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Murrysville’s Maddie Ziegler is on her toes as dance takes her around the world, from Sia videos to Australia.
Inductees including F. Murray Abraham and Blythe Danner will have their day in the spring.
A look at upcoming events for the week ahead.
Joshua Marie Wilkinson and Jen Bervin read their poetry for the University of Pittsburgh’s Pittsburgh Contemporary Writers Series Thursday.
The 77-year-old Cosby, who is scheduled to perform at Heinz Hall in February, has been the subject of several sexual assault allegations.
Dog and Pony Show Theatricals makes the meal part of the performance, backed by the chef behind the forthcoming Superior Motors restaurant.
Handel's "Rodelinda" opens this weekend in a new production by Pittsburgh Opera at the CAPA Theater.
In "Mr. Joy," Daniel Beaty channels a real event to explore the effects of the loss of a shop owner on a neighborhood.
The light and set designer for PMT’s "The Little Mermaid" uses old and new tricks to create an underwater world on stage.
A World of Wheels, “My Fair Lady,” classical and rock music, a Gallery Crawl, comedian Tommy Davidson and Gladys Knight are all on tap,
Anita Gutschick, 66, will perform her show, “Women of the Bible,” on March 7 at Nativity Church in South Park.
“Pippin” for the 21st century reinvents a musical theater piece that was a success story 40 years ago and then disappeared, not to be seen
The original Pippin has returned to the musical 40 years later as a king — King Charles, the role of the title character’s father.
Kevin Hart takes time from his world concert tour to attend the Globes, host “SNL,” promote his movie and come to Pittsburgh for four shows.
The new year of local productions gets underway in earnest this week, from the Pittsburgh Cultural District to a theater near you.
Saxophonist Ken Vandermark and composer Nate Wooley at Warhol Museum; Napolean biographer Andrew Roberts; Poetry Out Loud Regional Finals.
Steve Kovacev never missed a performance and was always on tune through his 38 years with the Duquesne Tamburitzans.
Pittsburgh RV show, “Titans of the Ice Age” at Carnegie Science Center, Lohio farewell at Thunderbird Cafe, saxophonist Marcus Anderson ...
New Zealander Eleanor Bishop, the director, read an article on the case during her first trip to the U.S. in 2012.
Chosen from more than 260 applications, Propel will be among 15 to 18 pilot sites for dance and theater arts.
In 2014, the head of barebones productions starred in his company’s “A Steady Rain” and “A Streetcar Named Desire.”
The honor has recognized standout members of Pittsburgh’s theatrical community for more than 30 years.
A slightly toned down version of “Dancing With the Stars” rocks and sways its way around the Benedum Center Thursday.
Avoid the post-holiday blues with one or more of these happenings.
The Pittsburgh native will take a timeout from Broadway to appear at the Benedum Center Aug. 4-9 in his Tony Award-winning role.
Justin Fortunato takes time out from acting and directing in Pittsburgh to lead a fresh take on “Into the Woods” in Miami.
Second City comedy troupe returns with “N’at’s All Folks!” Sesame Street Live’s “Elmo Makes Music” rolls into Consol Energy Center
Gia Cacalano hops back on the dance carousel with a Gia T Presents performance at 6:30 p.m. Sunday at Bodiography Center in Squirrel Hill.
The comedy troupe dives into Pittsburgh-based humor for its first visit since 2008.
The national touring company at Heinz Hall re-creates the music and the moves from the record label that had us “Dancin’ in the Streets.“
Drowning Clowns, the rock orchestra helmed by Mr. Smalls owner Mike Speranzo, play a show at the Millvale venue Friday.
Actor Jarran Muse read up on the history of the record label before taking on the role of Marvin Gaye.
“Unbuntu Holiday” and “Christmas Star” at Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company; the Lights! Camera! Pittsburgh! Movie Tour; and more ...