Cover artwork of the Season in review 2020/21: A group of friends open a time capsule labelled 2020.
Pittsburgh Season in Review 2020/21
Pittsburgh Banner for Season in Review 2020/21
Artwork by Bekka Lindstrom, Drawings by Ian Sklarsky

This season, Pittsburgh theatre artists showed incredible resilience and found new ways to create and share with audiences through digital, drive-in, and immersive performances. They also continued developing their craft and supporting each other through online collaboration. Instead of waiting for things to reopen, the theatre community and its playwrights embraced the new formats.

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Mora Harris

writes character-driven comedies under a blanket in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Her alien comedy SPACE GIRL has had dozens of productions in schools, colleges, and community and professional theaters throughout the United States. Her plays are published by Playscripts, Inc. She holds a B.A. in Creative Writing and Theater from Oberlin College and an M.F.A. in Dramatic Writing from Carnegie Mellon University. She is Pittsburgh's Regional Co-Representative for the Dramatist Guild.

TJ Young

is a Texas born playwright based in Pittsburgh, where he serves at the Co-Representative for the Dramatist Guild of America. He is the recipient of the 2017 Ken Ludwig Playwriting Scholarship. He is also the NPP Vice-Chair for Region 2 of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.