Thank you for a great 2016-2017 season

theater that moves you.


August 5 – 28

A romantic tale of desire, honor and revenge that subversively explores class and gender roles. U.S. Premiere.

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October 7 – 30

Poetic and haunting play: part mystery, part gothic thriller, and 100% homage to the art of trout fishing.

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Nov 25 – Dec 11

A Chamber Opera after Oliver Sacks’ about his case in which a great musician is struck with ‘visual blindness.’

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April 7 – 30, 2017

Moscow, 1938. A dangerous place to have a sense of humor; even more so a sense of freedom.


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Upcoming Season 2017-2018

Check back on June 7th for the unveiling of our new season.

Highlights of the 2016-2017 season

Thank you for joining us for another year of theater that moves you. Over 8,000 of you joined us for our 2016-2017 season, which featured Peribañez, The River, The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, and Collaborators.  We performed in exciting locations such as Mellon Park, Aspinwall Riverfront Park, historic East Liberty, and on Hamilton Avenue in what used to the be old meat packing area of Pittsburgh. This year’s Q-Ball, Painting with Light, brought the Union Trust building to life with living Pre-Raphaelite artwork.

We are hard at work preparing for another year of bold storytelling in neighborhoods all over Pittsburgh. For more news on our 2017-2018 season, please check back on June 7th.


Who beside Quantum is bringing us such theater, or would?

Chris Rawson, theater critic

It's fringe, it's funk, it's fashionable and athletic. Quantum is a total, global theater of mobility without limit.

Michael Lobban, author

Quantum is gutsy, smart, focused and important. Entire worlds are created in tight corners. It's the most interesting theatre happening here.

Kendra Lee, blogger

Quantum should be cherished and admired for stretching beyond the usual borders of what most often characterizes theatre.

Gordon Spencer on WRCT