Five of Broadway’s finest, including Karen Mason, Judy Kuhn and James Iglehart, also headline the Downtown series of Monday-night cabarets.
The versatile actor goes solo for “The Tell-Tale Heart,” one half of an Edgar Alan Poe presentation by PICT Classic Theatre.
Comedy and classical, jazz and guitar music populate the schedule for the coming week.
Nearly 1,000 people were expected to attend festivities surrounding plans now in motion to restore the historic site on Bedford Avenue.
Earlier this month, board president Ed Markoff signed the separation agreement, which will be effective July 1.
Pittsburgh Opera owns the largest David Hockney collection in Western Pennsylvania: the artist’s production of “The Rake’s Progress.”
Deer Hunter, Jewel and a Bluegrass Benefit Concert are slated for the weekend as well as ”Cirque de la Symphonie” at Heinz Hall.
A Pittsburgh Post-Gazette senior editor recounts the American premiere at the Metropolitan Opera.
“Priceless” set pieces escape harm prior to Saturday’s opening of David Hockney’s production of Stravinsky’s ”The Rake’s Progress.”
The actor, a star of the OWN TV series ”Greenleaf,” will celebrate August Wilson by performing in Pittsburgh Playwrights’ April 27 reading.
Actors Sala Udin, Reggie Howze and Lamman Rucker help celebrate the late playwright.
Vintage cars are among the sure signs of movie-making in the Hill District.
Comedy and classical and jazz music populate the schedule for the coming week.
The Next Page: An ambitious renovation of August Wilson’s boyhood home will be good for Pittsburgh and the arts
For years, the house sat as a rebuke to Pittsburgh — derelict, crumbling — the birthplace and childhood home of a great American.
Pittsburgh Public Theater presents a one-man Truman Capote play adapted from the writer’s own words.
“Grease” at the Byham, ”The Illusionists” at Heinz Hall and lots of Earth Day events cap off the weekend.
“One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” will be barebones’ largest-ever production.
The Broadway stars are coming to the Cabaret at Theater Square for a one-night show on May 23.
The REP’s “Flick” more than lingers, at three-plus hours, but offers lessons about life and art.
The play now on the South Side takes place during a hotly contested U.S. Open match and gives insight into the players’ lives and loves.
Here’s Shakespeare by the numbers and the words and local events on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of his death.
The Steeler and dance partner Karina Smirnoff zipped through a cha cha to “Son of a Preacher Man” on ”Dancing With the Stars.”
Work on the playwright’s childhood home on Bedford Avenue is set to begin May 1.
Audiences can catch the new show through the end of April at the former Forbes Auto Body & Garage in Uptown.
The Martha Graham Dance Company has launched an interactive online display of photos, videos and interviews timed for its 90th anniversary.
Comedy, art, film and classical, rock, jazz and R&B music populate the schedule for the coming week.
Jeff Hobson and six other “Illusionists” will perform magic, including sleight of hand and daring escapes.
The Russian classic about the adventures of Conrad the pirate is a stamina tester suited for dynamo dancers, and PBT’s roster delivered.
The actor discusses starring as Gaylord Ravenal in the revival of the groundbreaking musical.
The Steel City Con, organist Cameron Carpenter, Dawn of Midi and more are coming to town this weekend.
Third annual events sweeps through the North Side this weekend.
The new full-length site-specific show runs Friday through the end of April at Forbes Auto Body & Service garage in Uptown.
“Magic Outside the Box” performances are quirky, thought-provoking and filled with the unexpected.
The program includes world premieres by Sonya Tayeh of “So You Think You Can Dance” fame, Matthew Powell and the founders of MADBOOTS.
His farewell performance with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre will be as Albrecht in “Giselle,” which will open its 2016-17 season at Benedum
Ibsen’s work gets a modern makeover in the new Nova Place building on the North Side.
The latest in a popular long-running series, the Post-Gazette ShowPlane heads to Broadway, June 21-25.
Opera, jazz, desert blues and poetry populate the schedule for the coming week.
The Russian ballet of pirate adventure by Marius Petipa will close PBT’s 2015-16 season at Benedum Center.
The 67th annual Shrine Circus opens tonight at Consol Energy Center benefiting the Shriners Hospitals.
Lots of theater and music on the schedule as well as some dance and the popular South Side Church Crawl.
Scenic designer Narelle Sissons explains how she resolved the challenges of a play that takes place during the course of a tennis match.
The three-hour play at the Pittsburgh Playhouse was polarizing for critics and early audiences, despite going on to win the Pulitzer Prize.
Spectacular views and the Heinz Architectural Center help the theater company take a modernist approach to Ibsen’s ”The Master Builder.”
Broadway co-stars Mykelti Williamson and Russell Hornsby will join Denzel Washington in Pittsburgh, according to Deadline.com.
The composer invites artists to deny rights to their properties in protest, echoing similar stands against apartheid in the 1970s.
A cartoonist and jazz, classical and dance concerts populate the schedule for the coming week.
Choreographer Beth Corning and drag artist Jezebel Bebbington D’Opulence star in “Right of Way,” the new show at the New Hazlett Theater.
Lots of music, including a concert band weekend, Cherish the Ladies and Christian hip-hop artist Andy Mineo are scheduled to perform.
When the New York-based group performs here this weekend, it will be the first time the Dance Council has featured a tap act in a decade.