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‘Pantagleize’: Quantum Theatre’s latest unorthodox production

‘Pantagleize’: Quantum Theatre’s latest unorthodox production

By Allison Latzko / Staff Writer

April 9, 2014


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A dilapidated and vast office building that’s falling apart might not seem like an ideal place to stage an uprising, but Quantum Theatre’s latest production, “Pantagleize,” nonetheless utilizes such a space.“Pantagleize”  — which runs from April 11 to 27 —  is a humorous play about revol...

‘Madagascar’ delves into painful memories, intertwined stories

‘Madagascar’ delves into painful memories, intertwined stories

By John Lavanga / A&E Editor

February 5, 2014


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Stage presence is an ever-important aspect of performance. How actors carry themselves onstage announces the nature of their existence in the space to the audience and other actors. Great stage presence not only draws attention to the performers, but also silently articulates how they affect the world...

Nomadic Quantum Theater explores unconventional spaces

By Allison Latzko / For The Pitt News

January 29, 2014


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At the corner of Fourth Avenue and Wood Street, in a large room with grand marble columns and a high ceiling, a small band of lighting and sound technicians, actors and their director prepare for the opening night of Quantum Theatre’s latest play, “Madagascar,” which will debut on Jan. 31. “Ma...

‘Parlour Song’ preserves human element of despair

By John Lavanga / A&E Editor

November 7, 2013


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“Everything is disappearing.”The succinct, disturbing statement escapes Ned’s mouth in a hushed tone  — part panicked confession, part plea for help — as Dale, Ned’s longtime friend and neighbor, prepares to turn in after an innocuous evening of swilling beers that verges on becoming far too...

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