Current Season

Midnight Radio: A Christmas Story

  • December 7 - 23

  • Free Pre-show Happy Half-hour

  • Family Friendly

A Christmas Story

Follow Ralphie on his quest for the perfect Christmas gift and watch as we recreate all the most iconic moments from the movie including the infamous Pink Nightmare bunny pajamas and The Old Man’s prized leg lamp.

Enter the Imaginarium

  • Ongoing

  • Wednesday - Sunday

  • 12 and up

Enter the Imaginarium

Enter the Imaginarium is a thrilling live-action adventure where immersive theater meets escape room! Work as a team to unlock worlds within worlds and discover clues to solve intricate puzzles. Race against the clock to locate the Imaginarium’s creator or risk being trapped inside — forever. Some will prevail, most will fail. Enter if you dare.

BUS

  • March 11, 2017

  • Tickets start at $45

  • 18 and up

BUS: Bricolage's Annual Fundraiser

An exhilarating mix of theater and VIP Gala, BUS is a daring exposé of Pittsburgh’s most adventurous artists.

IE: The Ascendants

  • April 21 - May 14, 2017

  • $15

  • recommended for 16 & up

Immersive Encounters: The Ascendants

Awaken your senses and transform your perspective. From the creators of STRATA and OjO comes Immersive Encounter: The Ascendants.

DODO

  • October 13 - November 19, 2017

  • 18 & up

“Since 1760, they’ve operated in secret, preparing the way. Once considered legend, they’ve been steadily growing in number and influence. Their existence, in direct response to a pressing need expressed by the natural world, is one of the most significant and far-reaching stories in America: a story of un-natural selection. A story of extinction. The actions of humanity have set into motion events that will outlive our species. It must now be determined what will endure. Do you know how you got here? Do you know where you’re going? Our past is a memory, our future is certain. DODO: the time has come.”

WordPlay

  • November 3 - 4, 2017

  • Show at 8:00 pm

  • 17 & Up

This hybrid storytelling sensation has been growing in popularity since its co-producer, Alan Olifson, brought it to Pittsburgh over 4 years ago. With its steadily growing audience and frequent media buzz, WordPlay has become a staple of Pittsburgh’s literary and theater scene.