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The Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and music director Manfred Honeck performed suites from ballets by Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev.
Brutal temperatures and snow equal toasty ratings in the latest local Nielsen sweeps period.
Mia Zanotti, who goes by the stage name “Mia Z,” performed “The Thrill Is Gone” at “The Voice” tryouts in Los Angeles.
“Let It Snow” came to our corner of Pittsburgh to film and generally take over the place. It’s hard not to be star-struck.
Patrick Moore, deputy director of The Andy Warhol Museum, will be managing director, overseeing all business-related operations.
Mr. Nimoy tried to escape his role as Spock on ’Star Trek’ but eventually embraced it, long after the TV series ended.
Here’s the annual list of spring high school musicals in Western Pennsylvania.
Will Smith and Margot Robbie star in the thriller “Focus.”
Reviewing CBS’s “Battle Creek,” ABC’s “Secrets and Lies” and the return of Netflix’s “House of Cards” for a busy TV weekend.
Mr. Nimoy’s wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, said the cause of death was end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
“Maps to the Stars” director and screenwriter lose their way in trying to depict “Hollywood types.”
Lissa Brennan’s play at PICT Classic Theatre explores themes of power, domination and rebellion set in the 1860s Old South.
“The Lazarus Effect” is disappointingly predictable.
Works by Malpaso co-founder Osnel Delgado and renowned American choreographer Trey McIntyre will be on the program in Pittsburgh.
The crazy world of Saul Goodman and “Better Call Saul” is online; Web video re-creates Oscar-winning films using stock film footage.
Local producer TJ Lubinsky brings an iconic special to television after a 31-year absence.
Specially adapted performance gives those with sensory sensitivities a chance to experience a theater production.
The program is funded through a matching grant from the Pennsylvania Council for the Arts.
Pittsburgh School for the Choral Arts began in 2005 on the principle of camaraderie without judgment.
Lupita Nyong’o’s pearl-adorned Academy Awards dress was stolen from her West Hollywood hotel room late Wednesday.
A festival co-presented by The Andy Warhol Museum and Music on the Edge will feature world premieres.
Punk trio of Janet Weiss, Corin Tucker and Carrie Brownstein headlines sold-out Stage AE Sunday on "No Cities to Love" tour.
The work was inspired by a summer that playwright Molly Smith Metzler spent on Martha's Vineyard, a strange new world to her.
Fox introduces an original comedy starring Will Forte that feels more like a cable cult show than a mainstream, broadcast network hit.
A Showtime documentary airing Saturday follows Lakers star Kobe Bryant as his career winds down.
Jemaine Clement, from "Flight of the Conchords," plays an old Transylvanian in a merry send-up opening Friday at the Hollywood in Dormont.
New on DVD: "Whiplash," "Big Hero 6," "Horrible Bosses 2," "Code Black."
The band's train of classic rock keeps rolling with a concert film shot last year in England.
Saxophonist James Carter has a long, esteemed list of touring and recording partners.
Fog from a new art installation in Downtown Pittsburgh has prompted confusion and calls to firefighters.
Performances on tap include Chatham Baroque, Buckwheat Zydeco, Pittsburgh Moth Grandslam and ArcAttack.
The Broadway Across America 2015-16 season includes newcomers “The Bridges of Madison County” and “Matilda” and the return of “Jersey Boys.
From Pictorialism to the modern use of silver gelatin prints, photographers elevated their work.
WPXI’s Peggy Finnegan and David Johnson credit luck and niceness to their longevity as an anchor team.
Pittsburgh Opera’s production of Mohammed Fairouz’s piece takes place at the company’s Strip District headquarters.
Along with the plays, Sister is back at the South Side theater, this time for Easter. The remaining three plays be announced in April.
Front and center was headliner Sharon Needles (Aaron Coady), winner of Season 4 of the Logo show "RuPaul's Drag Race."
The artist’s great-niece and her partner are working to complete a family portrait of Warhol. A Kickstarter funding drive launches Tuesday.
Attack celebrates its 20th year with “Between,” a piece that grew from a musical nugget to a risky place between dance, music and theater.
Jeremy Boyle and Mark Franchino exhibit at be2 in Lawrenceville; “Duane Michals: Collector” closing at The Carnegie.
Keith Olbermann was taken off his ESPN show for the rest of the week after a comment he made with regard to Penn Stage via Twitter.
Six works will make their debuts courtesy of Bricolage’s 10th annual B.U.S., a marathon of writing, producing and performing.
Fox Searchlight will release the filmed-in-Pittsburgh “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” on July 1 in a limited release, Variety reports.
Tickets for the Aretha Franklin concert are $65.75, $85.75 and $105.75 with a limited amount of gold circle seats at $201.25
The ski slopes, however, will be open and operate on a normal schedule.
New touches such as a treacherous descent and a “Masquerade” amid mirrors add sparkle to the long-running musical theater experience.
The wide-ranging 2015-16 season includes a historical drama, a 1700s-era comedy, a classic musical and the 2013 Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
The Nielsen company reports that viewership of the Academy Awards telecast was down 16 percent from 2014.
“Birdman” won for best picture and director while Julianne Moore and Eddie Redmayne took home Oscars for best actor/actress.
Acting was a natural choice for Tim Daly as he followed in the footsteps of his late father, James, and sister Tyne.