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“An American in Paris,” produced by Van Kaplan and the Pittsburgh CLO, received 12 Drama Desk nominations on Thursday.
Also: “Aspie Seeks Love” returns, “Crocodile Gennadiy” inks deal, and a one-time showing of doc “Bayou Maharajah” at Hollywood Theater.
Russia has banned the showing of the new movie “Child 44,” which is set in Stalinist Russia.
Presented by Chamber Music Pittsburgh, the Brentano String Quartet and Todd Palmer will perform works by Charpentier, MacMillan and Brahms.
Trio Novis Mundi, organist Eric Plutz and Ronny Love and the Sensational Sounds of the Drifters perform here this week.
The Downtown Series musical revue will be performed at the Trust Arts Education Center April 29-May 9.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater announces its 2015-16 season with the theme, Magical Movie Musicals.
Questions answered about “Survivor,” “The Good Wife,” “Galavant” and a pregnant WTAE anchor.
The investigation, led by NBC News senior executive producer Richard Esposito, may be a factor in network’s decision to rehire Mr. Williams.
The Australian author who devoted 12 years to writing "The Narrow Road to the Deep North" speaks Wednesday in Oakland.
In a flawed but still interesting memoir, the actress and granddaughter of Ernest opens a light on the troubles of her famous family.
Jazz, soul, blues singer Madeleine Peyroux began her music career on the streets of Paris busking for euros.
Award-winning cartoonist Roz Chast has been drawing since she was a child. She will be in Pittsburgh April 23.
The innovative ARTS in Motion program is being offered at Dormont Elementary School in the Keystone Oaks School District.
An exhibition of 36 rare world maps at Hillman Library in Oakland shows how cartographers’ views of the continents have changed over time.
Jon Stewart’s last day on “The Daily Show” will be Aug. 6.
Renee Fleming debuts this week on Broadway in Kathleen Marshall’s “Living on Love.”