A cast of four delivers Hitchcockian high jinks in the fast-paced play at the Cabaret at Theater Square.
The Post-Gazette’s Critics Choice motorcoach tour to Canada, July 19-23, includes a selection of seven performances.
Lots of Memorial Day activities, Sandcastle opens and Rapper Curren$y hits town.
Director Rachel Stevens and music director Deana Muro team to lead the musical at the New Hazlett Theater.
The comedian started a three-night run of six shows on Tuesday night at Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall.
In 1916, a huge audience gathered for outdoor performances of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and other Elizabethan entertainment.
The Tony-winning star of “Fun Home” partners with Seth Rudetsky for a performance at the Cabaret at Theater Square.
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Actor Charles David Richards will perform his one-act play Sunday in North Park.
A duo out of Point Park plays dozens of roles in the CLO Cabaret production of the comedic homage to Hitchcock films.
“Yes, You Can Dance” classes help with motor skills, exercise and socialization.
The Post-Gazette’s Summer Times section for 2016 details everything you need to see and do around Pittsburgh this season.
Alice Cooper hits town, and so does Chris Isaak, and at another venue the Milk Carton Kids perform..
From contemporary to classical — and a whole bunch of other styles — the city is rich with options to keep dance lovers busy all season.
Summer theater includes productions of ‘Matilda — The Musical,” “Damn Yankees” and “Elton John’s Aida.”
The play about a group of drivers and a feuding father and son, circa 1977 Pittsburgh, will be produced by the Manhattan Theatre Club.
The spare production at Pittsburgh Playwrights’ Downtown venue exposes the delights of minimalist staging.
Hear the roar on the South Side, where Benjamin Scheuer is performing his award-winning solo show through June 5.
Yuto Ideno of Japan, Daniela Moya of Mexico, Amanda Potts of Texas and Victoria Watford of Ohio will join the corps de ballet next season.
Classical and jazz music as well as art and comedy highlight cultural events in Pittsburgh.
It takes audiences on a journey through some of the many styles that contemporary dance can be, as conceived by local and guest artists.
The Avett Brothers, Pizzafest, comedian Margaret Cho and sheep shearing at the Oliver Miller Homestead are on the agenda for the weekend.
Mike Bartlett’s title aside, the play by any other name is just as provocative as he intended it to be.
Downtown company Bricolage creates ”Welcome to Here” for autistic theatergoers and their families.
The musical satire at the Carnegie theater is lighthearted fun for fans, while PICT goes to the dark side within its old Oakland haunt.
The stage and screen star of ”The Good Wife” comes to the Byham Theater, Downtown. Tickets go on sale May 13.
The award-winning singer-songwriter shares deeply personal stories in a solo show from May 14 to June 4.
Tickets go on sale at noon Wednesday.
In its eighth year, the newMoves Dance Festival continues to bring up-and-coming choreographers to the Kelly-Strayhorn Theater.
The Martha Graham Dance Company, BJM Danse, Pilobolus and a Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre collaboration are among what’s planned for audiences.
Comedian Margaret Cho hits town, and Shen Yun Performing Arts arrives too.
“Millie” ran April 2-9.
DaMya Gurley won $1,000 and college scholarship opportunities for her performance in New York City on May 2.
Pittsburgh Symphony performances, May Market and the popular Bed to Ten dance party are all slated for this weekend.
The company will perform “RainForest,” modern dance pioneer Merce Cunningham’s 1968 work.
Off the Wall in Carnegie gets musical with satire ”The Musical of Musicals.”
The popularity of ”Hamilton” has give creator Lin-Manuel Miranda a voice beyond the stage, from politics to the U.S. Treasury.
The Lincoln-Larimer native is one of 21 recipients of the award, which recognizes artists in the fields of dance, jazz and theater.
The second capital campaign in the theater company’s 70-year history is now entering the public phase to reach its $10 million goal.
Carnegie Mellon University alums Leslie Odom Jr., Renee Elise Goldsberry and Megan Hilty earn acting nods for the 70th Tony Awards.
“Hamilton” earned a record 16 nominations for the 70th annual Tony Awards, which will be broadcast live by CBS on June 12.
Eddie Korbich’s solo performance captures the inner turmoil of the writer at the moment of his fall from grace in high society.
Five of Broadway’s finest, including Karen Mason, Judy Kuhn and James Iglehart, also headline the Downtown series of Monday-night cabarets.
The versatile actor goes solo for “The Tell-Tale Heart,” one half of an Edgar Alan Poe presentation by PICT Classic Theatre.
Comedy and classical, jazz and guitar music populate the schedule for the coming week.
Nearly 1,000 people were expected to attend festivities surrounding plans now in motion to restore the historic site on Bedford Avenue.
Earlier this month, board president Ed Markoff signed the separation agreement, which will be effective July 1.
Pittsburgh Opera owns the largest David Hockney collection in Western Pennsylvania: the artist’s production of “The Rake’s Progress.”
Deer Hunter, Jewel and a Bluegrass Benefit Concert are slated for the weekend as well as ”Cirque de la Symphonie” at Heinz Hall.
A Pittsburgh Post-Gazette senior editor recounts the American premiere at the Metropolitan Opera.