Pittsurgh CAPA soars to award "Heights," while CAPA's Angelo Ragghianti and Quaker Valley's Rachael Houser are crowned top actors.
"All Shook Up" is all about Elvis Presley's music and love.
It opened with a bang. Bishop Canevin's production of "In the Heights" was extraordinary.
Sweet and snide Hampton High School production is pretty in pink -- and pretty funny, too.
Belle and Co. enchant in Northgate High School musical.
Vocals and dance were spot on and enthusiasm was abundant in Pittsburgh Obama High School's "Island" of wonders.
Group numbers and supporting players shine in North Hills' production.
"Dolly's" lookin' swell due to Winchester Thurston's accomplished leads and tight ensemble.
Strong cast and vocals lift production of "Curtains."
Classical tale gets a modern makeover.
Zach Malinak of Freedom and Francesca Nardone of Ellwood City will represent Beaver, Butler and Lawrence counties in national competition.
What is this thing called "Seussical"? It's a rainbow of tunes, a jukebox of colors and a kaleidoscopic jumble of characters and stories.
The 23rd annual program honoring participants from 29 Allegheny County schools will hold its awards ceremony May 25 at the Benedum Center.
Heartfelt and comedic performances have the audience enthralled with this little orphan 'Annie.'
Talented musical ensemble re-creates the classic Mel Brooks' comedy with imaginative sets.
Tropical sets are among the highlights of the musical about con men adapted from the 1988 movie.
Talented ensemble captures mood, attitude and accents life pros.
Scholarships are awarded on a night of performance and camaraderie at the Palace Theatre in Greensburg.
"Once on This Island" ends its run early as the school's online newspaper cites injury and a family death as reasons for cancellation.
The classic performance took to the stage with glee.
Aliquippa might hope this is prophetic: "A Little Shop of Horrors" is a spirited musical comedy parody about a down-on-its-luck town.
The annual Geneva College Henry Mancini awards honor achievement in high school musical theater in Beaver, Butler and Lawrence counties.
A musical journey into Dr. Seuss's books at Plum.
The students are up to the challenge of "Phantom."
Production at its best showing the struggle between honoring tradition and changing customs to fit society.
Acting and design shine in imaginative production.
For Penn-Trafford, which has been producing a musical each spring since 1974, this is the first "Guys and Dolls" performance.
Playful KO production does justice to a joyous, raunchy love letter to the Jazz Age.
Musical highlights theme of childhood dreams come true.