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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.
RADical Days schedule of free events and activities this weekend.
Haunted houses, Tim and Eric the comedy duo, “Hip Hop and the Criminalization of Black Youth,” Pittsburgh Camerata, MXPX and more.
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.
The Emmy winner was best known for her portrayal of Helen Morgan in “Playhouse 90.”
Wildly, knowingly offensive "The Book of Mormon" returns to town with Derry native Jake Emmerling in the ensemble.
Free events include “As You Like It” at Schenley Park; a Pittsburgh Symphony Brass concert and an appearance by poet Lucie Brock-Broido.
PICT presents a season of saints and sinners, including works by Shaw, Shakespeare and an “Oliver Twist” adapted by Alan Stanford.
Highland Games, Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra and ’Dixie’ around town this weekend.
The Village at Shirlington has experienced a renaissance since the mid-2000s, including the award-winning Signature Theatre.
From humble Pittsburgh CLO roots, the legend of Twan Baker continues to grow on stages from Kansas City to Broadway.
PSO’s Music for the Spirit, Music at Rodef Shalom, “Dangerous Beauty” at the Hunt Institute for Botanical Documentation at CMU and more
Dollar Bank and Judith Fitzgerald are asking judge to find in their favor in the dispute over how the property is sold.
OMG, the Glue Factory Project’s “Parallel Lives” perfectly captures the relationships and isolation that we and technology create.
Here's a list of fall plays and musicals on stages throughout Western Pennsylvania.
"The Sleeping Beauty," Arthur Aviles and Attack Theatre highlight the dance season.
The Orwells perform, Pennsylvania Trolley Museum hosts Trolley Days and Scottish Heritage Day is celebrated.
Point Park University’s The Rep brings “Of Mice and Men” to life at the Pittsburgh Playhouse.
The 2014-15 KST Presents series offers film, dance, music, theater and family friendly events from Pittsburgh and beyond.
The PICT Classic Theatre production dramatizes the motivations of a band of Ulster volunteers on the eve of the bloody Battle of the Somme.
“Parallel Lives” gives dancers a chance to ponder and poke fun at the role technology plays in our relationships, for better or for worse.
Dixie and her Tupperware return, Beatles tribute concert, “As You Like It” goes to the parks, “Music for the Spirit” returns to PSO.
California actor Leandro Cano feels connected to the role of Lennie and jumped at the opportunity to join The REP’s “Of Mice and Men.”
Charleroi native kicks off seven-state tour with her middle son, but this time playing the mother of the librarian.
Willis Clan, Moxie, Socks in the Frying Pan among the new bands at Irish festival.
A Fair in the Park, Pittsburgh Irish Festival and Rascal Flatts come to town for the first weekend of fall.
“Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme” has emotional resonance for director Matthew Torney, a native of Northern Ireland.
CLO Cabaret presents encore of hit show.
Husband and wife Robert Fitchett and Sunny Disney Fitchett are leaving the theater founded by Ms. Fitchett’s father 66 years ago.