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CLO’s Pump Boys and Dinettes is Kitchy Fun

Pump Boys and Dinettes, a musical comedy written by Jim Wann and Mark Hardwick in the late 70's, opened at the CLO, bringing a light-hearted repertoire of melodies to a mixed bag of theater and non-theater folk. The wide-spanning show follows slack-jawed gas station attendants (Pump Boys) and spit-fire waitresses

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Twelfth Night T’was A Masterpiece

Pittsburgh Public Theater recently welcomed William Shakespeare's comedy, Twelfth Night, to The O'Reilly Theater. Written in the 1600's, the play follows the topsy-turvy and intertwining narratives of Viola (Carly Street) and Sebastian (Max Rosenak), twins separated in a shipwreck, who take on various paths to realization. Viola, who disguises herself

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Double Threat: Second Cast of Jekyll and Hyde Delights, Inspires.

Twenty-Five years ago, Pittsburgh Musical Theater (PMT) opened its doors to a city that was still cultivating its arts scene. Now, the second largest arts community in the nation, only second to New York, Pittsburgh offers a diverse palette of theater, visual arts, dance, and other mediums. Also within those

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PMT’s Jekyll and Hyde is a Dark Labyrinth of Fantastic

Pittsburgh Musical Theater kicked off their 25th anniversary season with a conservatory-lead production of the famed horror drama musical, Jekyll and Hyde. The story follows Dr. Henry Jekyll as he fights public approval to create a formula to separate evil tendencies from the human personality. While his intentions were noble,

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Yinz Musicals. An interview with Steve Cuden

Steve Cuden, a native Pittsburgher, has worked in Hollywood as an animation writer for two decades, penning episodes for popular series like X-Men, Batman, and Iron Man . He has directed, produced, and recently started teaching screenwriting at Point Park University. Cuden recently visited PMT to meet with the students

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