Take a look below at Quantum’s footprint in Pittsburgh over the last 30 years. Our audiences have traveled far and wide, to nearly 100 locations – through an industrial blast furnace, parks, cemeteries, swimming pools, warehouses, museums, and cathedrals to follow our work. Go ahead, take a trip down memory lane with us!

2022-2023 Season
The Devil Is a Lie, written by Jennifer Chang and directed by Kyle Haden | Tenant Innovation Center, Frick Building
Idaspe, Created by Claire van Kampen and Chatham Baroque | Byham Theater
The Cherry Orchard, new version by Libby Appel
and directed by Katie Brooks | OneValley

2021-2022 30th Anniversary Season
An Odyssey adapted by Jay Ball, directed by Jed Allen Harris | Schenley Park Ice Skating Rink
The Current War by Michael Mitnick | Westinghouse Park
Chimerica by Lucy Kirkwood | The Maverick
Plano by Will Arbery | Bakery Square

2020-2021 Digital Season
Love and Information by Caryl Churchill
Constellations by Nick Payne
Wild by Mike Bartlett
Far Away by Caryl Churchill

2019-2020 Season
Looking for Violeta by Maria José Galleguillos, Original Music by Emily Pinkerton | Frick Park Lawn Bowling Greens
Shakespeare’s Will by Vern Thiessen | West Homestead United Methodist Church

2018-2019 Season
Chatterton by Karla Boos based on the book by Peter Ackroyd | Trinity Cathedral Pittsburgh
The Gun Show (Can We Talk about This?) by EM Lewis | Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Homewood; West Hall at CCAC – Allegheny Campus; The Tull Family Theater
King Lear by William Shakespeare | Carrie Blast Furnaces

2017-2018 Season
Red Hills by Sean Christopher Lewis | The Recycling Building on the corner of 32nd and Smallman Streets
The Hard Problem by Tom Stoppard | Energy Innovation Center
Inside Passage by Gab Cody | The Chapel Annex at Provident Charter School

2016-2017 Season
Peribañez by Lope de Vega; in a version by Tanya Ronder | Outdoors at Mellon Park, Rose Garden
The River by Jez Butterworth | Aspinwall Riverfront Park
The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat chamber opera by Michael Nyman, with libretto by Christopher Rawlence, Michael Morris, and Oliver Sacks, based on his book | 200 N. Highland Avenue
Collaborators by John Hodge | 6500 Hamilton Avenue

2015-2016 Season (25th Anniversary)
The Winter’s Tale by William Shakespeare; In collaboration with Chatham Baroque and Attack Theatre | Union Trust Building
Chickens in the Yard by Paul Kruse, Hatch Arts Collective | Javo Studios (in back of building, on Kent Way)
Ciara by David Harrower | Javo Studios
The Master Builder by Henrik Ibsen | Nova Place (Two Allegheny Center building)

2014-2015 Season
TAMARA by John Krizanc; Conceived by Richard Rose & John Krizanc | Rodef Shalom Congregation
Brahman/i by Aditi Brennan Kapil | The Bloomfield-Garfield Community-Activity Center
All the Names by Jose Saramago; Adapted by Karla Boos | The Original Carnegie Free Library of Allegheny

2013-3014 Season
Mnemonic devised by Complicite | Kirkwood Building, East Liberty (behind 1st Niagara Bank)
Parlour Song by Jez Butterworth | The Waterfront, former burger restaurant
Madagascar by J.T. Rogers | The Carlyle Building, Downtown (former historic Union National Bank)
Pantagleize a new adaptation by Jay Ball of Michel de Ghelderode’s play | Lexington Technology Center, Point Breeze

2012-2013 Season
The Golden Dragon by Roland Schimmelpfenning | Lake Carnegie (next to public pool)
Ainadamar by Osvaldo Golijov | East Liberty Presbyterian Church
John Gabriel Borkman by Henrik Ibsen | Hart Building, East Liberty
Dream of Autumn by Jon Fosse | Former Park Schenley Restaurant at The Royal York

2011-2012 Season
Twelfth Night by William Shakespeare | Outdoors at West Penn Hospital Foundation Research Facility
The End of the Affair adapted by Karla Boos | Former Emma Kauffman Clinic, Polish Hill
Fat Beckett by Gab Cody in collaboration with Rita Reis | The Old School House, Lawrenceville
The Electric Baby by Stefanie Zadravec | The Waldorf School

2010-2011 Season
The Howling Miller adapted Peter Duschenes and Karla Boos | Frick Environmental Center (under construction)
When the Rain Stops Falling by Andrew Bovell | Iron City Brewery
Maria de Buenos Aires by Horacio Ferrer | ACE Hotel

