Up Next: The Setup

Summer is blazing and though the Ed Schaughency Theater remains dark, the Bobcat Players are still at work behind the scenes. In just two short months, we'll be back on our home stage--and also in the big city. But before we dive into our upcoming production of Michael Hollinger's Red Herring, we wanted to take a few weeks to focus on the other performance we're bringing to life. This season, our resident queen of comedy, Shelly Cary, turned her directing talents towards a different stage--the Genesius Theater at Duquesne University. To break it down for you, there are a lot of firsts happening here. This is the first time that the Pittsburgh New Works Festival is taking place in this state-

Presidential Address

Ladies and Gentlemen, As the Bobcat Players enter the midpoint of their 2019 season, and as the new president, I feel it is time to have a State of the Union of sorts. This has been an exciting season thus far, led by the work of new directors for the Bobcat Players. Jessica Patterson-Galayda directed the well-received Enchanted April by Matthew Barber, and Barbara Burgess-LeFebvre will bring the noir comedy Red Herring by Michael Hollinger to the Ed Schaughency Theater in September. To close off the season, our very own Artistic Director, Patti Ross, brings the classic A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams to life. Of course, all great progress is met with a few challenges. The maj

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