Upcoming Events

until September 22

Ah, the games that are played when ego and revenge are foremost in a man’s mind. But who will win in this particular cat and mouse game? Remember! No spoilers after you leave the theater!

Sponsored by Dallas Croft


September 23

The setting is an old farmhouse somewhere in Illinois where we are introduced to an ailing patriarch, a matriarch in denial, and their two grown sons. Their lives are a whirlwind of chaos and confusion. As old secrets surface, a newcomer uncovers the truth. Alternatively funny and darkly macabre, Buried Child weaves a twisted family drama of epic proportions.


November 9 to November 24

This famous comedy features Oscar Wilde’s clever wordplay and thinly veiled social commentary. The characters follow his theme that, “We should treat all trivial things in life very seriously, and all serious things of life with a sincere and studied triviality.”


November 11 to November 12



January 11 to January 26

Weaving together the music of Bach, with the memories of the Bosnian War, this is the story of two musicians who escape Sarajevo to start a new life in Pittsburgh. Shifting from past to present and resonating with powerful music, it is a tale of two countries, two families and the ways they teach and heal each other.


January 13 to January 14



February 8 to February 10

WLT is seeking submissions of unpublished and previously unstaged playscripts for production as full-cast readings in February 2019.

Deadline for script submission is November 1st, 2018!


March 8 to March 23

In this hilarious adaptation of Beaumarchais’ comic masterpiece, Figaro mischievously skewers the aristocracy, whilst dodging obstacles in the way of his anticipated betrothal. Set in 18th century France, the playwright creates a clever balance between then…and now!


March 17 to March 18



May 10 to May 25

Unger and Madison are at it again! Don’t miss this chance to see the iconic Neil Simon classic comedy with a contemporary, feminine twist.