Posts Tagged: pict classic theatre

If You Have Tears: What Makes Us Cry In Theatre?

IF YOU HAVE TEARS What Makes Us Cry in Theatre? A new webinar hosted by Alan Stanford Friday, September 24, 2021 2pm ET | Live on YouTube! WATCH HERE “If You Have Tears…” That quote from Mark Antony in his oration over the body of Caesar is an incitement to cry. And whether they be… Read more »

The Mysterious Seven: Overcoming the Monster

Mysterious Seven Part IV

THE MYSTERIOUS SEVEN PART IV: Overcoming the Monster Friday, September 10, 2021 2pm ET | Live on YouTube WATCH HERE From the earliest legends of George and his Famous Dragon, we have always been fascinated by the idea of monsters. Most of us at some time in our childhood were convinced that one of then… Read more »

Our Vital Stories: A Conversation on Native Playwrights

OUR VITAL STORIES A Conversation on Native Playwrights with Randy Reinholz and Jean Bruce Scott Friday, August 27 | 2pm ET Live on YouTube! WATCH HERE Co-Founders of Native Voices at the Autry, Randy Reinholz and Jean Bruce Scott, join PICT Associate Producer Sharon McCune and Artistic Director Alan Stanford for a stimulating conversation on… Read more »

Vote PICT in City Paper’s Best of Pittsburgh 2021

City Paper Best in PIttsburgh Nominations

VOTE PICT CLASSIC THEATRE IN CITY PAPER’S BEST OF PITTSBURGH 2021 Now through August 31. CAST YOUR VOTE Your nominations placed us in the top ten, and now we are thrilled to be nominated in THREE different categories this year for City Paper’s Annual Best of Pittsburgh Readers poll! Cast your vote for PICT under… Read more »

The Mysterious Seven: Rags to Riches

Back this Friday! THE MYSTERIOUS SEVEN, Part III: Rags to Riches Hosted by Alan Stanford August 6, 2021 | 2pm ET Live on YouTube! WATCH HERE Our illuminating webinar series continues as we examine the third of the seven basic plots: Rags to Riches. How does this plot structure mold the protagonists’ journey, motivations, and… Read more »

PICT Welcomes Sharon McCune as New Associate Producer

Ms. McCune will curate the new Expand the Canon Staged Reading Series in addition to her integral role on PICT’s Artistic team during the company’s 25th Anniversary Season. PICT Classic Theatre has named Sharon McCune Associate Producer of their 25th Anniversary Season. In her new role, McCune will help shape the trajectory of PICT as… Read more »

The Harlem Renaissance with Tomé Cousin

THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE A Two-Part Series Hosted by Tomé Cousin Live on YouTube at 2pm ET May 14, 2021 | Part I | Watch Here May 28, 2021 | Part II | Watch Here Early 20th Century Harlem was an historic time of Black culture, art, literature, and social change in America. Learn about the… Read more »

HENRIK IBSEN: The Man From the Far North

HENRIK IBSEN: The Man From the Far North A Conversation with Martin Giles & Alan Stanford Friday, April 30, 2021 LIVE on YouTube at 2pm ET! WATCH HERE One of the most significant playwrights of the late 19th century was a gentleman from the most northern part of Europe. Henrik Ibsen had an enormous effect… Read more »

Hamlet in His Own Words: March 26-April 16

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HAMLET IN HIS OWN WORDS A Four Part Series with Alan Stanford March 26-April 16, 2021 | 2pm ET* *Please note – the US went through Daylight Savings Time on March 14, which may effect the live broadcast time for our International viewers. MARCH 26 | Part 1: All Those Soliloquies | Watch Here APRIL… Read more »

Anatomy of a Shakespeare Play: TWELFTH NIGHT!

Anatomy of a Shakespeare Play: TWELFTH NIGHT November 20 & 27, 2020 | 2pm REGISTER HERE Journey through Shakespeare’s joyous comdey in this free, two-part webinar series hosted by Alan Stanford! William Shakespeare wrote Twelfth Night as an entertainment to be performed on that particular post-Christmas celebration, probably in 1602. But the play has nothing to do… Read more »