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CLO Cabaret comedy “Murder for Two” is based on Agatha Christie closed-drawing room mystery.
Appeal of Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre production is the personality of the character/ performer/author.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater presents "A Chorus Line" this weekend at the Byham Theater, Downtown.
Pittsburgh’s Bricolage earns national recognition for a form of theater that makes the audience active participants in storytelling.
Canadian playwright Carole Frechette pushes Freudian theories to the metal in this 100-minute production.
The Greensburg theater said tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.
The comedy set on adjoining Irish farms rides high on its gift of gab and strong performances.
The Point Park Conservatory production accentuates the positive without glossing over the ballplayer’s struggles.
The upcoming performances will mark the first time the company has staged the ballet since its 2009-10 season.
PBT is firmly fixed in the top tier of regional companies with an international reputation, and there’s a good reason why.
Music on the Edge series, comedian/actress Tig Notaro comes to Kelly Strayhorn Theater, a world premiere of “Queens of the Blues” and more.
PBT was founded in 1969 by Loti Falk, in affiliation with Point Park College.
In its 77th year, the company devoted to G&S operettas is going strong.
David Whalen earns our sympathy while having a really bad day as the title character in Shakespeare’s revenge classic.
The season opener for the Point Park Conservatory is a world premiere based on the life of the Pirates' Hall of Famer.
ToonMuseum exhibit shows how super heroes use real-world science and engineering to save the day.
CLO will produce four musicals next summer, with “Mary Poppins” and “The Wedding Singer” as newcomers to the repertoire.
The Tennessee Williams classic gets a straightforward retelling to open the Public’s 40th season.
Gia T. Cacalano and Staycee Pearl Dance Project close SundaySeries with indoor/outdoor whimsy and playful science fiction.
British actor Lenny Henry came to Pittsburgh to conduct interviews and see the city that shaped the late playwright’s life and work.
Aspen Santa Fe Ballet opens the Pittsburgh Dance Council season with a stunning program.
Teenie Harris photographs, music at Rodef Shalom and Tony Campbell Jazz Surgery Band are a few of the events on the calendar.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre and Autism Connection of PA offered a month of adaptive dance classes for students with autism.
Mr. Dylan's last theater show in Pittsburgh was a three-night stand at the Stanley (now Benedum) in May 1980.
The Pittsburgh premiere of John Patrick Shanley’s Tony-nominated play opens City’s 40th season.
At 40, City Theatre is in the process of putting some polish on its South Side home.
From Oakland Forever to Monster Bash to Jackson Brown, there’s no shortage of things to do this weekend.
PICT’s Lady Macbeth delves into the motivations that propel a villainess of Shakespearean proportions.
The theater company hopes its new home will be close to its current space in Point Breeze.
The West Coast company will open the Pittsburgh Dance Council’s season with three works it commissioned from world-class choreographers.
“Hair” focused on the lives of a tribe of hippies in New York City and featured songs that became pop hits for other artists.
Carnegie Mellon University’s production of the great Pittsburgh playwright’s “Seven Guitars” is outstanding.
He was recognizable with his gleaming pate atop a 6-foot-6 frame and bassoon of a voice laced with the lilting cadences of the Caribbean.
It’s been quite a journey, tagging along with Attack Theatre over the past 20 years and exploring Pittsburgh in an imaginative way.
Ruben Graciani is Point Park University’s new dance department chair, a position Susan Stowe held for a decade.
“Off the Record,” a musical satire of local events, takes place on Thursday. This year it’s dedicated to the late PG columnist Sally Kalson.
Author Robert Edsel, the Moth StorySLAM, Washington Symphony Orchestra, New Yorker classical music critic Alex Ross, Art on Tap and more.
The professional company of Point Park puts Florence Foster Jenkins’ bizarre story back in the spotlight.
To undertake an iconic Tennessee Williams role, Lynne Wintersteller returns to Pittsburgh Public Theater for its 40th-season opener.
Leslie Ezra Smith focuses his talents as a spoken-word artist and national slam poet into "Book of Ezra" at Pittsburgh Playwrights.
Haunted houses, Tim and Eric the comedy duo, “Hip Hop and the Criminalization of Black Youth,” Pittsburgh Camerata, MXPX and more.
RADical Days schedule of free events and activities this weekend.
Attack Theatre’s latest site-specific work is “Are You Still There?” at the Pittsburgh Coliseum in Homewood.
At even a cursory glance, Texture Contemporary Ballet had an obvious “Synergy” in its first program at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater.
As PPT marks its 40th season, Ted Pappas, the longtime artistic director, wins raves for being professional and personable.
Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” in Frick Park, Pittsburgh Concert Society presents winners, Takacs Quartet, NPR’s Michele Norris and more.
Texture Contemporary Ballet's latest production will feature a mixed repertory program of contemporary, modern and classical works.
Tonight the Rep opens "Souvenir," the comedy with a heart and purposely bad singing, directed by Point Park alumnus Tome Cousin.
The “Smash” and “Shrek the Musical” star exits for a movie role, and a fellow Broadway veteran steps in.