Lots of music, a gaming festival, comedy and even a Regatta on tap for the coming weekend.
Holiday entertainment and discounts to Cultural District events will be featured at the Market Square Farmers Market Thursday.
Poet Terrance Hayes at Writers LIVE @ CLP , “memory keep(h)er” at the Alloy Studios, Artist P. Nosa at the Mattress Factory ...
The ’80s make a big comeback in Pittsburgh CLO’s fast-paced production about the power of love.
The Westmoreland Cultural Trust has raised $5.8 million in contributions from private individuals, foundations, businesses and government.
A Tony-nominated score by Matthew Sklar and Chad Beguelin references the '80s decade, but "The Wedding Singer" is wholly original.
Horror Realm & Pop Expo, Rib & Wing at Seven Springs, and two PSO events: Diana Krall on Thursday and a “Night of Symphonic Rock” Saturday.
St. Vincent Summer Theatre stages Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods.”
The Gene Kelly award winner joins the first revival cast of “Miss Saigon,” which originally opened in London in 1989.
Keane’s “Sharon’s Grave” may stretch an American audience, but it gives us a reason to appreciate the Pittsburgh Irish Classic Theatre.
“Sweet Charity,” “You Never Can Tell” and “Peter and the Starcatcher” have their ups, downs and magic moments at the Canadian festival.
The Post-Gazette's annual Critic's Choice theater tour to the Shaw Festival heads by motor coach, Sept. 9-12, to Niagara-on-the-Lake.
Pittsburgh New Music Ensemble celebrates slam poet William Langford, Diana Krall performs with PSO, “CMOA Collects Edward Hopper” and more
Texture Contemporary Ballet launched its fifth season with the program “Strength & Grace” at the New Hazlett Theater.
The musical will have six performances — July 23 through July 25 and July 30-Aug. 1 in the Quaker Valley High School auditorium, Sewickley.
Alan Obuzor and Kelsey Bartman’s dance company will open its season with a four-day run of “Strength & Grace” at the New Hazlett Theater.
The PICT Classic Theatre presentation of John Keane’s work explores familiar Irish themes related to the land and love.
The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix takes over Schenley Park this weekend, climaxing more than a week of events with a big race.
Pearlarts Studios to help artists develop works and get feedback in new professional development series.
The Kinetic Theatre production plays matchmaker for the fine pairing of David Whalen as Holmes and Simon Bradbury as Watson.
Since it opened its doors on the South Side, this studio has been booming with classes and workshops that attract dancers from near and far.
The 104th Annual Exhibition of the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh continues through next Sunday.
“Gypsy” can’t sell its story without a convincing Mama Rose, and here, Kim Zimmer fits the bill.
“Annie” is the third musical Mars Area students and alumni have produced to benefit Make-A-Wish. But this production brings new challenges.
Here she is, boys! Here she is, world! Former soap opera co-stars are back together for CLO’s “Gypsy.”
Fairs, BBQ’s and Smokey Robinson, are all on the agenda this weekend.
City of Asylum’s “Stoop Is a Verb” celebrates urban neighborhood life on the North Side.
David Whalen returns to the role of the great detective and Simon Bradbury is a first-time Dr. Watson in a satire about their relationship.
Mark Clayton Southers is slated to direct Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre’s production of “The Piano Lesson” at the August Wilson Center.
Artist talks, Smokey Robinson, soprano Charlene Canty and pianist Larry Allen and comedian Doug Benson are on the schedule.
Sisterly bonds are sorely tested in the No Name Players production of Scott T. Barsotti’s horror fantasy “Brewed.”
The grant from the Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission will help to preserve the playwright’s childhood home at 1727 Bedford Ave.
Topics range from the basics of drafting and design to lighting and sound effects.
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