An overview of the theatre scene in Pittsburgh.
Cory Tamler suggests innovation in the conversation with, to, and how playwrights create will spur development in Pittsburgh’s new works theatre scene.
Tami Dixon talks about her company, Bricolage, and how theater can begin important conversations in predominantly-white Pittsburgh.
Dennis Schebetta talks about being a newcomer to Pittsburgh, and the city's history of reinventing and reviving itself.
Matt Morrow, the new Associate Artistic Director of City Theatre, talks about his work with City Theatre, what excites him about new writers, and his recent return to Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh is where Tameka Cage-Conley, a nonfiction writer and poet, to become a playwright. She is pursuing the stories of her location to raise questions about the American landscape.
Karla Boos discusses theatre in Pittsburgh, and the relationship between playwrights and directors.
Playwright Tammy Ryan describes the theatrical and artistic landscape of Pittsburg, and argues for the city to more fully embrace Pittsburgh's local playwrights.
The creation of Our City, a performance night based in civic duties, reminds us to keep the connection of art and civic life as they both feed each other.
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