For Virginia shows, Mr. Morris will sing a medley of deliciously risqué songs from the 1920s and ’30s that accompany “Dancing Honeymoon.”
It is a personal work, and it is best experienced in an intimate space like the studio at Pittsburgh Opera’s headquarters.
Derry native Jake Emmerling talks about life on the road with one of the most acclaimed musicals of the decade.
HBO’s adaptation of the Liane Moriarty novel stars Reese Witherspoon and Nicole Kidman too often feels like a run-of-the-mill soap.
From New York Fashion Week to Calvin Klein’s latest ad campaign, Warhol’s works are enjoying much more than 15 minutes of fame.
A new biography of the creator of “Krazy Kat,” one of the most influential comic strips of all time.
The acclaimed Pittsburgh poet, the host of “Prosody,” is alive and fully engaged in her latest collection.
Eric Puchner uses domestic, mundane and even futuristic themes to explore why life, even when it is painful, is always worth living.
Questions answered about “Bates Motel,” “The Lawrence Welk Show” and WEPA.
Author Maggie Nelson, Grammy-winning jazz vocalist Gregory Porter and comedian Aries Spears are on tap this week.
Lauren Groff still reads the classics, and was influenced by Edith Hamilton’s famous book, “Mythology.”
Lou Schreiber, 69, doesn’t need to see his audience to know they love his music. “You can just feel the energy by the way they applaud.”
Winners in two divisions, grades 4-7 and 8-12, will be chosen at the Pittsburgh Public Theater’s O’Reilly Theater, Downtown.
ABC’s announcement about the next “Bachelorette” is striking some as “UnREAL.”
The Tony-nominated stage and screen actor takes on the classic role for the production that opens April 21.
Festival will be re-branded as the Pittsburgh Blues and Roots Festival, benefiting the Autism Society.
Row House Cinema and Bierport will screen all eight films, with complementary activities and tastings related to the Harry Potter universe.
The spinoff series, debuting Sunday on CBS and later on CBS All Access, makes a strong case for this continuation show in early episodes.
If you want more action, more spectacle and more humor in your movies, “The Great Wall” has it.
Nearly a year after being fired by WTAE-TV, she has a huge following on her Facebook page and is about to launch a positivity website.
The so-called thriller about a mysterious spa has too few jolts and too much sickness to make the long stay there worthwhile.
The tour will also feature Jimmy Eat World and Judah and the Lion.
Prosecutors object to Abby Lee Miller, who once smuggled money into the country, being allowed to take a business trip to England.
The thimble was rejected in a campaign to determine the tokens for the next generation of the game
All-American Road Show will also feature Brent Cobb and Margo Price.
Fitz and The Tantrums will join the bill on the Honda Civic Tour.
Ally & Andy, of Pittsburgh’s Y108, are also nominated.
Music, theater and tattoos are to be found in the area this weekend.
The synth-pop duo from Pittsburgh and West Virginia finds a bigger sound on its full-length debut album.
University leaders say they no longer can justify subsidizing the operation and plan to close the Press later this year.
The Pittsburgh native who fronted The Rave-Ups tackles love and faith on his second solo album.
The series at the Cabaret at Theater Square welcomes “the gold standard of open mic nights” on April 19 -— an unusual Wednesday-night show.
On Carnegie Mellon University’s campus, Miller Gallery houses an exhibition of tech-related art that reclaims the female perspective.
Several people working on the hit drama have Pittsburgh connections, including the creator, a writer, set decorator and crew members.
The upcoming European tour includes cameos by violinists Rainer Honeck and Anne-Sophie Mutter and baritone Matthias Goerne.
John Sutton and Craig Weber join Pittsburgh Community Broadcasting Corp. in “key” administrative roles.
Actor and vintage plane buff Harrison Ford was involved in a close-call incident involving a 737 passenger jet.
Noted New York fine art photographer and McKeesport native Duane Michals launches a new direction with his film “Talking Pictures.”
In 'Interpretations' exhibit, Joy-Marie Thompson reimagines photos featuring famous performers at the August Wilson Center.
Jennifer Ross, who was hired by former music director Mariss Jansons, has moved permanently to Jackson Hole, Wyo.
The Hiawatha Project’s “JH: Mechanics of a Legend” is something between prosaic documentary and incantatory play, plus music.
Migos & Tory Lanez, Kodak Black and Zoey Dollaz round out the bill.
Comedian Brian Regan’s Heinz Hall show will be free. His fall appearance was canceled because of the Pittsburgh Symphony’s labor dispute.
Tickets go on sale tonight.
Real life is meaningless. Try this list of fine love stories you’ll find in action, fantasy and even the Super Mario franchise.
Melissa Yancy’s short stories feature characters dealing with the human and institutional complexities that arise in the modern world.
The Tony-nominated star of “An American in Paris” and “Falsettos” brings music and comedy to the Cabaret at Theater Square.
Adele, Beyonce and Chance the Rapper were big winners at the Grammy Awards Sunday night.
Two of the world’s biggest pop stars win big in night filled with performances.
Adele had highs and lows and Bruno Mars and the Time paid fitting tribute to Prince, among other stand-out performances.