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The veteran actor is going green and loving it for the Pittsburgh Musical Theater show.
An exhibition and a fundraiser address the past and present of the Maxo Vanka murals in St. Nicholas Croatian Catholic Church, Millvale.
The theater group in Carnegie concentrates on the modern aspects of the agendas presented in Henrik Ibsen’s “Ghosts”
Presented by Pitt’s Music on the Edge and the Andy Warhol Museum, the ambitious “Beyond: Microtonal Music Festival” took place last weekend.
There’s not much new under the procedural sun in the latest cyber-themed “CSI” spinoff starring Oscar-winner Patricia Arquette.
“The Muralist’s Ghost,” a first novel by Karen Mocker Dabson, was inspired by Vanka’s works in St. Nicholas Croatian Catholic Church.
“ABC@PGC,” opening Friday at the Pittsburgh Glass Center, features interactive glowing letters by Seattle artists Jen Elek and Jeremy Bert.
A mother-daughter cookbook writing team put healthy spin on traditional soul food.
Ms. Clarkson’s sixth album, "Piece by Piece," was released today.
“Blood Brother” documentary team from Pittsburgh make the new movie, “Crocodile Gennadiy,” and land a spot in the Tribeca Film Festival.
Productions at Carnegie Mellon University, Point Park University and the University of Pittsburgh showcase theatrical talent.
Tony nominee Tonya Pickins, filmmaker John Sayles and writer Azar Nafisi are among the speakers at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust-CMU event.
Carnegie Mellon University graduate Patrick Wilson returns to his alma mater to direct “The Full Monty” in 2016.
During March, Pittsburgh Filmmakers’ Sunday Night Series at Regent Square Theater shows some award-winning films from Frank Capra.
British actress Celia Imrie returned to India to film “The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” with original cast and newcomer Richard Gere.
After a 19-year absence in Pittsburgh, the reunited trio is in fine punk form.
The concert features special guests Brett Eldredge, Brothers Osborne and A Thousand Horses as part of the 11-show Country Megaticket.
Dancers split the George R. White Studio in the Strip District into two worlds and moved between them in the most evocative ways.
The lineup will include works by Jiri Kylian, Mark Morris and Jerome Robbins that will be danced in Pittsburgh for the first time.
James Risen is a bona fide constitutional hero, apart from being an author who has written a very readable book on a fascinating subject.
James Green’s “industrial gothic history” shows a system at its worst, placing a higher value on output rather than miners’ safety.
Palm Beach Opera produced the world premiere of Ben Moore’s “Enemies, A Love Story,” which featured local soprano Danielle Pastin.
The restored Oscar-winning film will return to 500-plus theaters in April and Twentieth Century Fox will release a five-disc edition.
Biographer Jonathan Horn writes that Lee’s sense of honor was bound to his being less an American and more a Virginian.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sheri Fink speaks at Carnegie Music Hall Monday night; the PSO’s ’Play N’at“ series concludes Tuesday.
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.