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Pittsburgh Theater and off the WALL Part IX

What do we want to be when we grow up? For us this has become an existential question in more ways than one. Let''s have a look back at the past five years and then...

May 2014 Inky

Abby Quatro - Inky

Written by: Rinne Groff

Directed by Ingrid Sonnichsen With:  Tony Bingham*  (Greg), Abby Quatro* (Inky), Adrienne Wehr* (Barbara), and on alternating nights Evangelina Paul & Layla Wyoming (Allison)

A love-starved Manhattanite husband and wife struggle to satisfy their child-like desire to "have it all" during the high-rolling, morally skewed 1980s. When they take in Inky, a young Slavic nanny who's obsessed with Muhammad Ali, to care for their nine-year-old daughter and infant son, they are forced to face both their limitations and their potential for change. Inky is a darkly comic story about the importance of fighting back.


"One of the most interesting productions I’ve seen for a while simply because just when you thought you had each of the characters figured out and you knew exactly where each of them were coming from ….BOOM… it changed.” - ‘Burgh Vivant

“Inky is snarky, funny, rather ugly and right on the money.” - Pittsburgh City Paper

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