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Pop star Katy Perry delivered a nearly two-hour spectacle, with nine wardrobe changes, she jumped rope and road a mechanical horse.
David Mamet's "Romance" at Kinetic Theatre is the perfect light offering for the summer heat.
Rick Braun joins acoustic guitarist Peter White and saxophonist Steve "Euge Groove" Grove for the MCG Jazz-sponsored "Jazz Attack" Friday.
“The View‘s” Sherri Shepherd settled one of her two custody battles Monday in a Los Angeles court.
The Joey Travolta Film Camp teaches adolescents and young adults with autism spectrum disorders about communication and collaboration.
The Fred Rogers Company preps “Odd Squad” for PBS; wedding bells at “Two and a Half Men;” details on “Fargo” season two.
G‘Day, Bruce! Monty Python performs together for (probably) the very last time, and many get to see it on the big screen.
In any language, the new musical “An American in Paris” crafts a message of love and hope through dance.
“Corey Escoto: Sleight of Hand” at Carnegie Museum of Art is the first of eight exhibitions that make up the 2014 Pittsburgh Biennial.
“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” author Jesse Andrews met last week with students and faculty from Obama Academy and Schenley High School.
The June 21 Luke Bryan concert at Heinz Field spawned hours of extended tailgating, fights, arrests and mounds of trash.
Jonah Hill officiates at Adam Levine and Behati Prinsloo’s tropical wedding in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
“The Simpsons” enters its 26th season with new adventures on broadcast and cable; FX renews “Fargo.”
Glyndebourne Festival‘s staging of “Ariadne auf Naxos” moves Greek opera to 1940s England -- and it works.
Prince George, heir to the British throne after his father and grandfather, celebrates his birthday today.
Six years after playing Burgettstown, Katy Perry is a 17-hit wonder and on her third headlining tour, playing Consol Energy Center tonight.
Filmmaker Claude O‘Steen reaches into childhood and the stories his father told around the dinner table to create his narratives on film.
Filming of the boxing movie "Southpaw" may cause detours today along Brownsville Road in Carrick and Brentwood.
Fox executives hope a Batman-less “Gotham” can help improve their ratings; TCA Award winners announced.
Award-winning actor Michael Chernus says acting helped him make friends growing up in Ohio and now he is influencing people with his talent.
Under the direction of Lawrence Loh, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra paid tribute to the film scores of Hollywood composer John Williams.
Listening to Lord Huron through headphones is a relaxing, even regenerative experience. The band's stage presence is anything but.
Although he was adept at drama and action, Mr. Garner was best known for his low-key, wisecracking style.
KickStarter campaign launches country singer Slim Forsythe's pilot for "Live at Nied's Hotel" variety show.
After an 18-year run, Andrew Lloyd Webber‘s musical take on T.S. Eliot’s “Old Possum‘s Book of Practical Cats” is very much alive and
A giant scrap deer, known as the "gatekeeper," is part of the legacy of the Carrie Furnaces and is a 40-foot monument to the mill's demise.
Josh Weil’s “The Great Glass Sea” is a modern parable in fairy-tale Russia.
On Wednesday, the Milk Carton Kids perform at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater while Boyz II Men joins the PSO at Heinz Hall.
Diana Gabaldon‘s “Written in My Own Heart’s Blood” is the eighth installment in the author‘s time-traveling Outlander series.
“Wayfaring Stranger” continues its author‘s theme of the presence of evil in the world and how good people respond to it.
The first thing you notice about Joe Sacco’s “The Great War: July 1, 1916: The First Day of the Battle of the Somme” is its scope.
Lily Emilia Smith plays Jellylorum and Griddlebone in Pittsburgh CLO‘s “Cats,” then starts touring in September with "Annie."
Mobile apps offer information to help alleviate parking and traffic headaches on the way to the show.
Cell phones, excessive chatter and the stand-up/sit-down debate are among common annoyances at concerts these days.
Green Tree native Zachary Quinto preps “The Chair” and a return to “Star Trek,” but he may not be back on the “Heroes” reboot.
Dancers are encouraged to find “unity in diversity” at the first East Coast franchise of the legendary Millennium Dance Complex.
Changing etiquette practices at theater, classical music and ballet performances reflect a more casual culture.
Opera Theater’s production is an extraordinary accomplishment for a small company with limited financial and stage resources.
Wentworth Miller, a Quaker Valley High School grad, will get a guest role on “Flash.”
The Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble performed the world premiere of Ted Hearne‘s “The Cage Variations.”
A judge rules the Fox hit “Glee” has to change its name in the United Kingdom.
Lifetime's “The Lottery” begins in Pittsburgh; “NCIS” spins off to New Orleans.
“Life, Love, & Jazz” was filled with a lot of each, performed by a cast of professional dancers with ties to companies near and far.
“Married at First Sight” offensive to some, and yet ...
Celebrities pay tribute to Broadway veteran Elaine Stritch, who died Thursday at 89.
"Walking Dead" actress Shannon Guess Richardson gets 18-year prison sentence for sending a ricin-laced letter to President Obama.
Beyonce and Eminem lead the nominations for the MTV Video Music Awards.
CBS introduces “Good Wife” companion “Madam Secretary” and considers its late-night options; “Facts of Life” cast members reunite.
Roman Polanski is ba-a-a-ck in rare form: "Venus in Fur," a dark comedy-drama, explores the S&M sexual dynamics of acting and directing.
Former University of Pittsburgh students dance to reach “absent boundaries” in their first full-length performance at the Kelly Strayhorn.