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Across from Heinz Hall, this attractive modern complex offers a variety of quality theater in an intimate urban space. To have regular access to subscription performances is enviable, but lucky us to have been in town for a rolicking performance of William Shakespeare's Long Lost...More
After many years of attending shows and plays in the Cultural District we finally made it back to the O’Reilly Theater. Not there since.....Squonk Opera at First Night. We saw “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” and just loved it. From...More
Recently saw " Death of a Salesman " at this facility. It is first rate. All the seats are great. Not a bad one in the house. Sound was great. The production was also first rate. I will be returning to this venue.
Have seen multiple performances at the Public Theater and have never been disappointed. This is a true cultural gem in the city with easy access and very reasonable prices. There are no bad seats and the shows rival anything you can find in major cities.
We have been going to the Public for years. It is indeed a rarity for us not to be impressed with the well done sets and quality of the acting. It is an intimate theater and comfortable seating as well. The range of plays each...More
If you need to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, there's nothing better than catching a play at the Public. Each year, Ted Pappas selects 6 performances from musicals, to classics, to home-grown pieces. The Theater itself is fantastic, and there...More
A group of 70 people attend an evening performance of Guys and Dolls! We had a wonderful evening. We had a chartered pre show dinner by Gaetano's chartering which was delicious in the pub room of the theater and then saw the show. Several members...More
My family caught the recent production of Guys and Dolls at the Public Theater in Pittsburgh. Since I bought the tickets late, we were spread around the theater, but since it is such an intimate setting it wasn't hard get engaged in the production. Sound...More
want to start by saying that the show was spectacular and so was the venue. However, we arrived at our seats to find an usher, no not a typo, an usher occupying one of our seats in the third row in the middle. The usher...More