Charlie Ross beeps, shuffles and whines — think Luke Skywalker — through the hour-long show.
Magicians Francis Menotti and David London and guitarists Lee Ranaldo and Steve Gunn are some of the arts on tap this week.
Magicians, music and children’s events are all on the calendar for the coming weekend.
Charlie Ross presents one man, dozens of characters and a droid or two in his “One Man Star Wars Triology” at the Byham Theater Saturday.
The star of Public Theater’s “Between Riverside and Crazy” is a Texan who has gained Pittsburgh cred as a “Wilsonian Warrior.”
A list of PG Performers of the Year beginning in 1983.
“The Franklin Project” by the artist and educator takes its title from the “Peanuts” cartoon strip’s lone black character.
Harpsichordist Richard Egarr, comedian Shawn Wayans and Art on Tap are on tap this week in the Pittsburgh area.
It’s no ‘Star Wars,’ but a strong showing at the box office and star power bode well for “Fences” as it makes its cinematic debut.
Some are new to Pittsburgh. Others were born in the Steel City and are now just hitting their stride. They’re innovators, they’re
From food trucks to comedy, the first full weekend of the new year has something for everyone.
The touring company of the award-winning play about a teen with behavioral issues and a family in crisis is at Heinz Hall.
A pop-up art studio, comedian Dan Cummins and a Mattress Factory tour are on tap this week.
After a “Curious” start, you can find Shakespeare, Broadway musicals and plays about football, boxing, wrestling and kids stuff, too.
The Tony Award-winner of 2015 marries technology, movement and an emotionally gripping story to create a theatrical event.
Holiday events, concerts and a Messfest, all on the calendar for the last weekend of the year.
He joins Adele, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lawrence, Lady Gaga, Tina Fey and Betty White in the honor.
After debuting the solo show at Heinz Hall, the ex-Steelers running back brings his life story to the Public’s cozier O’Reilly Theater.
Comedian Josh Wolf, the documentary “Herb & Dorothy” at The Frick Art Museum and jazz from Benny Benack III are on tap this week.
The PG critics are mostly in sync in picking the professional company’s standout productions for the year.
Lots of holiday fun on the schedule for the coming Christmas weekend.
Building 'Fences': Actors discuss the Denzel Washington-directed film version of August Wilson’s play
The playwright insisted on an African-American director, “not on the basis of race but on the basis of culture.”
The film, based on Pittsburgh-born playwright August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play, was filmed in parts of Pittsburgh this year.
Abby Lee Miller is scheduled to be sentenced Jan. 20 on charges of concealing income and smuggling money illegally into the country.
Shared goals emerge from a town hall in Oakland attended by more than 140 people from all walks of the theater.