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Theater Spotlight: Pict Classic Theatre stages class 'Romeo and Juliet'

| Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017, 9:00 p.m.
Adrianne Knapp as Juliet and Dylan Meyers as Romeo in Pict Classic Theatre’s 'Romeo and Juliet.'
Pict Classic Theatre
Adrianne Knapp as Juliet and Dylan Meyers as Romeo in Pict Classic Theatre’s 'Romeo and Juliet.'

Pict Classic Theatre presents its 100th production in 21 years and its first at the Fred Rogers Studio at WQED with the Shakepeare classic “Romeo and Juliet.”

Adrianne Knapp and Dylan Marquis Meyers play the star-crossed lovers.

The plays runs Oct. 20 to Nov. 4 at the theater at 4802 Fifth Ave., Oakland. Tickets are $13 to $39. 412-561-6000 or

On stage

“School of Rock”: Through Oct. 22. Presented by PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh. $30-$111. Benedum Center, Pittsburgh. Details: 412-456-4800 or

“Equus”: Through Oct. 29. Presented by Pittsburgh Public Theater. $30-$65. O'Reilly Theater, Pittsburgh. 412-456-6666 or

“Last of the Boys”: Through Oct. 22. Presented by Theatre Factory. $18, $16 for students and seniors. 235 Cavitt Ave., Trafford. 412-374-9200 or

“The Chief”: Oct. 19-22. Presented by Actors and Artists of Fayette County. $12. Geyer Performing Arts Center, 111 Pittsburgh St., Scottdale. 724-887-0887 or

“Ruthless! The Musical”: Oct. 20-22. $13-$20. Presented by Greensburg Civic Theatre, 951 Old Salem Road, Greensburg. 724-836-7529 or

“Xanadu:” Through Dec. 17. $38.75-$49.75. Presented by Pittsburgh CLO, Cabaret Theater, Pittsburgh. 412-456-6666 or

“Night of the Living Dead – The Musical”: Oct. 20-21, Lamp Theatre, Irwin; and 8 p.m. Oct. 27-28, Greensburg Garden & Civic Center. $20. Presented by Stage Right.

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