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A guide leads a bus and walking “Tour,” melding fact and fiction to find a community’s saints in this Bricolage co-production.
PICT returns to Oakland for an Ayckbourn comedy that features two worlds existing side by side.
David Toole and Erin Lindsey Krom are the appealing performers in Front Porch Theatricals’ latest summer musical.
Meet a few of the fledgling companies that are carving out their place in Pittsburgh’s growing dance scene.
A Broadway original and a Tony nominee are reviewed by our critics.
PSO presents the final Fiddlesticks family concert of the season, comedian Gary Owen plays the Pittsburgh Improv ...
The Post-Gazette has compiled the best bets for entertainment in the Pittsburgh area this season.
Musical stars David Toole, of Identity X, and Erin Lindsey Krom.
Heritage Players stages “To Kill a Mockingbird,” All Time Low plays at Stage AE, Sandcastle opens, and more.
The theatrical event of the summer promises to be Billy Porter in "Kinky Boots" at the Benedum.
Pittsburgh's dance scene has plenty of options this summer for the performing arts lover in us all.
The immersive bus and walking tour takes visitors on a quest to reveal saints among local artists and performers.
The Scottish Ballet delivers a spellbinding display of talent and storytelling, based on Tennessee Williams’ Pulitzer Prize-winning drama.
Karla Boos’ versatile troupe continues to leave footprints in experimental theater throughout the city that has embraced it.
“American Falls” is a play that fits right into barebones’ wheelhouse of youthful, contemporary plays of grit and urgency.
In addition to the new hires, Hannah Carter will be promoted to soloist, and Nurlan Abougaliev and Elysa Hotchkiss will be leaving.
The comedy with music follows a couple on an epic weekend of debauchery and self-discovery.
Broadway’s “Wolf Hall, Parts One and Two,” based on the novels of Hilary Mantel, focuses a bit too much on Anne Boleyn.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s Critics Choice motorcoach tour will visit the Shaw and Stratford theater festivals this summer in Canada.
Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire,” was transformed into a new ballet production by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa.
The Delmont playhouse’s opening production will be “Butterflies Are Free.”
The new black box theater in Braddock opens its doors with a play by Pitt alumna Miki Johnson.
Fans of podcast "Welcome to Night Vale" gather for the weirdness at the Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall.
Children’s Theater Festival, Pittsburgh Folk Festival, rock band Primal Scream and Nitro Circus Live all scheduled for the coming weekend.
Fox’s mysterious “Wayward Pines” gets off to a strong start and offers answers to its central mystery early, but is the answer good enough?
The power of August Wilson’s American classic shines through in an ambitious revival.
The Broadway star performs a mix of cabaret, show tunes and new works for an appreciative Byham crowd.
Now in its sixth edition, it’s introduced developing choreographers and dialogues that have made a real impact on the dance community.
Comedian Brad Williams, a Pulitzer Prize-winning musical, and an art walk, all on the roster for the coming week.
The play “Tru” is added to Pittsburgh Public Theater’s schedule to complete its 2015-16 slate.
Scottish playwright David Greig juggles different storytelling methods and adds songs to spice up a wild ride.
The complex play about a father trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter is full of symbolism.
Local theater, Styx, May Market and a Pizza Fest all on the slate for the coming weekend.
The high school musical awards for Allegheny County will crown winners at a Benedum Center ceremony on May 30.
Mark Clayton Southers directs “Fences,” one of 10 August Wilson plays set in each decade of the 20th century.
The Hall ceremony was held Monday after a January blizzard forced postponement of the event.
Telly Leung, Cady Huffman, Mandy Gonzalez and Alton Fitzgerald White belt out songs and share stories in the series’ stirring season finale.
After a year hiatus, the contemporary dance festival is back and will showcase emerging and established artists from Pittsburgh and beyond.
As the revue sells out its Downtown venue, PICT adds five performances at the Stephen Foster Memorial in Oakland.
“Broadway Showstoppers,” the season finale for the cabaret series, also features Cady Huffman, Alton Fitzgerald White and Mandy Gonzalez.
Chris Tucker, the Boilermaker Jazz Band and Alia Musica perform; Kennywood opens and bodybuilders hit the stage at Soldiers & Sailors.
The musical co-produced by Pittsburgh CLO’s Van Kaplan competes with “Fun Home” and “Something Rotten!” Check the list of Tony nominees
Pittsburgh Public Theater’s “Othello” brings the Bard’s classic tragedy to life.
Winners will be announced June 7.
Director Alan Stanford approaches the circa-1960s musical revue with the idea that each song is a miniplay performed by singer-storytellers.