The latest full-length show by the veteran modern dance troupe is a testament to what can be discovered when we open our eyes and minds.
Layers and layers of Pittsburgh references have helped artistic director Terrence Orr’s “Nutcracker” adaptation stand the test of time.
The late playwright’s adaptation of his award-winning play is among six nominations from the Broadcast Film Critics voters.
Lots of seasonal music along with decorated trees and other events populate the weekend at hand.
Attack Theatre has created a show designed to be seen from all four sides.
Selected middle school and high school writers work with theater professionals to create productions of their one-act plays.
Alan Stanford and Cary Anne Spear star as Henry II and his queen in the drama, which runs through Dec. 17 at the Union Project.
The chamber opera “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat” explores the power of the senses.
It features new works by faculty members Jason McDole and Daniel Karasik and guest artists Alexandra Damiani and Darrell Grand Moultrie.
The musicals “Violet” and “Big Fish” are coming to the New Hazlett, while PPTCO presents three new plays by local writers.
The “American in Paris” and “Falsettos” star will replace James Monroe Iglehart on Feb. 13 in the Cabaret at Theatre Square show.
The actor from East Liberty who attended Peabody High School said Pittsburgh "had everything to do" with has career on stage and screen.
Over $300K has been awarded to 18 artists and foundations by a partnership between the Pittsburgh Foundation and The Heinz Endowments.
Comedian Mike Epps, a forum on the art exhibition “Repository” and a Christmas-themed program by Stile Antico are on tap this week.
130 Pittsburghers answered the call to join the PG in Times Square and show the world our city’s contributions to New York showbiz.
The rock comedy runs will run through Jan. 15 at the Cabaret at Theater Square.
A dozen singing-dancing youngsters get in the holiday spirit for the Broadway series offering at the Benedum Center.
The adaptation of Turgenev’s “A Month in the Country” steps up the pace and keeps the emphasis on character and humor.
A complete list of seasonal events, from light shows to “Nutcrackers” to “Christmas Carols.”
The minimalist chamber opera based on a neurologist’s case study will fill an empty corner of East Liberty with music through Dec. 11.
The award-winning musical revival is on the move after launching on the West Coast with “Glee” star Darren Criss.
The winner of the Pulitzer Prize in Drama for 2015 tackles hot-button issues with an indomitable urban spirit at the O’Reilly Theater.
Alton Brown returns this fall with two offerings that are slightly from left field.
An actor in the hit show aimedremarks about diversity at the vice president-elect who has opposed marriage equality for gays and lesbians
The Kassia Ensemble, comedian Brad Williams and a Billy Strayhorn tribute are on tap this week.
Jason Sparks of Penn Hills and Penn State is associate choreographer for the touring company that includes a dozen tap-dancing children.
Induction night celebrated eight additions to the 536 already adorning the upper lobby walls of the Gershwin Theater in raised gold letters.
PittStop Lindy Hop 16, Chatham Baroque, Devon Allman and Black Jacket Symphony just a few of the events coming this weekend.
Alexander Castillo will join the corps de ballet after a six-year stint with Los Angeles Ballet, where he advanced to soloist.
The new adaptation that won raves in London comes to the New Hazlett Theater with a large ensemble and brisk pace.
The stage and screen actress who had a recurring role on “Law & Order: SVU” will be at the South Side theater for two shows Dec. 8 and 9.
The singer-songwriter of “The Lion” returns to help Pittsburghers “weather the storm” in three concerts this weekend.
Trans South Asia performance art duo DarkMatter and Frick Collection in New York chief curator Xavier Salomon are on tap this week.
It’ll be a beautiful day in the neighborhood when showbiz folks working in New York gather for a Pittsburgh Pride photo.
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust added the second show after the March 16 concert became the fastest-selling show in its history.
The writer and performer of “The Lion” will play three concerts with Geoff Kraly and Brian Wolfe at the South Side theater.
Lots of music on the schedule this week with Cole Swindell, Benjamin Scheuer and The Stray Birds & the Flatbellys.
Actor-playwright Eugene Lee, an alum of August Wilson plays, stars in the Pittsburgh Public Theater production.
James FitzGerald shines as Shylock in PICT Classic Theatre’s production of “Merchant of Venice.”
The Clarion Quartet, R&B singer Lalah Hathaway and a tour of the Carnegie Free Library of Braddock are among the events on tap this week.
From movie theaters to neighborhood bars in Pittsburgh, it’s more fun to watch the results with a crowd.
The lakeside summer retreat over the New York border draws 100,000 visitors a year, including many from Western Pennsylvania.
In Pittsburgh for Wizard World Comic Con, the actor stops by the PG Studio to chat about “Grease,” “Rocky Horror,” “Spin City” and more.
The circus comes to town, the National Aviary celebrates art and wildlife, and Loreena McKennitt brings her Celtic sounds to the Byham.
The theatrical company that showcases literary works brings Mary Badham — the film version’s Scout — to Pittsburgh for a reception on Nov.
After withdrawing from “Madama Butterfly” in 2002, Patricia Racette will tackle the psychologically probing and musically acrobatic piece.
Shakespeare’s classic about a vengeful moneylender named Shylock is set in pre-World War II America for the production at the Union Project.