A father and daughter clash about their different life choices in Jessica Dickey's new play about hoops and harmony.
The Company at Lawrenceville’s Grey Box Theater brings out the wit and charm of the show with the odd title and big dreams.
Festival offerings share puppetry in common.
Public dramatizes Wilder's classic with an all-Pittsburgh cast, stretching "local" to include actors who had part of their lives here.
The actress-singer-writer of "Roots" and "Hair" fame creates a new ensemble piece reworked from her one-woman show.
CMU's "The Crucible" goes straight to the heart of Arthur Miller's message.
Tammy Ryan's play, in its world premiere at the Playhouse, is about war, but not as we would expect.
The musical parody at the Byham Theater mines comedy from the best-selling sex fantasy.
PICT's presents lively version of Martin McDonagh's grisly, comic and oddly affecting "Skull in Connemara"
A film and themes of sight and shadow give "The Frequency of Structure and Flow" continuity and power.
The playwright's first hit, a drama about families on the homefront, is a potent season-opener for Point Park's pro company.
The Carrnivale Theatrics production at the New Hazlett Theater celebrates the Tony-winning musical's urban flair with a diverse cast.
This year North America's greatest classical repertory company will offer 12 plays in its four distinctive theaters.
Remembering why men and women are worlds apart in a one-man CLO Cabaret show, starring Vince Valentine, at Theater Square Downtown.
PICT stages a brutal, revealing and haunting "Don Juan Comes Home From the War."
"Foul Mess in Thebes" collection is played for laughs, not in mockery of the original plays but in recognition of their brawling melodrama.
Pittsburgh CLO season closer brings rollicking rock 'n' roll to the Benedum.
No Name players introduce a zany new musical that revels in rock 'n' roll silliness and pop culture nostalgia.
PICT's "Lady Windermere's Fan" delivers the wit and whimsy of Oscar Wilde.
Opera Theater of Pittsburgh produces a tighter, masterful "Shining Brow," but "A Little Night Music" is too little and too long.
The clever, colorful staging of Ariel's undersea world creates a magical experience for all ages.
The clever, colorful staging of Ariel's undersea world creates a magical experience that's true to the popular Disney film.
"Mnemonic" is a serious, inventive play, sometimes moving, funny or bewildering, variously tender, frustrating and poetic.
For a while now choreographer Pearlann Porter has seen no need for the pirouette, a formidable and expected staple of the ballet vocabulary.
A version of "The Phantom of the Opera" by Arthur Kopit and Maury Yeston is a vehicle for great voices to shine.
Spirited courting and dancing and powerful vocals add up for Pittsburgh CLO's lastest production.
A fine cast brings home the last of the Pittsburgh Cycle of plays, a Hill District-set drama packed with recognizable names and places.
Helena Ruoti leads a strong cast as the matriarch of a clan that gathers for an uneasy reunion.
The disappointing adaptation fails to reflect the argument of Tolstoy's original story.
"Remains," a taut Glue Factory Project from Beth Corning, explores the traces that people, places and emotions leave behind.
The dancing feet of beloved musical have hit the Benedum Center stage to kick off the Pittsburgh CLO's 67th season.
Offstage distractions take their toll on this play's first foray into Broadway, leading to a shortened run.
"Good Black Don't Crack" ends Kuntu Repertory Theatre's 38-year run.
Pittsburgh Playhouse Junior's production of "Honk Jr." is beautiful.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater presents the tale of a man raised by apes -- complete with Phil Collins songs.
Supernatural melodrama conjures demons and spirits but not the spirit of Abigail Williams' life and times.
Choices on Broadway include a musical about drag queen and his boots, a comedy with Chekhovian overtones and a 1940s drama that sticks a
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre's "Ma Noah" mixes comedy and drama.
Pittsburgh Public Theater's "Clybourne Park" offers humorous and thought-provoking look at race and class.
The production of the dramma giocoso Saturday night at the Benedum Center was irresistible, with an old-fashioned, droll quality to it.
The Scottish actor plays all the roles in Shakespeare's blood-drenched portrait of power lust and a pushy queen.
Snappy 'Anything Goes' will lift spirits above sea of modern turmoil.
PICT's powerful "Our Class" loses a bit of its dramatic steam in a documentary-style Act 2.
For Penn-Trafford, which has been producing a musical each spring since 1974, this is the first "Guys and Dolls" performance.
London theater scene beckons with "People," "The Judas Kiss," "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time" and "Matilda."
Abstract Jon Fosse play staged by Quantum Theatre at former Park Schenley puts heavy demands on concentration and imagination.
A three-person play from Ireland, "Little Gem" shows different facets as it turns and you gain access to its refracting depths.
"The Sisters Grey" staged at the August Wilson Center humors and touches the heart.
Set design for time-twisting play ups the ante for production at Pittsburgh Playhouse.
National tour of Tony-winning show fires on all cylinders while heralding a new wave of musical theater entertainers.