PICT in 2015

“Hell is empty and all the devils are here!”
- Shakespeare’s The Tempest


But in PICT Classic Theatre’s expanded 2015 season, these sinful devils share the stage with some saintly Samaritans, and both sides will tempt you to indulge in their antics. Savor the heavenly tunes of Jacques Brel  before being transported to Sharon’s mystical grave on the western coast of Ireland.  Relish the comedy of a the chaos caused by a secret in How the Other Half Loves before witnessing Joan of Arc  as she crowns the King of France. From the antebellum old south, to dark and grimy Victorian London, to Prospero’s enchanted isle, PICT’s 2015 season invites you to EXPECT MORE from your entertainment.

The season kicks off in just one month with the world premiere of For the Tree to Drop, by Lissa Brennan, which is part of PICT’s brand- new Downtown Series. Single Tickets for the entire season are on sale now, ranging from $30 to $54. However, if you would like to attend multiple productions 2015, check out PICT’s regular and flexible subscription rates to receive the best value and subscriber benefits!


PICT Classic Theatre’s Young Professionals Discount is available all season! For those ages 30 and under, buy your ticket for $20 + 5. Use discount code 30UNDER at checkout and select WILL CALL as delivery method. Show ID to pick up at the theatre.

To reach House Management at the theatre, please call 412-624-0197. House Managers are usually available up to two hours before the performance time.

PICT Educates

After 1,400 students came to PICT’s record-breaking production of Macbeth, PICT hosted the teachers at an inaugural Tea for Teachers event on November 6, 2014 at the Pittsburgh Athletic Association. Special thanks to the Pittsburgh Athletic Association Sisters Floral and Paul at the Irish Design Center for their help and support of this event:


Deborah Frauenholz (Avonworth High School), James FitzGerald (PICT 2014 Featured Artist), Heidi Rinkacs (Oakland Catholic High School), Ryan Ferrebee (PICT Development Manager) and Matthew Sudnik (Central Catholic High School)