12 Peers Theater Continues Site-Specific Performances With MYTHBURGH SEASON 3

12 Peers Theater Continues Site-Specific Performances With MYTHBURGH SEASON 3

12 Peers Theater begins their eighth season with Mythburgh, a site-specific performance and storytelling series. Exploring the myths, both fact and fiction, that make Pittsburgh great, Mythburgh continues to create and tell locally sourced legends with local artists.

Artistic Director Vince Ventura said, "Mythburgh is a great example of what we all love about Pittsburgh, but doesn't take itself too seriously. It reflects all of the epic, unique, and truly weird things about Western Pennsylvania. It's also a lot of fun."


March 10, April 14, October 13, and November 10, 2019


4104 Penn Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15224

Telling the epic, creepy and weird stories that make Pittsburgh unique

MYTHBURGH returns to brillobox in Bloomfield to tell stories that unite us as a city and explore what makes us "Pittsburgh." Mythburgh features stories told by Pittsburghers and adapted by local playwrights into short plays and digital content. Featuring recurring characters sharing myths through site-specific performances, Mythburgh puts the audience in the center of the myths.

Mythburgh features local playwrights including Emma Wagner DeFrange, Chuck Denk, Kim El, Sara Ashley Fisher, Matt Henderson, Wali Jamal, Hazel Leroy, Gayle Pazerski, Mark Clayton Southers, and Ed Tarzia.

MYTHBURGH tickets are always Name Your Own Price. Reserve your tickets at www.12peers.org or by calling the box office at (412) 626-6784.

Founded in 2011, and taking their name from the Twelve Peers of Charlemagne, 12 Peers Theater is a 501(c)(3) organization operating in the Greater Pittsburgh Area. 12 Peers Theater's mission is to provide challenging and engaging theater through contemporary works exploring myth and cultural identity.

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