2017-18 includes recent Broadway play “Heisenberg” and old and new classics such as “Hamlet,” “Equus” and a funny, sexy Sondheim musical.
A three-day screen presentation, with original star Jeremy Jordan, has become Fathom Events’s highest-grossing Broadway production.
Author Christina Baker Kline, comedian Steve Byrne and the Fidelio Trio are on tap this week.
The Druid Theatre of Ireland’s award-winning black comedy comes to the August Wilson Center as one of just five tour stops in the USA.
There’s no hoopla surrounding the gravesite of August Wilson, but it’s appropriate for an extraordinary man who celebrated the ordinary.
Michael Polite, who has been on the board of the August Wilson Center since August 2015, will take over as board chair from Maxwell King.
The R-rated musical comedy about Mormon missionaries returns to Pittsburgh, with award-winning song and dance, and lots of laughs.
Ice princesses, guitarists Marcus King and Tommy Emmanuel and lots of other performances on the slate for the coming weekend.
Fresh and classic works by Point Park dance faculty will be on the bill in “Conservatory Dance Company at Point Park University.”
Based on Aeschylus’ “The Suppliant Women,” the show at Pittsburgh Playhouse is directed by City Theatre’s Reginald Douglas.
The Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, directed and choregraphed by Tome Cousin, takes on the musical with an assist from the Dormont native.
The National Endowment for the Arts and other conservative targets fight to remain budgeted.
The actor was named the Post-Gazette Performer of the Year for the 1989-90 season.
The Pittsburgh Public Theater contest has one tie as winners are crowned in grades 8-12 in the Upper Division and 4-7 in the Lower Division.
For Virginia shows, Mr. Morris will sing a medley of deliciously risqué songs from the 1920s and ’30s that accompany “Dancing Honeymoon.”
Derry native Jake Emmerling talks about life on the road with one of the most acclaimed musicals of the decade.
Author Maggie Nelson, Grammy-winning jazz vocalist Gregory Porter and comedian Aries Spears are on tap this week.
Winners in two divisions, grades 4-7 and 8-12, will be chosen at the Pittsburgh Public Theater’s O’Reilly Theater, Downtown.
The Tony-nominated stage and screen actor takes on the classic role for the production that opens April 21.
Music, theater and tattoos are to be found in the area this weekend.
The series at the Cabaret at Theater Square welcomes “the gold standard of open mic nights” on April 19 -— an unusual Wednesday-night show.
In 'Interpretations' exhibit, Joy-Marie Thompson reimagines photos featuring famous performers at the August Wilson Center.
The Hiawatha Project’s “JH: Mechanics of a Legend” is something between prosaic documentary and incantatory play, plus music.
The Tony-nominated star of “An American in Paris” and “Falsettos” brings music and comedy to the Cabaret at Theater Square.
Paul Organisak, former executive at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust who helped bring the yellow duck to the Point, has a new gig.
“Valentines on Ice” skating for adult sweethearts, “Taj Express: The Bollywood Musical Revue” and the quartet Hypercube are on tap this
Dance Review: Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's 'Alice in Wonderland' offers family-style energy and escape
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre saw fit to bring back the magic of Derek Deane’s version to the Benedum Center.
Lots of music, monster trucks, Valentine’s Day festivities and a Black History Month exhibit on the schedule for this weekend.
Pittsburgh Dance Council presents two performances at the Byham Theater this weekend.
The festival March 24-26 is presented Downtown and in Oakland by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and the Humanities Center of Carnegie Mellon.
The CLO Cabaret show features six multitalented musicians and singers in Tony-nominated musical that but runs through April 15.
The Post-Gazette’s annual list of high school spring musicals in Western Pennsylvania, stretching from next week and into May.
The story of strength against all odds is told by melding the legend with historic records in a Hiawatha Project presentation.
Brent Harris as Malvolio and John Ahlin as Sir Toby Belch deliver outstanding performances in the Shakespearean comedy.
The Upper St. Clair actress chronicles her life as her brother’s keeper and struggles to find her own identity in a solo show for The REP.
The Danish String Quartet, vocalist Valerie June and John McIntire’s Dangeroulsy Live Comedy Talk Show are on tap this week.
After surviving a car crash in 2015, the Pittsburgh writer and artistic director keeps busy with August Wilson’s works and other projects.
Derek Deane’s adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s classic tale returns to Benedum Center for the first time in nearly a decade.
The South Side theater is partnering with local organizations to highlight values that resonate in the remaining plays of City’s season.
The search is on for the executive director of the African American Cultural Center, which owns and operates the August Wilson Center.
Music, kids events and CAPA students take on August Wilson’s “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” during the coming weekend.
The Tony-nominated show about six friends in North Carolina requires actor-singer-musicians to form a band for the long CLO Cabaret run.
“Woody’s Order!,” the world-premiere solo show at the Pittsburgh Playhouse, is a true story about destiny and a sibling’s devotion.
The national tour’s stellar cast and splashy musical numbers deliver a good time musical to the Benedum Center.
Company dancers will choreograph pieces for a program next March. Plus, PBT will revive classics, such as “Swan Lake” and “The Nutcracker.”
The city offers plenty of options for “drop in” dance lessons, where you don’t have to commit to more than one session.
Powerful plays about boxing and pro wrestling, past and present, reflect prejudice in American culture.
Quinn Patrick Shannon shines in “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” which boasts rousing songs and vocals but some plot missteps.
The musical comedy coming to the Benedum Center Tuesday stars Rob McClure as a rival writer trying to overtake Shakespeare in popularity.
Hip-hop artists R.A. the Rugged Man and A-F-R-O, musicians Hiss Golden Messenger and the photo exhibit “Fellowship” are on tap this week.