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 »
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INFORMATION AND TICKETS
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 »
TICKETS AND INFORMATION HERE.
*** 12/17 2PM MATINEE WILL PERFORM AS SCHEDULED ***
On December 1st, PICT Classic Theatre will continue its 2016-2017 season at Union Project with THE LION IN WINTER. The play, written in 1966 by James Goldman, depicts Henry II’s transition of power during Christmas in the year 1183 amid family dysfunction and political maneuvering. Though Goldman’s play is fictional, it is based upon actual… Read more »
Join PICT for a night unlike any other. William Shakespeare’s ROYAL REGALE: a feast for the senses – and the centuries! at The Church Brew Works Thursday, October 20th, 2016 6:00pm Entertainment, auctions, and an Elizabethan banquet! TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE
DON’T DELAY: purchase your 2016-2017 season subscriptions today to enjoy PICT’s exciting line-up of “Classics in the RAW.” Click HERE for tickets and subscription packages.
Happy New Year, PICT friends! We send a heartfelt thank-you to each and every one of our fans for believing in and supporting us throughout our 2015 Season. We couldn’t have done it without you! There were certainly some dire situations and tough decisions to be made for PICT in 2015. But through your generous… Read more »
PICT is back with a classic about the spirit of charity in time for the holidays. Pittsburgh, PA, November 4, 2015- After a total staff lay-off, the cancellation of a production and a series of very real discussions about whether PICT should close its doors forever, PICT Classic Theatre is pleased to announce its return… Read more »