All Events | Starting Thursday, August 29, 2013
Romeo and Juliet
Director Helen Meade plays with space and time in a totally unique way. The audience will have to choose sides: Will you follow the Capulets (Juliet) or the Montagues (Romeo)? Of course, the lovers will reunite for their scenes together. The cast includes Andrew Miller and Danielle Powell in the title roles, and Ron Siebert, a veteran actor who appeared on Broadway with James Earl Jones in “The Iceman Cometh,” and on network TV dramas, in his PSIP debut as Friar Lawrence. Free.
The Lion King
Disney's THE LION KING returns to the Benedum Center following its record-breaking 2008 engagement. The breathtaking spectacle of animals was brought to life by Tony award-winning director Julie Taymor. Thrill to the rhythms of the African Pridelands and an unforgettable score including Elton John and Tim Rice's Oscar-winning songs "Can You Feel The Love Tonight" and "Circle Of Life."
Stars in Brass
Music from the silver screen with more than a hint of Broadway and London's West End. Includes soundtracks from: Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, The Magnificent Seven as well as Batman, Flashdance, Jack Reacher and Striking Distance: Movies where Pittsburgh is the star!
Sister's Summer School Catechism
Maripat Donovan's "Sister" is back, and she's not happy. Instead of relaxing poolside at the motherhouse all summer, she's stuck teaching catechism to YOU—truants, all of you. School is in session, so get ready to sit up straight and participate! Complete with hilarious audience interaction, Saints versus Cardinals baseball, and the irrepressible Kimberly Richards as Sister, this is one lesson you'll be happy to learn!
All My Sons
Arthur Miller's award-winning All My Sons, directed by his son, Robert A. Miller, provides a riveting, powerful start to The REP's season. Joe Keller has a loving family, a successful business, and a tragic secret. While one son is presumed dead, missing in action during the war, his other son prepares to propose to the woman he loves, and, in one emotional day, Joe's world begins to unravel before his very eyes.