The Rep presents the local premiere of a dramedy by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies.
Rib fest at Heinz Field, Gateway Clipper is $1 for kids, final First Fridays at the Frick, make cool stuff at Festival of Combustion ...
The play starring Martin Giles and Karen Baum takes the place of the more populous “Saint Joan” on PICT’s schedule.
The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre brings Mark Morris’ “Sandpaper Ballet” to the Chicago Dancing Festival.
Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents series brings an eclectic mix of genres to the Pittsburgh Cultural District.
The city’s festival of new plays brings together writers worldwide with local theater companies to produce a dozen world premieres.
Paul Organisak, 53, vice president of programming for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, resigns to rest and recharge
The Wilson/Barnes/Throckmorton Trio, PSO’s “Neighborhood Week,” and a Festival of Combustion all scheduled for the coming week.
The Oscar-winning actor is slated to direct the film version of the Pittsburgh-set play by the late August Wilson.
Michael Polite and Richard Taylor are the newest governing board members; three more members will be named at the end of the year.
Adam Schreck is living his “incomparable dream” as a member of the famed comedy troupe.
Fairs, jazz concerts, art festivals, Tim McGraw and free films round out the last weekend of the month.
The center on Liberty Avenue is showing signs of artistic life as it heads into an ongoing renewal phase.
The Tony-winning star of "Wicked" and singer of "Let It Go" takes the audience on an emotional ride.
Front Porch Theatricals’ second show of the summer brings to light talents familiar and new.
The Tony-winning star of “Wicked” and singer of “Let It Go” is in concert with stage favorites and songs “I feel in my heart.”
A comedy revue at 7 p.m. Thursday will be the first act there. The theater closed in January 2005.
Pittsburgh New Works Festival begins Sunday at Carnegie Stage, formerly Off the Wall Theater.
Dance students at the Seneca Valley district’s cyber school will be able to receive a degree from Community College of Beaver County.
The rankings were based on a poll of students on select categories and college experiences.
Front Porch Theatricals didn’t go easy on itself when it decided to add a second musical to its usual summertime splash.
Social Distortion, Dirty Dozen Brass Band and lots of county fairs on tap for the coming weekend.
Two Falk Laboratory School teachers teach the language of Shakespeare and introduce his characters to youngsters at day camps.
The performance was a chance for dancers to practice “Sandpaper Ballet” on stage before mounting it at the Chicago Dancing Festival next
How important is it to be historically accurate with the appearance of the title character of Verdi’s “Otello”?
Take Soul Line Dancing lessons, see the 1859 “Bird’s Eye View of Pittsburgh, Allegheny & Environs,” listen to Reggie Watkins and more.
PBT is preparing for its premiere performance in Chicago and a mainstage season rich with new additions to the repertoire.
Farm shows and county fairs fill up the weekend, along with shows by Counting Crows and Jimmy Buffett and benefit concerts.
Mark Clayton Southers chronicles dark and hopeful times during his grueling recovery.
Cynthia Castillo and Damien Martinez Coro came to America from Cuba and now are sharing their passion for ballet at their own dance school.
The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical gets a makeover in the stunning touring production at the Benedum.
An illness in Anne Stockton’s family forces postponement of her one-woman show this weekend in Carnegie.
Broadway’s Ella, Paige Faure, creates magic on stage while making the national tour a family outing, with her toddler son in tow.
He’ll leave the show next year to join “Shuffle Along, or, The Making of the Musical Sensation of 1921 and All That Follows."
Citiparks offers free Summer Soul Line Dancing lessons today and Saturday; author Mary Jo Sonntag appear at Carnegie Library on Tuesday.
The 15th annual Three Rivers Storytelling Festival is just one of the activities on tap this weekend.
In his Tony-winning role as Lola, the Broadway star feels the love in his triumphant return to the Pittsburgh stage.
In its third year, Arcade Comedy Theater looks to grow its mixture of classes and offerings while expanding its audience.