The 2017-18 season includes the return of Pittsburgh native Kyle Abraham and a dance on the side of a building at the arts festival.
The Average White Band, the Terell Stafford Quintet and comedian Rob Schneider are on tap this week.
Choreographer Derek Deane redesigned the production for the proscenium arch and a conventional audience view.
A new event that will debut next spring focuses on developing musicals fit for smaller spaces such as the Cabaret at Theater Square.
Here’s a look at the lineups for this year’s Allegheny County Concert Series running from June through September.
Artistic director Louis Robitaille is about to celebrate 20 years heading the Montreal company.
The comic will release “Everyone’s Dead” with a show at the Andy Warhol Museum Friday.
The Carnegie company takes on “4.48 Psychosis,” an abstract script with a title that refers to the clinically depressed mind at 4:48 a.m.
Lots of musical entertainment including Eric Church, JoJo, the Pittsburgh Symphony and the Chainsmokers scheduled for the weekend.
The actor who starred for seven seasons of the CBS law drama now plays the iconic lead in Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman.”
Four actors give no-holds-barred performances in the outrageous comedy at the South Side theater through May 7.
The Pacifica Quartet, jazz great Robert Glasper and actor-comedian Kevin Pollack are on tap this week.
The production by British choreographer Derek Deane will make its North American debut April 21-23 at Benedum Center with the PBT Orchestra.
Consultants are optimistic for the historic former St. Columba sanctuary, now owned by a preservation-minded non-profit group.
STOMP hits town, along with the irreverent Steel Panther pop-metal band and country duo Dan + Shay.
After 40-plus years on faculty, Douglas Bentz — a pioneer of the school’s dance program -— will retire at the end of the semester.
One woman’s personal journey toward understanding her father strikes a universal chord of truth in the Tony-winning musical at Heinz Hall.
“Collaborators” demonstrates how being close to power can corrupt just as much as being powerful.
Costumes worn by PBT’s Marianna Tcherkassky, the late ballerina Violette Verdy and American Ballet Theatre’s Misty Copeland are featured.
This Broadway offering tells the tale of cosmetics business titans Helena Rubinstein and Elizabeth Arden.
The coming-of-age musical about lesbian cartoonist Alison Bechdel’s life with a closeted father arrives at the Benedum Center Tuesday.
Soul singer Morgan James, composer Trevor Weston and author Edwidge Danticat are on tap this week.
Diana Yohe has been with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre for four seasons and will make her soloist debut in “Dracula” in October.
The circus comes to town, Pittsburgh Symphony performs and Batman and Robin show up at the Steel City Comic Con.
L.A. actor Corey Jones comes to the South Side as the lead in a play about pushing past grief with the help of friends and family.
“Collaborators” by “Trainspotting” scribe John Hodge depicts the strange juxtaposition of a dissident writer creating a work for Stalin.
The national tour production at the Benedum Center balances charm and drama with a great Rodgers & Hammerstein.
The star of “Miss Saigon” and “Les Mis” and the voice of Disney’s Jasmine and Mulan loads up on sad songs for her Monday concert.
The 2017-18 season expands to two performances in a night, with Broadway stars including Cheyenne Jackson, Carmen Cusack and LaChanze.
The lavish tour headed to the Benedum Center April 4-9 was launched from the Tony Award-winning revival at Lincoln Center.
Jazz blues band Davina and the Vagabonds, NAT 28 chamber music and performance artist Miwa Matreyek are on tap this week.
The latest from Beth Corning is packed with raw, unadulterated movement that’s thought provoking long after the audience exits the theater.
Lots of music in town, including home-town girl Daya, Christian hip-hop artist TobyMac and rockers Stevie Nicks and Chrissie Hynde.
The full schedule for the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival.
The fourth annual Pittsburgh Fringe Festival fills the North Side with three days of “adventurous and exploratory” performing artists.
“Miss Julie, Clarissa and John,” which debuted last March, is headed to the National Black Theatre Fest and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
This PICT Classic Theatre production offers a creative yet faithful adaptation of Sophocles’ “Oedipus Rex.”
Choreographer Beth Corning has teamed with award-winning artist Donald Byrd to explore the interplay between truth and perception.
“Game of Thrones” parody “Graeme of Thrones,” Celtic Woman and comedian Donnell Rawlings are on tap this week.
The new endeavor by The Ellipses Condition puts the interplay between dance, music, chalk art, poetry and science under a microscope.
The Broadway-bound blockbuster sequel to J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” books and films focuses on parent-child relationships.