Choreographer Beth Corning has teamed with award-winning artist Donald Byrd to explore the interplay between truth and perception.
“Game of Thrones” parody “Graeme of Thrones,” Celtic Woman and comedian Donnell Rawlings are on tap this week.
The new endeavor by The Ellipses Condition puts the interplay between dance, music, chalk art, poetry and science under a microscope.
The Broadway-bound blockbuster sequel to J.K. Rowling’s “Harry Potter” books and films focuses on parent-child relationships.
Pittsburgh Symphony performances, Alabama indie-rocker Waxahatchee, Cold War Kids and Chuck Prophet are on the list of weekend performances.
Kathy Griffin to bring stories of her celebrity run-ins, and more, to PIttsburgh show
Alan Stanford co-wrote a version for Dubliners 20 years ago, but for PICT, the company’s leader and director decided to start from scratch.
The project will unite dance, music, poetry, art and science, with contributions from Carnegie Mellon University’s physics department.
Jessica Dickey's thought-provoking play about art and humanity is magical.
Danielle Bowen and Allan Snyder give endearing performances in the new musical based on the 1912 novel.
PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh announces local premieres for 2017-18 and something to look forward to: the “Hamilton” tour headed our way.
The lineup featured new works by several company members.
Graphic novelist Gene Luen Yang, the Shaolin Warriors and a Somerset Mural Tour are on tap this week.
The two companies kicked off their partnership with a star-studded gala. Performances run through next weekend.
A piece of Pittsburgh’s restaurant history will soon join a piece of theater history in Westmoreland County.
The stage and TV star headlines “Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating & Marriage,” opening at the Cabaret at Theater Square May 11.
Military spending would get the biggest boost in President Donald Trump's proposed budget.
The Home Show continues, Kid Koala hits town, Celtic troubadour Keith Harkin performs, and the annual orchid show springs to life.
Audiences will get to see some of Texture’s resident dancers flex their choreographic muscles at the New Hazlett Theater this weekend.
The musical about an unlucky-in-love woman with boundless optimism is at the Pittsburgh Playhouse March 17-26.
Bricolage announces partnership with Carnegie Museums for large-scale immersive; CLO Cabaret’s “Pump Boys” extends to April 30.
The Tony Award-winning soprano focuses on a famous family of Broadway composers in creating an American Songbook concert.
DrumLine Live!, Kid Koala and Riverdance — the 20th Anniversary World Tour are on tap this week.
For the first time, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre is partnering with another professional company for a mainstage production.
Brit Floyd hits town, take in a film at the Wild & Scenic Film Festival or attend a Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra concert.
When he leaves on Aug. 31, 2018, the producing artistic director will have been the company’s leader for 18 years.
The producing artistic director will have headed the company at the O’Reilly Theater for 18 years when he leaves in 2018.
Jessica Dickey’s trippy new play opens on the South Side Saturday and runs through April 2.
In 24 hours, Friday to Saturday, B.U.S. writers head out on city buses and the race is on for the presentation at the August Wilson Center.
“Every African-American performer who has grown up since the ‘80s has had a yearning to be in this show,” says cast member Jason Shavers.
Before coming to Pittsburgh, more than 150,000 viewers watched the off-Broadway show in 2015, when it was live-streamed for free.
Headed to the national competition in New York Michael Washington of Pittsburgh CAPA and Laela Lumsden of Hope Academy.
The dancer/choreographer of “So You Think You Can Dance” stardom says his latest production will be deeper and darker.
First- and second-place winners in Monday’s final at the August Wilson Center are eligible for the national competition in New York City.
Adam Savage of “MythBusters” fame and YouTube personality Michael Stevens share their knowledge in new “Brain Candy Live!” stage show.
Musician Kenny Blake, Irish singer Emmet Cahill and comedian Earthquake perform in the area this week.
Richard Blair presented the company with a plaque at the New Hazlett Saturday, as Prime Stage kicked off its 20th season.
“Big Love,” based on an ancient Greek play by Aeschylus, continues at Point Park March 9-12.
The Druid Theatre Company of Galway directed again as it was in 1996 by Druid artistic director Garry Hynes.
Kaitlin Mausser’s dance classes at #NextLevel Studios, a summer program in Bellevue, attract students of all levels and ages.
Guitarist Joe Bonamassa, a salute to Prince and music by Mark Milovats are all scheduled for this weekend.
The company had planned the play, based on the George Orwell novel, long before the book’s resurgence and upcoming Broadway debut.
George Orwell's son, Richard Blair, will appear at the Cranberry Barnes & Noble and New Hazlett Theater this weekend.
Keep 'em in stitches: Costumes are tailored to a 'T' for 'Twelfth Night' for Pittsburgh Public Theater
Actors say the craftsmanship of clothing at the Public Public Theater is “always part of the draw."
The fourth studio album from the Pittsburgh native, a Tony and Grammy winner for “Kinky Boots,” is due next month.
The performance Saturday at Byham Theater will be the first time the Pittsburgh Dance Council will feature a group from South Korea.
A new play by Arlene Weiner has its world premiere at PPTCO this week, while the 79th season of Gilbert & Sullivan shows comes to Carnegie.
2017-18 includes recent Broadway play “Heisenberg” and old and new classics such as “Hamlet,” “Equus” and a funny, sexy Sondheim musical.