Offstage distractions take their toll on this play's first foray into Broadway, leading to a shortened run.
"Good Black Don't Crack" ends Kuntu Repertory Theatre's 38-year run.
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.
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
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre's "Ma Noah" mixes comedy and drama.
Pittsburgh Public Theater's "Clybourne Park" offers humorous and thought-provoking look at race and class.
The production of the dramma giocoso Saturday night at the Benedum Center was irresistible, with an old-fashioned, droll quality to it.
The Scottish actor plays all the roles in Shakespeare's blood-drenched portrait of power lust and a pushy queen.
Snappy 'Anything Goes' will lift spirits above sea of modern turmoil.
PICT's powerful "Our Class" loses a bit of its dramatic steam in a documentary-style Act 2.
For Penn-Trafford, which has been producing a musical each spring since 1974, this is the first "Guys and Dolls" performance.
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 Sisters Grey" staged at the August Wilson Center humors and touches the heart.
Set design for time-twisting play ups the ante for production at Pittsburgh Playhouse.
National tour of Tony-winning show fires on all cylinders while heralding a new wave of musical theater entertainers.
An African-American opera singer Roland Hays follows his artistic bliss and fights racism in City Theatre's "Breath & Imagination."
Pittsburgh Public Theater's "Thurgood" tells the tale of the first African-American associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Sparkle and Spandex star in drag-queen road movie's musical reinvention at the Benedum through Sunday.
Pulsing with a manic energy, Off the Wall's "Looking for the Pony" is heartfelt but sometimes scattered.
CMU and Point Park stage rewarding musical theater fare with "Chess" and "Spring Awakening."
Scarlett Johansson is more actress than star in the revival of this American epic at the Richard Rodgers Theatre in New York.
The Tony-nominated Green Day musical is infused with gritty energy.