Article: GeekWire, Roslyn Bernstein

By May 30, 2018Q Blog

PITTSBURGH — Karla Boos describes herself as a high-level, outside-the-box wizard. For the past 27 years, as the founder and artistic director of the Quantum Theatre Company in Pittsburgh, Boos has been waving her magic wand and pulling rabbits out of the hat, staging original productions of plays in unorthodox and often technically challenging spaces throughout the city.

Always on the lookout for the perfect place for the next play, Quantum has moved from venue to venue, producing more than 80 plays in such diverse locales as the historic Allegheny Cemetery, the Pittsburgh Zoo, The Mattress Factory, the Andy Warhol Museum, the Giant Eagle Warehouse, outdoors in Mellon Park, and in a modernist building in the Allegheny Center (renamed Nova Place and reborn as a technology hub) for a production of Henrik’s Ibsen “The Master Builder.”

By Roslyn Bernstein, GeekWire

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