The play starring Martin Giles and Karen Baum takes the place of the more populous “Saint Joan” on PICT’s schedule.
Robert Redford and Nick Nolte embark on “A Walk in the Woods,” which takes them onto the Appalachian Trail in an ambitious comic adventure.
The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre brings Mark Morris’ “Sandpaper Ballet” to the Chicago Dancing Festival.
A movie about the effect of autism on an Upper St. Clair family will be part of a California film festival.
The versatile filmmaker also wrote and produced features, directed for television and wrote novels.
Actress and co-writer Greta Gerwig blends 1980s sensibilities with screwball comedy for “Mistress America,” set in contemporary New York.
Mia Z and Luke Wade team up to make music to help find a breast cancer cure and will perform tonight at Pittsburgh Winery.
Mr. Simmons’ individual philanthropy has helped the symphony weather the weak economy and its difficult financial circumstances.
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
“Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” episodes are now available on Netflix.
Questions answered about “Resurrection,” a “Mad Men” finale stunt and Penn Jillette’s appearance on “Jeopardy!”
John Szwed’s first-rate biography puts the primary focus on the artist and her work, and not her addiction.
The action is sufficiently suspenseful to keep even a non-thriller reader’s interest, which makes up for the occasional uber-dramatic flair.
Adam Baldwin plays a naval officer in TNT’s “The Last Ship.” In real life, he is a political conservative in a sea of Hollywood liberals.
She has a huge fan base playing Big Boo on “Orange Is the New Black,” but Lea DeLaria’s longtime supporters know she can do much more.
Art & Architecture
Two sculptures by Edinboro University art faculty member Dietrich Wegner are included in Banksy’s “Dismaland Bemusement Park” in Britain.
With money from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation and Chevron, the Children's Museum will start maker spaces in West Virginia.
The NFL responds to the recent release of a trailer for the film “Concussion,” about head trauma on the football field.
“The Josh and Gab Show” creators are shopping around a new talk show for children.
Disney feels the pressure as the 3.0 version of the popular video game series is released to fans.
The Xbox One exclusive “Rare Replay” is an unrivaled compilation of classics from an iconic studio on the occasion of its 30th birthday.