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Tribune Review: Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre’s ‘School for Lies’ is witty break from holiday sentiment

By Alice T. Carter Published: Tuesday, December 4, 2012, 8:53 p.m. Updated: Tuesday, December 4, 2012 REVIEW For those already experiencing sensory overload from seasonal celebrations, amusements and sales promotions, Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre offers an alternate diversion. There’s nary a hint of holly nor a bough of tinsel-bedecked pine to be found anywhere at “The School for Lies,”… Read more »

Tribune Review: ‘School for Lies’ delights in clever repartee, twists and turns

By Alice T. Carter Published: Wednesday, November 28, 2012, 8:51 p.m. Updated: Monday, December 3, 2012 Cuddled together in a booth at the Double Wide Grill, actors Nike Doukas and Leo Marks are the picture of a contented couple. When they converse, their eyes lock onto each other. They finish each other’s sentences. Responses to interview questions overlap… Read more »

Post-Gazette: PICT’s ‘The School for Lies’ puts a contemporary twist on Moliere

Preview: Parisians behaving badly November 29, 2012 9:21 am   By Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Public Theatre Costume designer Joan Markert introduces the whimsical edginess of an Alexander McQueen runway show to the 17th-century Parisians behaving badly in Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre’s “The School for Lies.” ‘The School for Lies’ Where: Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre at… Read more »

PICT 2013 Season

Contact: Michelle Belan Marketing Director 412.561.6000 x203 mbelan@picttheatre.org RELEASE ON OR AFTER AUGUST 15, 2012  “SCANDAL” TAKES CENTER STAGE IN PICT’s 2013 SEASON Tolstoy and Beethoven, a sexy new look at Don Juan, a unique collaboration with The Holocaust Center of Pittsburgh and the return of Oscar Wilde, Martin McDonagh, and the Victorian crime-fighting duo… Read more »

Ivanov

  AMERICAN PREMIERE OF TOM STOPPARD’S HILARIOUS NEW ADAPTATION OF IVANOV CONTINUES PICT’S CHEKHOV CELEBRATION – OPENING AUGUST 4th Media Contact: Michelle Belan Marketing Director Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre mbelan@picttheatre.org 412-561-6000 x203 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE _______________________________________________________________________ Pittsburgh, PA – July 23, 2012. PICT’s celebration of Anton Chekhov continues with the American premiere of Tom… Read more »

Three Sisters

Media Contact: Michelle Belan Marketing Director Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre mbelan@picttheatre.org 412-561-6000 x203 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Pittsburgh, PA – July 2, 2012. PICT opens its Festival celebrating the works of Anton Chekhov with Paul Schmidt’s translation of Three Sisters.  This production features Nike Doukas as Ólga, Allison McLemore as Másha, as Vera Varlamov… Read more »

Pitmen Painters

Art for the 99% Miners redefine their lives by becoming artists in the Pittsburgh Premiere of Lee Hall’s The Pitmen Painters Media Contact: Michelle Belan Marketing Director Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre mbelan@picttheatre.org 412-561-6000 x203 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE __________________________________________________________________________________________________ Pittsburgh, PA – May 10, 2012. PICT continues its season with the Pittsburgh premiere of The… Read more »

In the Next Room

  Pulitzer finalist launches PICT 2012 season Sarah Ruhl’s In the Next Room or the Vibrator Play makes Pittsburgh debut in an electrifying production directed by Alan Stanford   Media Contact: Michelle Belan Director of Marketing and Sales Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre mbelan@picttheatre.org 412-561-6000 x203 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE _____________________________________________________________________________________ Pittsburgh, PA – April 4,… Read more »

2012 Casting

Single tickets on sale now for stellar PICT 2012 season “Get Turned On” with local, national and internationally-acclaimed artists who bring the world to our stages in a titillating Pulitzer finalist by a leading American female playwright, a true story, an exploration of the comedic facets of a Russian master (and the great Irishman who… Read more »

New Classics March

       Media Contacts: Michelle Belan – 412.561.6000 x203 or mbelan@picttheatre.org Josh Storey – 412.624.0933 or  jstorey@pitt.edu FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ New Classics presents free reading of Lively Stones New play by Sarah Katherine Bowden examines role of women in Colonial Massachusetts Pittsburgh, PA  — March 12, 2012. The New Classics Series wraps up its season… Read more »