Review: Quantum Theatre’s production of ‘All the Names’ takes work by the audience, but it’s worth it

By April 14, 2015 May 27th, 2015 Uncategorized

By Alice Carter, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

“Quantum Theatre has chosen an apt setting for its production “All the Names.” The original, now decommissioned, Carnegie Free Library of Allegheny on what is now the North Side was once the impressive home to thousands of books. To a young reader such as myself, it seemed that anyone on a quest for answers was sure to find them somewhere within its rows and rows of hardbacks.”

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