Review: Pittsburgh in the Round, George Hoover

Inside Passage is the touching story of the search for beginnings, lost family members and lost ways of life told in an exciting and compelling way. It is an exciting and different evening of theatre well worth the investment of your time.

For a Quantum show, the experience begins as you leave home to find the performance space. Our isn’t a trip to the familiar turf of the Public or New Hazlett theaters but an adventure to perhaps discover an unfamiliar new community in a city of so many neighborhoods, isolated and yet connected by rivers and roads. As you make your way through the Troy Hill neighborhood, perhaps guided by GPS, there are reminders of Pittsburgh’s working-class roots; the mill towns along the rivers and the families that immigrated here in search of the American dream. Who made it to America, who was left behind?

By George Hoover, Pittsburgh in the Round

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