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Pappas bids The Public adieu with ‘Hamlet’

Pappas bids The Public adieu with ‘Hamlet’

By Jon Kunitsky | For The Pitt News

May 16, 2018

Filed under Culture, Theater, Top Stories

The audience poured an avalanche of applause over the cast of Pittsburgh Public Theater’s production of “Hamlet” following its opening performance April 19 — uproarious cheering, whistling and standing ovations galore. But I did not stand, and instead left the theater feeling indifferent and...

‘Romeo and Juliet’ graces Pittsburgh’s parks

‘Romeo and Juliet’ graces Pittsburgh’s parks

By John Lavanga / A&E Editor

August 28, 2013

Filed under Archives

For many acting troupes, the rehearsal space is a place of safety. It’s a place where actors can experiment with intonation, work on lines and blocking and develop chemistry, all within the isolated vacuum a rehearsal space provides.For the actors involved in Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ producti...

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