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The 10th annual Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company's Black and White Festival has a holiday theme in pairing black directors with white
Steel City Con takes over Monroeville Convention Center this weekend.
Sherlock Holmes returns to the Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre stage in "Crucifer of Blood.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre dancers move from playing hurt to gaining access to career-saving surgery and injury-prevention techniques.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's annual "Nutcracker" production will feature some fun additions and an autism-friendly performance.
U2 frontman Bono expects 'Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark" will "do very, very well" when it leaves Broadway early next year.
From the Sugar Plum Fairy to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, there's festivity in abundance in December.
The NFL on Thanksgiving; Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra performance and the opening of the Phipps Conservatory Winter Flower Show.
Broadway Across America's "Elf" brings Will Ferrell movie to the stage as a musical.
barebones productions latest, 'The Mother****** With the Hat' is a dark edgy comedy that oozes intense passions.
The Carol R. Brown Creative Achievement Awards will honor Bricolage Theater's Tami Dixon and bandleader Roger Humphries.
Over the decades there have been many changes in the show, but Charles Hall's 'St. Nicholas' remains at its heart.
Benjamin Shaw, associate director of "Elf," shuttles between the touring musical and the same spot with Broadway's "The Glass Menagerie.
Junior Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, Billy Strayhorn birthday bash and a Family Day on the slate for the coming week.
LindyHop 2013, Drew Carey, "Pro Wrestlers vs. Zombies," and Poinsettias and Pointe Shoes are on the schedule for the weekend.
For barebones' 10th season, Patrick Jordan has picked a play with a story he loves and a title that's unprintable.
The "unauthorized" tale of J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter" series is told by way of Monty Python.
Pittsburgh Public Theater's "True West" and City Theatre's "Charles Ives Take Me Home" present undesirable relatives.
Local actors will be taking the stage at Third Street Gallery in Carnegie to read scripts from — you guessed it — local writers.
Jaime Murphy and Renee Smith Dance Collective was a breakout performance.
The in-development "Off With her Maidenhead" has a reading today at Pitt Studio Theatre hosted by Musical Theatre Artists of Pittsburgh.
Kimberly Kong gives a recital, a film series at Kelly-Strayhorn Theater, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra presents a free concert and more.
Playing Harry Potter in a parody has allowed British actor James Percy to see America through the spectacles of a beloved teenage wizard.
In "See What I Hear," noises are added to and subtracted from a soundscape to explore how they impact an environment and communication.
Point Park Dance, a musical performance by Bluegrass Highway and a group show at the Associates Artists are a few of the coming events.
A father and daughter clash about their different life choices in Jessica Dickey's new play about hoops and harmony.
Documentarian Kenneth Love screens films on sculptor Thaddeus Mosley and puppeteer Margo Lovelace at Three Rivers Film Festival.
Jason Lee Garrett navigates ensemble work with the guidance of Rob Ashford and Susan Stroman in his first two Broadway shows.
Cherry Jones' gripping performance powers the revival of a Tennessee Williams classic. Norbert Leo Butz brings charismatic star power to
On Tuesday: Carnegie International exhibitor Transformazium, a Braddock-based artist collaborative, in Oakland; My People Film
Hanson, Steep Canyon Rangers, Sweet Honey in the Rock, IonSound and more visit the 'Burgh this weekend.
Playwright Sam Shepard's relationship with his father informs his play about feuding brothers.
Pittsburgh Opera's production of Mozart's "The Magic Flute" opens this weekend with soprano Audrey Luna as Queen of the Night.
New professional company Phoenix Theatre launches with "Blue/Orange," a British play bordering on farce but containing serious issues.
The Pittsburgh premiere of Jez Butterworth's very British play unearths tensions in cozy suburbia.