Pittsburgh Humanities Festival promises talks on Shakespeare, Kennywood, drag culture, and more


Over the past seven years, the Pittsburgh Humanities Festival has, according to a press release, brought together “internationally acclaimed artists and performers with community leaders, academics, and changemakers from Pittsburgh and beyond for a carefully curated, thought-provoking mix of intimate conversations.” The event returns this year with yet another round of speakers covering a wide range of topics relating to Pittsburgh and beyond. The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, which co-produces the festival with the Humanities Center at Carnegie Mellon University, has announced the programming lineup for the 2022 event, set to take place in late March.…