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Welcome to PICT Classic Theatre’s 2017-2018 Season: Expect the Best

PICT Classic Theatre announces its 2017-2018 Season, with a focus on classic authors William Shakespeare, Oscar Wilde, and Charlotte Brontë, in new performance venues in Crafton, Oakland, and Point Breeze. The season will begin in August with a preliminary special event, MURDER AT THE CRAFT HOUSE: WHO KILLED ALAN STANFORD?, a reception and interactive murder… Read more »

Casting Notice: PICT Classic Theatre 2017-2018

Dates: Friday, July 28th 10am to 6pm Saturday, July 29th 12pm to 4pm Tuesday, August 1st 10am to 6pm   Location: PICT Classic Theatre’s Office and Studio: 2403 Sidney St. Suite 285, Pittsburgh PA 15203   Requirements: Please prepare two one-minute monologues – one of heightened text (Shakespeare, Greek, Classical, etc.) and one contemporary. Please bring… Read more »

Stage review: ‘Sive’ sparkles as PICT returns to Keane’s Irish rogues – Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

by CHRISTOPHER RAWSON Pittsburgh Post-Gazette In one sense, “Sive” is just a quasi-melodramatic Irish tragedy, like a rural “Romeo and Juliet.” But hearing its unexpected passages of dark, poetic passion, you’ll find it’s much more. John B. Keane (1928-2002) is one of the master Irish playwrights, which means he’s a master of a high sort…. Read more »

Stage Review of ‘Sive’ – Pittsburgh in the Round

by CAYLEIGH BONIGER | Pittsburgh in the Round The cut-away of an Irish cottage that serves as a set for PICT’s production of John B. Keane’s Sive (pronounced sigh-ve), looks a quaint place, if sparse and threadbare, but it will house a destructive tableau of hungry, grasping poverty.  What befalls because of it prompts Nanna… Read more »

Stage Preview: Journey into the Irish countryside with ‘Sive’ at the Union Project – Tribune-Review

by SALLY QUINN | Tribune-Review Pict Classic Theatre ends its season with a John B. Keane Pittsburgh premiere. The Pict audience was first introduced to the Irish playwright two years ago to popular acclaim with “Sharon’s Grave.” Though not well known here, Keane has been one of the most acclaimed playwrights in his homeland since… Read more »