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With this Pittsburgh premiere, the Public has now produced every play by two-time Pulitzer Prize winner August Wilson.
The Pittsburgh Public Theater exhibits its collection of production art from plays by the award-winning Pittsburgh writer.
The Home & Garden show opens, Disney On Ice brings princesses to town and the crazy Q Ball to benefit Quantum Theatre hits town.
The veteran actor is going green and loving it for the Pittsburgh Musical Theater show.
The theater group in Carnegie concentrates on the modern aspects of the agendas presented in Henrik Ibsen’s “Ghosts”
Productions at Carnegie Mellon University, Point Park University and the University of Pittsburgh showcase theatrical talent.
Dancers split the George R. White Studio in the Strip District into two worlds and moved between them in the most evocative ways.
The lineup will include works by Jiri Kylian, Mark Morris and Jerome Robbins that will be danced in Pittsburgh for the first time.
Palm Beach Opera produced the world premiere of Ben Moore’s “Enemies, A Love Story,” which featured local soprano Danielle Pastin.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Sheri Fink speaks at Carnegie Music Hall Monday night; the PSO’s ’Play N’at“ series concludes Tuesday.
Lissa Brennan’s play at PICT Classic Theatre explores themes of power, domination and rebellion set in the 1860s Old South.
Works by Malpaso co-founder Osnel Delgado and renowned American choreographer Trey McIntyre will be on the program in Pittsburgh.
Specially adapted performance gives those with sensory sensitivities a chance to experience a theater production.
The work was inspired by a summer that playwright Molly Smith Metzler spent on Martha's Vineyard, a strange new world to her.
Performances on tap include Chatham Baroque, Buckwheat Zydeco, Pittsburgh Moth Grandslam and ArcAttack.
The Broadway Across America 2015-16 season includes newcomers “The Bridges of Madison County” and “Matilda” and the return of “Jersey Boys.
Pittsburgh Opera’s production of Mohammed Fairouz’s piece takes place at the company’s Strip District headquarters.
Along with the plays, Sister is back at the South Side theater, this time for Easter. The remaining three plays be announced in April.
Attack celebrates its 20th year with “Between,” a piece that grew from a musical nugget to a risky place between dance, music and theater.
Six works will make their debuts courtesy of Bricolage’s 10th annual B.U.S., a marathon of writing, producing and performing.
New touches such as a treacherous descent and a “Masquerade” amid mirrors add sparkle to the long-running musical theater experience.
The wide-ranging 2015-16 season includes a historical drama, a 1700s-era comedy, a classic musical and the 2013 Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
She will continue to be with the company behind the scenes, focusing on the artistic and business sides of Bodiography Contemporary Ballet.
Shakespeare is in the parks, Beethoven is on the Bluff and ArcAttack is at the Hillman Center.
The first person to swim across the Florida Straits without a shark cage is wading into a new challenger — theater.
Maria Caruso turns this weekend’s Bodiography performance at the Byham Theater into a farewell of sorts.
Based on real-life events, a Bodiography work written and composed by Theo Teris will reflect the way some young women react when abused.
Work on the landmark theater could start in March; the Lamp closed 10 years ago.
The production of “Phantom” now at the Benedum Center has been redesigned from top to bottom, including hidden pyrotechnics.
“For the Tree to Drop,” a new play by Lissa Brennan inspired by “Antigone,” is the first offering in PICT’s Downtown Series.
RuPaul’s Drag Race 2015 Battle of the Seasons Condragulations Tour rolls into the Byham on Tuesday.
What’s on stage at CMU School of Drama, Pitt Theatre Arts, New Horizon Theater and Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center.
The Pittsburgh Symphony, David Bromberg and the Steeltown Jazz Storytellers are among those performing this weekend.
The 21st annual contest drew about 1,100 entrants, representing some 95 southwestern Pennsylvania schools.
CLO Cabaret sets the stage — and doors — for French playwright Marc Camoletti’s sexy romp about an American juggling three stewardesses.
The national tour’s Phantom campaigns to help find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease through music and sharing how it has touched families.
A look at upcoming events for the week ahead.
There are 52 actors and musicians in the touring production of “Phantom of the Opera” that reinvents the spectacle of the Broadway show.
August Wilson discusses his craft in his own words in the PBS series.
From growing up in Pittsburgh’s Hill District to writing his 10-play cycle, playwright August Wilson is profiled on “American Masters.”
New Horizon Theater’s “The Meeting” (Malcom X and MLK), PSO’s Play N’at chamber music series, Jerusalem Quartet lands in Carnegie Music
The annual competition for grades 4-12 will have its Showcase of Finalists Monday at Pittsburgh Public Theater’s O’Reilly Theater.
The event has drawn more than 1,000 entries this year—- and competitors ages 8 through 70-plus from across the country.
The farce set during a Prussian victory celebration reveals social and historical contexts amid a frenzy of amorous mayhem.
Comedy at CLO Cabaret is based on the Tony-winning revival.
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company's Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition will showcase Pittsburgh writers.
The theme for the annual event is Hollywood Parties Through the Years, with the proceeds supporting the historic theater.
The performing group takes on a new name, new venue for 2015 season.
Monster trucks, Jackie Evancho and a zombie Valentine dinner mixer on the slate for this weekend.
“Disgraced” on Broadway revolves around hot-button topics such as ethnicity, religion, sex, gender, marriage, violence and terrorism.