2009-2010 Season
36 Views by Naomi Iizuka | Outdoors on Washington’s Landing (north end of island)
Candide adapted from Voltaire by Hugh Wheeler | Hyatt House (Former Don Allen Auto)
The Task by Heiner Muller | U-Haul (formerly the Gage Building)

2008-2009 Season
Cymbeline by William Shakespeare | Outdoors at Mellon Park
The Museum of Desire and Flowers in a Corner by John Berger | Frick Art & Historical Center
Mouth to Mouth by Kevin Elyot | 121 Seventh Street in the Cultural District
Yerma by Federico Garcia Lorca | 6000 Penn Avenue

2007-2008 Season
The Collected Works of Billy the Kid by Michael Ondaatje | Garden Theater
Les Grand Meaulnes adapted Nigel Gearing | The Stables at Hartwood Acres
Thérèse Raquin by Emile Zola | Braddock Carnegie Library
Breakfast with Mugabe by Fraser Grace | 301 5th Avenue

2006-2007 Season
The Crucible by Arthur Miller | Outdoors at Mellon Park, Rose Garden
After Mrs. Rochester by Polly Teale | Braddock Carnegie Library, in the old music hall
El Paso Blue by Octavio Solis | Allegheny Cold Storage, Lawrenceville
The Red Shoes by Karla Boos and Carolina Loyola-Garcia | Allegheny Unitarian Universalist Church

2005-2006 Season
I.D. by Anthony Sher | Pipe Building– no longer standing! To the left of U-Haul in the Strip District
Dark of the Moon by Howard Richardson and William Berney | Outdoors at Mellon Park, Rose Garden
The Human Chair adapted by Karla Boos | 925 Penn Avenue
The Voluptuous Tango by Dominic Muldowney | The Mellon Institute

2004-2005 Season
Richard II by William Shakespeare | MacHemp Building, Southside
When the World Was Green by Sam Shepard and Joe Chaikin | The Mattress Factory Garden
Dog Face adapted by Dan Jemmett | Lawrenceville Technology Center (former Heppenstall Plant)

2003-2004 Season
The Arabian Night by Roland Schimmelpfenning | Spring Way Center
The Wild Duck by Henrik Ibsen | The Carriage House, Western PA Family Center
Closer by Patrick Marber | Jackman Building
Kafka’s Chimp by John Metcalf and Mark Morris | Pittsburgh Zoo, main gates

2002-2003 Season
Quake by Melanie Marnich | U-Haul (formerly the Gage Building)
Indian Ink by Tom Stoppard | Allegheny Cemetery (near Ernest Guest’s plot)
Speaking in Tongues by Andrew Bovell | Anything Audio Studios
The Threepenny Opera by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill | The Brew House

2001-2002 Season
Six Characters Looking for a Writer by Robert Benedetti | Giant Eagle Warehouse, Lawrenceville
Splendour by Abi Morgan | Homestead Pump House
Betrayal & The Collection by Harold Pinter | Terminal Building, Southside
La Tragédie de Carmen by Peter Brook (from Georges Bizet) | The Brew House

2000 Season
Anna Karenina by Helen Edmundson | 121 Ninth Street
A Midsummer Night’s Dream by The Frick Art & Historical Center | Frick Art & Historical Center, Crabapple Grove
La Voix Humaine by Jean Cocteau | Andy Warhol Museum

1999 Season
Kill the Old Torture Their Young by David Harrower | George White Theater of Point Park University
The Merchant of Venice by William Shakespeare | Brakehouse Lofts in the Strip District

1998 Season
Knives In Hens by David Harrower | The Mattress Factory
Hapgood by Tom Stoppard | 925 Liberty Avenue

1997 Season
Cloud Tectonics by Jose Rivera | City Theatre, Hamburg
Antony & Cleopatra by Shakespeare | The Brew House

1996 Season
Polygraph by Robert Lepage | Harris Theater

1995 Season
Life Is A Dream by original adaption of Calderon | Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

1994 Season
Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me by Frank McGuiness | Pittsburgh Center for the Arts
Reckless Circus by company | Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

1993 Season
Death and the Maiden by Ariel Dorfman | Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

1992 Season
The Trap by Tadeusz Rozewicz | Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

1991 Season
Pedro Paramo by original adaption of Juan Rulfo | 5933 Penn Avenue
Sea Marks by Gardner McKay | Pittsburgh Center for the Arts

1990 Season
The Collection by Harold Pinter | Soba Restaurant (formerly The Artery)
Secret Drawer by company | XTAZA (Former Metropol)