Our next production comes from the pen of Edgar Allan Poe, featuring two of his greatest short stories:
The Tell-Tale Heart and The Fall of the House of Usher.
Running May 5 through 20 in the Henry Heymann Theatre.

TWO TALES OF TERROR

For the Tree to Drop

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Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris

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How the Other Half Loves

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Sharon’s Grave

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Oliver Twist

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Great Expectations

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Macbeth

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    For the Tree to Drop
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    Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris
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    How the Other Half Loves
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    Sharon’s Grave
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    Oliver Twist

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with Alan Stanford,
Artistic & Executive Director

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"Good theatre comes from actors sharing experiences over several years."

-Alan Stanford

The Mainstage season of plays will be performed inside the Stephen Foster Memorial, 4301 Forbes Avenue located next to the Cathedral of Learning on the University of Pittsburgh campus.

The Downtown Series will be staged at the Peirce studio inside the Trust Arts Education Center on 805 Liberty Avenue near the Wood Street intersection in downtown Pittsburgh.

"In a deeper sense, we at PICT EXPECT MORE from our artists."

-Alan Stanford

PICT Classic Theatre creates a culture of enlightened entertainment by focusing on the three essential elements of theatre: Authors, Actors and Audience.

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PICT Classic Theatre was founded as Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre, Inc., in 1996 by Stephanie Riso and Andrew S. Paul.

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A Theatre Company of Pittsburgh, by Pittsburgh, for Pittsburgh.

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Save the Date

Thursday, November 5, 2015 at 6:00 pm
J. Verno Studios, 3030 Jane Street, Southside

Visit picttheatre.org/pictplays or  call 412.561.6000 for information.

PICT Educates

PICT’s commitment to education is reflected in the outstanding programming we offer for students and teachers in the Pittsburgh area and beyond. The Learning in Three Acts program gives teachers the opportunity to engage, challenge and entertain their students while connecting them to great works of literature. Our matinee performances bring students to the theatre to experience world-class productions and see how what they read on the page translates to the stage.