouse presents a thoroughly engrossing, beautifully acted production of Tracy Letts' drama about a dysfunctional family.
By Michael Portantiere · Oct 18, 2004
John Scherer in Broadway(Photo © Ric Evans) The fascinating thing about Broadway, the 1926 play by George Abbott and Philip