Greg Kerestan

Greg Kerestan A long-time BWW regular, Greg Kerestan is proud to join the staff of his favorite website. Greg is a graduate of Duquesne University and Seton Hill University, where he studied both theatre and English. In his spare time, Greg works as a part-time actor and full-time playwright, lyricist and composer.


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BWW Review: MEDEA Finds Reality Amidst Shadows and Sprites at Seton HillBWW Review: MEDEA Finds Reality Amidst Shadows and Sprites at Seton Hill
Posted: Apr. 5, 2017


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BWW Review: A Practically Perfect TWELFTH NIGHT at Pittsburgh PublicBWW Review: A Practically Perfect TWELFTH NIGHT at Pittsburgh Public
Posted: Feb. 9, 2017


BWW Review: FOREVER PLAID Hits a High Note at the LampBWW Review: FOREVER PLAID Hits a High Note at the Lamp
Posted: Mar. 9, 2017


BWW Review: THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME Rings Out at PMTReview: THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME at PMT
Posted: Feb. 1, 2017


BWW Review: SPRING AWAKENING Is Stark, Spooky at Split StageBWW Review: SPRING AWAKENING at Split Stage
Posted: Jun. 14, 2016


BWW Review: MEDEA Finds Reality Amidst Shadows and Sprites at Seton HillBWW Review: MEDEA Finds Reality Amidst Shadows and Sprites at Seton Hill
Posted: Apr. 5, 2017


BWW Review: THE ODD COUPLE Hits Close to Home at St VincentReview: THE ODD COUPLE at St Vincent
Posted: Aug. 16, 2016


BWW Review: THE FANTASTICKS Reinvents Meta-Theatre at Pittsburgh PublicReview: THE FANTASTICKS at Pittsburgh Public
Posted: Oct. 7, 2016


BWW Review: TARZAN at PMT Anchored by Strong Performances, Lots of RopeBWW Review: TARZAN at PMT Anchored by Strong Performances, Lots of Rope
May 10, 2017

Disney's jungle tuner is all about stunts and spectacle, and PMT's production delivers both, with some spectacular singing thrown in.

BWW Review: Binge-Watching DEATH OF A SALESMAN at Pittsburgh PublicBWW Review: Binge-Watching DEATH OF A SALESMAN at Pittsburgh Public
May 2, 2017

As blasphemous as it sounds, Arthur Miller's classic American tragedy is almost as good as peak television.

BWW Review: MEDEA Finds Reality Amidst Shadows and Sprites at Seton HillBWW Review: MEDEA Finds Reality Amidst Shadows and Sprites at Seton Hill
April 5, 2017

Parsing the real from the unreal, and the cathartic from the callous, makes Melissa Hill Grande's production of the Greek tragedy a unique, almost interactive, viewing experience.

BWW Review: DADDY LONG LEGS Blends the Sweet and Strange at Pittsburgh PublicBWW Review: DADDY LONG LEGS Blends the Sweet and Strange at Pittsburgh Public
March 22, 2017

A fantastic directorial interpretation and a dazzling cast bring lightness and charm to a deeply unusual, almost unbalanced, romantic comedy.

BWW Review: FOREVER PLAID Hits a High Note at the LampBWW Review: FOREVER PLAID Hits a High Note at the Lamp
March 9, 2017

The classic musical/cabaret hybrid takes audiences back to a different era in both music and comedy.

BWW Review: A Practically Perfect TWELFTH NIGHT at Pittsburgh PublicBWW Review: A Practically Perfect TWELFTH NIGHT at Pittsburgh Public
February 9, 2017

Shakespeare's remix of his own work gets masterfully refitted as full-on farce in Ted Pappas's production.

BWW Review: Life is a CABARET at Split StageBWW Review: Life is a CABARET at Split Stage
February 2, 2017

Kander and Ebb's legendary musical has never been more timely.

BWW Review: THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME Rings Out at PMTBWW Review: THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME Rings Out at PMT
February 1, 2017

After a two-decade wait, Disney's cult animated musical finally comes to the stage, in an all too timely production.

BWW Review: TOMMY Brings Sound and Fury at Pittsburgh PlayhouseBWW Review: TOMMY Brings Sound and Fury at Pittsburgh Playhouse
October 27, 2016

Director/choreographer Zeva Barzell stages a flashy and energetic show, despite not having the strongest material to work with.

BWW Review: THE FANTASTICKS Reinvents Meta-Theatre at Pittsburgh PublicBWW Review: THE FANTASTICKS Reinvents Meta-Theatre at Pittsburgh Public
October 7, 2016

Gone are the Dust Bowl affectations and commedia dell'arte affectations- Ted Pappas's reworking of the Rostandesque chamber musical is all about the power of theatre

BWW Review: HAND TO GOD Is Devilishly Clever at City TheatreBWW Review: HAND TO GOD Is Devilishly Clever at City Theatre
October 7, 2016

Make no mistake- this isn't 'Sesame Street.' But it's not quite 'Avenue Q' either.

BWW Review: THE ODD COUPLE Hits Close to Home at St VincentBWW Review: THE ODD COUPLE Hits Close to Home at St Vincent
August 16, 2016

From this famous play sprung the modern sitcom fully-formed, but it's a little darker than you might remember.

BWW Review: SPRING AWAKENING Is Stark, Spooky at Split StageBWW Review: SPRING AWAKENING Is Stark, Spooky at Split Stage
June 14, 2016

Barbara Burgess-Lefebvre's eerie production of the impressionist musical takes the show back to its roots, for better and for worse.

BWW Review: Back to School with TALES OF A FOURTH GRADE NOTHING and STONE SOUP at Playhouse Jr.BWW Review: Back to School with TALES OF A FOURTH GRADE NOTHING and STONE SOUP at Playhouse Jr.
May 25, 2016

The acclaimed university's children's theatre double feature explores the wide variety of possibilities for family entertainment.

Review: TRU Celebrates a Merry, Morbid Christmas at Pittsburgh PublicReview: TRU Celebrates a Merry, Morbid Christmas at Pittsburgh Public
May 9, 2016

Bells are ringing, children singing, all is merry and the suicide rate is off the charts in Truman Capote's private holiday nightmare

BWW Review: Mighty Music Carries SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER at PMTBWW Review: Mighty Music Carries SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER at PMT
February 22, 2016

PMT wrings good performances from an imperfect musical, but when the music sounds this good, it's hard to complain too much.

BWW Review: GUYS AND DOLLS Revives Old New York at Pittsburgh PublicBWW Review: GUYS AND DOLLS Revives Old New York at Pittsburgh Public
February 4, 2016

Pittsburgh Public's staging of the classic musical tribute to New York's criminal underbelly is a laugh riot and a blast from the past.

BWW Review: SOME BRIGHTER DISTANCE Is a Space Oddity at City TheatreBWW Review: SOME BRIGHTER DISTANCE Is a Space Oddity at City Theatre
February 4, 2016

Scientists, Nazis, silent movies, dreams and pastries all collide in an ambitious but dense new one-act.

BWW Review: ASSASSINS Is Tragically Topical at Split StageBWW Review: ASSASSINS Is Tragically Topical at Split Stage
February 2, 2016

Two decades after its premiere, Sondheim's most controversial musical shouldn't feel as prescient as it does.

BWW Review: Madonna Mia! It's A SERVANT TO TWO MASTERS at the Pittsburgh PublicBWW Review: Madonna Mia! It's A SERVANT TO TWO MASTERS at the Pittsburgh Public
December 3, 2015

Fun will be had, sticks will be slapped, pizza will be eaten.



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