The Watoto Children's Choir from Africa will visit four communities this weekend.
The season opens in East Liberty with a play about how memory effects the past and present.
Sondheim musical revue gets a CLO makeover that concentrates on the composer's love songs.
Singer-songwriter Duncan Sheik turns to Kickstarter not for seed money but for more watering money for a killer musical.
Richard Konzen at Hartwood Acres, Pittsburgh Glass Center summer lecture series, Pittsburgh Film Office discussion and more.
Offstage distractions take their toll on this play's first foray into Broadway, leading to a shortened run.
Freedom's Zach Malinak and Ellwood City's Francesca Nardone will represent the region at the national musical theater competition in NYC.
"Good Black Don't Crack" ends Kuntu Repertory Theatre's 38-year run.
PSO plays Grieg; Vicki Lawrence and Mama; Carnegie Library part in L'Ville; Tim McGraw's Two Lanes of Freedom tour; Andrew W.K. rocks on ...
Pittsburgh Playhouse Junior's production of "Honk Jr." is beautiful.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater presents the tale of a man raised by apes -- complete with Phil Collins songs.
Supernatural melodrama conjures demons and spirits but not the spirit of Abigail Williams' life and times.
People of all ages are invited to experience the history and health benefits of African dance through workshops and performances.
The six-month season is underway at the Shaw (Niagara-on-the-Lake) and Stratford, where Shakespeare is central and surprises abound.
"Can You Do That In Public?," a talk on public art; writer Nathaniel Philbrick at Writers LIVE; "Wake Up and Dream" with Bridgette Perdue...
Information you'll need to plan a trip to the Shaw or Stratford Festivals.
The festival runs Wednesday through Sunday on the grounds around Carnegie Library in Oakland with interactive and hands-on activities.
One staffer at the Pittsburgh cultural institution founded in the name of the late playwright confirmed that half the staff had been let go.
A listing of dance recitals for the coming months.
His attention to detail, sharp memory and extensive experience with key choreographers and dancers made him suited to serve as a coach.
Summer dance events will keep people on their feet.
Long before the roar of "The Lion King" ushers an end to the season, Pittsburgh CLO kicks off a musical summer with '42nd Street.'
City Theatre's production of "Abigail/1702" tells Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's "whatever happened to?" story of Abigail Williams.
Rope work and skimpy costume inspire star to get "all-over strong" for stage version of Disney animated film.
The 17-year-old took the first place trophy Monday night by beating out 14 other students at the August Wilson Monologue Competition.
Choices on Broadway include a musical about drag queen and his boots, a comedy with Chekhovian overtones and a 1940s drama that sticks a kni
Louise Pelaia touched many lives as a dance instructor at her own school. She died Friday at age 77.
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre's "Ma Noah" mixes comedy and drama.
Dance, by nature, is communal. It's most often humane. It must stand on its own, yet often engage with the forces of art around it.
The 2013-14 season will feature a mix of national and international artists, including a new work by Pittsburgh native Kyle Abraham.
Christopher Bandy has turned his woodworking hobby into a full-time job making toys, cutting boards and custom furniture.
The Post-Gazette's annual Critics Choice motorcoach tour to Canada's Shaw and Stratford festivals heads northward July 9-13.
'Role of a lifetime' brings overdue recognition to 'Kinky Boots' star.
"RAW: natural born artists" tonight; Rossini's opera "La Cenerentola"; Lyle Lovett at Byham; Youth Invasion at Warhol; Free Comic Book Day!
Little Lake Theatre Company opens with "Little Shop of Horrors."
World premiere "Without Ruth," based on a real-life mother and daughter, is part of Carnegie theater company's Year of the Woman.
It will feature quiet areas and activities in the lobby, as well as adjustments to potentially startling sounds and special effects.
Homewood and CMU musical star earns one of 13 nominations for 'Kinky Boots.'
Pittsburgh Public Theater's "Clybourne Park" offers humorous and thought-provoking look at race and class.
The Mark Morris Dance Group from Brooklyn will conclude the Pittsburgh Dance Council's 2012-13 season at Byham Theater.
The writer of comic books, screenplays and TV's "Big Love" and "Glee" imagines Salem's Abigail Williams 10 years after "The Crucible.
Music and drama add depth to City's upcoming schedule.
Harvey Fierstein-Cyndi Lauper musical has a leading 13 nominations, and CMU's Patina Miller is nominated as lead actress in "Pippin."
The production of the dramma giocoso Saturday night at the Benedum Center was irresistible, with an old-fashioned, droll quality to it.
The stage offerings in July's Post-Gazette's motorcoach tour to the Shaw and Stratford festivals range from history to political comedy.
Pittsburgh New Works Cabaret in Carnegie today; RAW: natural born artists; "Youth Invasion 2013" at the Warhol; Edgewood Symphony ...
Hollywood's current Spock co-stars with Cherry Jones when the show transfers to New York in September.
Dramaturg Annie DiMario brings a fresh perspective to Bricolage's expanded new-play festival.
Rev. Jeremiah Wright; Fleetwood Mac; Aimee Mann; 'Ma Noah'; Sandra Bernhard; new Waterplay at Children's Museum; Jamey Johnson; and more...
"Romeo & Juliet" gets an update in director Don Wadsworth's retelling with the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama.
The city's oldest African-American theater company has ended its nearly 40-year run.
