PICT will make the heart soar in a variety of theater styles. PICT Classic Theater — Wiki Commons Oct 19, 2024 — The Pict's are the most famous people of Scotland — Wikipedia Oct 31, 2022, PICT Classic Theater in association with Piston Productions, will present PICT: A Celtic Classic, starring Scottish actor, writer and director, Peter Boyle as McMuffin, an enigmatic figure from the first century B.C. and early A.D. who becomes the central force in several stories that make up the first three plays of the Arthurian cycle. The first play in the play series is the tragic “PANDEMONIUM ADMIRED” “NICKNAME — Penthesilea”. It tells of McMuffin, an ambiguous figure from antiquity, the story of who he is, where he came from, and who will discover his true destiny. Mac is the hero of the play, and in the play, we discover that Mac has a secret history, an important role in the creation of the myths and legends that come to define both the island of Scotland and of the rest of the world. PICT will present a full production of the first of five plays in the cycle. Oct 31, 2022, PICT Classic Theater will present another play, “PRODUCTION'”, that tells of the legendary figure of Rag nor in the legend “ROGENDRIDE”. This play explores the role of the magical and unpredictable, unformed and unformed, nature that can become a powerful entity in human life… one who must be kept in balance. PICT will present an additional production of the famous legend of Rag nor and his dragon, “PRONUNCIATION — or THE WINGS OF RAG NOR”. This play focuses on the interaction of an unseen nature which can be a powerful entity in life… one who must be kept in balance: that nature that goes by the name of DRAGON! In our world today, we have this same nature in the form of a powerful and destructive force. In this story, we learn how this “uniformed and unformed” nature is able to shape our world, and in this world, we discover a hero of our time. PICT Classic Theater and Piston Productions will present the second play in the cycle, “THE FALLS OF THE WORD”.