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Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Garden dresses up for the holidays with its Winter Flower Show, opening on Friday.
An ensemble of athletic dancers and strong leads herald the touring Disney musical as a crowd-pleaser in family entertainment.
Tennessee Williams’ play is in good hands as barebones presents a sure-footed “Streetcar.”
The new comedy by Ed Dixon brings together six famous inhabitants of a celebrated Paris cemetery (plus rock star Jim Morrison).
Peters native Dan DeLuca comes home for Thanksgiving as the lead in the national tour of the Disney hit musical.
The Kelly Strayhorn Theater in East Liberty will celebrate the 99th birthday of Billy Strayhorn with a birthday bash Saturday.
Patrick Jordan takes his theater company where he's always wanted to go — for a ride on Tennessee Williams' "Streetcar."
The PSO performs, Craig Ferguson hits town and Pittsburgh Ballet performs Poinsettias and Pointe Shoes at Phipps.
“Smart Blonde,” the new music-infused play at City Theatre, stars Broadway’s Andrea Burns, with two actors playing dozens of other parts.
The touring production at the Benedum Center wraps popular songs and big dance numbers in a shiny holiday package.
The Whirling Dervishes of Rumi bring their ritual dance symbolizing tolerance and personal development to Carnegie Music Hall.
Whirling Dervishes at Carnegie Music Hall, Jazz Vespers, W. Kamau Bell on his “Oh, Everything!” comedy tour. PSO Music for the Spirit ...
The touring musical adaptation of the sentimental 1954 film “is a Christmas card of a show,” says star Kaitlyn Davidson.
The famous denizens of a Paris cemetery are heard from again in "L'Hotel," a new comedy about art and fame at Pittsburgh Public Theater.
The Benedum Center show on Jan. 8, 2015, will include Mark Ballas and Witney Carson from the ABC television series.
Tony-winning musical filled with un-PC references is even more thought-provoking in a college setting.
Pet Expo, comedian Mitch Fatel, country band The Stickers and Undercroft Opera’s “Aida” are some of the events on the schedule.
A musical starring, written and produced by Mikayla Davic will be performed in the auditorium of J.E. Harrison Middle School.
Shana Simmons Dance will perform “Passenger” as part of Project Passenger Pigeon, which raises awareness about the extinct bird.
“The Intergalactic Nemesis” combines a radio-serial format and graphic novel visuals to create a science-fiction themed performance.
The Jersey Boy and Tony-nominated star of “Beautiful” takes the Trust Cabaret crowd on a trip through his life and musical influences.
The announcement arrives the day before the stand-up show at Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead.
Shifts in styles, strengths and philosophies were palpable in the five pieces performed for the company’s 10th anniversary event.
Author readings, classical music performances and comedy acts are all on tap this week.
Springsteen gift packages helped Stand Up For Heroes raise more than $1 million last week.
Broadway’s “Of Mice and Men” is screened at SouthSide Works Cinema, but few were there to see it.
Jarrod Spector, who also stars in “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical,” will perform for the Trust Cabaret Series in Pittsburgh Monday.
It will celebrate its 10th anniversary with a mixed-repertory program of works from its history Saturday at its home in Point Breeze.
Spouses Rick McMillan and Anne Louise Bannon return to town to perform in a fundraiser production of Gurney's "Love Letters" at Pitt.
The circus hits town, along with musicians Kenny Loggins and Justin Hayward. Also, the urban circus 360 ALLSTARS rolls into the Byham.
The Royal Ballet of Cambodia brings to the Byham Theater on Friday its history of culture, flexibility and perseverance.
At the Twentieth Century Club in Oakland, she taught a generation of Pittsburgh’s young people to dance, transmitting a joy for life.
CLO Cabaret gives the zany whodunit musical its first regional production.
The British troupe took the audience on a reflective, oddly philosophical trip as part of its debut at Byham Theater.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey is bringing its new show, “Built to Amaze,” to Pittsburgh this week, and it’s quite the family affair.
Chicksburgh Comedy presents the comedy showcase “Pipe DOWN Hipster” at Howlers Coyote Cafe, 4509 Liberty Ave., Bloomfield 8 p.m. Wednesday.
The play about growing up in a Pittsburgh home filled with strong women recently ended its run at the off-Broadway Primary Stages.
The national tour brings a message of hope wrapped in a swell production to the Benedum Center.
Pittsburgh native Nick Lehane earns his acting stripes as an understudy for Broadway’s “This Is Our Youth.”
The troupe will perform “come, been and gone” at Byham Theater this weekend as part of the Pittsburgh Dance Council’s 2014-15 season.
Disaffected, well-to-do youngsters take center stage in Broadway’s “This Is Our Youth.”