Funding woes spell the end for African-American theater company founded in 1974.
Nora Chipaumire channeled African culture, tinged with religious elements, in her latest work "Miriam," performed at the Kelly-Strayhorn.
The Scottish actor plays all the roles in Shakespeare's blood-drenched portrait of power lust and a pushy queen.
The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre ended its season at the Benedum Center with Septime Webre's cotton candy version of "Cinderella."
Point Park's Conservatory Dance Company shared works by top choreographers Jose Limon, Ben Stevenson, Alejandro Cerrudo and Raphael Xavier.
Beethoven's Symphony No. 9, "Choral," Aimee Mann performs at New Hazlett, Beat Cabaret presents "Shakespeare After Dark" and more ...
Choreographer Nora Chipaumire and Okwui Okpokwasili perform at the Kelly-Strayhorn.
The Pulitzer and Tony winner play makes a quick transition from Broadway to Pittsburgh Public Theater production.
You don't need to know "A Raisin in the Sun" to enjoy "Clybourne Park," which is a fine, funny and pointed play on its own.
Snappy 'Anything Goes' will lift spirits above sea of modern turmoil.
Point Park University dance students to perform works of internationally recognized choreographers this weekend at the Byham Theater.
PICT's powerful "Our Class" loses a bit of its dramatic steam in a documentary-style Act 2.
The August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble performed a pair of works that explored the struggles and ancestry of Jewish and African cultures.
The 2-year-old dance company will perform excerpts from its ballet "Infinity" at the annual international festival in Massachusetts.
Pittsburgh Opera will share its spin on the fairy tale in "La Cenerentola" by Gioachino Rossini.
The Ebene Quartet makes its debut on the Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society series, Nora Chipaumire presents character-driven dance and more.
PBT will close its 2012-13 season with "Cinderella" with the PBT orchestra at the Benedum Center, Downtown.
The comedian will be taking the stage Saturday night at the Downtown venue as part of his comeback.
Timothy Evans, a regular at the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre for more than 40 years, died at age 62.
Director-choreographer has three new musicals in the works while her rousing Cole Porter revival closes Broadway Series season.
For Penn-Trafford, which has been producing a musical each spring since 1974, this is the first "Guys and Dolls" performance.
Dublin-based director answers 11th-hour call to come to Pittsburgh for her first experience in American theater.
Restoration comedy "The School for Scandal" at Point Park; Venezuelan funk combo Los Amigos Invisibles on Friday; Ira Glass on Monday...
The Baltimore-based comedy troupe will be bringing in the laughs at the new venue on Liberty Avenue.
Dancers will perform "The List" by Christopher Huggins, based on the Holocaust, and the African-rooted "Dedication" by Kevin Iega Jeff.
London theater scene beckons with "People," "The Judas Kiss," "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" and "Matilda."
Abstract Jon Fosse play staged by Quantum Theatre at former Park Schenley puts heavy demands on concentration and imagination.
A three-person play from Ireland, "Little Gem" shows different facets as it turns and you gain access to its refracting depths.
The Pittsburgh Dance Council program at the Byham Theater Friday night had a "Swan" trilogy.
Irish traditional singing, dancing and storytelling at "In Two Minds"; author Geraldine Brooks; "1960s Fashion Show" at history center ...
British stars shine brightly on the London stage during the Post-Gazette Critic's Choice theater tour.
From real stage to virtual theater and digital art, the grad student at CMU's Entertainment Technology Center makes a midlife career turn.
"The Sisters Grey" staged at the August Wilson Center humors and touches the heart.
There's lots to love about Texture Contemporary Ballet's "There's Something About Fontina" at New Hazlett Theater.
In any discussion of Jon Fosse's "Dream of Autumn," begin by eliminating words such as "linear" and "literal."
Pitt's Repertory Theatre will present "City of Asylum"; "Safe Light," about darkrooms, on Friday; "Black Cat, White Cat" at Pandemic ...
The Pittsburgh Dance Council will bring the Trocks, an all-male comedy dance troupe, to Pittsburgh for the first time since 2001.
Set design for time-twisting play ups the ante for production at Pittsburgh Playhouse.
Texture Contemporary Ballet stages "There's Something About Fontina" at the New Hazlett Theater.
Gia Cacalano's latest work, "The Frequency of Structure and Flow," combined a light installation with dance and music in a mystical way.
B-PEP Jazz Concert musical "fun-raiser"; poet Toi Derricotte; "RAW: natural born artist" event; PSO does Bach; Tease, old-school burlesque
This weekend, the Dreams of Hope troupe will perform a piece it created and has toured with this season called "Department of Hope."
August Wilson Center has workshop production of a new play this weekend; Bricolage announces three residencies.
National tour of Tony-winning show fires on all cylinders while heralding a new wave of musical theater entertainers.
A gem about relationships and coping brings director Kimberly Senior to Pittsburgh's City Theatre.
Bunny on board On this holiday weekend, families can hop on board the Gateway Clipper and meet the Easter Bunny.
The comedian of "Parks and Recreation" fame laughs away a fear of adulthood as his "Buried Alive" tour comes to Heinz Hall Thursday night.
Pittsburgh-born actor and teacher David Early has died.
Improv artists of Gia T. Presents will perform "The Frequency of Structure and Flow" this weekend at Wood Street Galleries, Downtown.