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Next season’s lineup is packed with cultural diversity, a nod to Andy Warhol and the first tap act the Dance Council’s featured in a decade.
Musician Madeleine Peyroux, the PSO presents “Celebrate Wilkinsburg,” Friends of the August Wilson Center present “August Wilson’s Women”...
Humana Festival of New American Plays explores Midwestern housewives gone wild, coping with aging parents and gay subplots galore.
Sunny Disney Fitchett and husband Rob Fitchett are leaving; Roxy MtJoy and Bob Rak will take their place.
In his new role, Greggory Brandt hopes to make the summer theater known outside of the area and attract more families and young people.
The expansion is expected to generate a 40 percent increase in enrollment in the next three-plus years.
Pontus Lidberg Dance makes its Pittsburgh debut on Saturday.
Andrew Paul returns with a new adaptation of an August Strindberg
The Public’s Iago is the original Ren in Broadway’s “Footloose” and a veteran of “Jersey Boys” and “Rent.”
Pittsburgh CLO executive producer Van Kaplan is a lead producer on the new musical, which also features several local actors.
The new Broadway musical of a beloved movie with Pittsburgh roots melds ballet and musical theater with innovative staging.
The benefits of the CLO’s Broadway affiliations: “The more we are connected to the industry, the more opportunities that are given to us.”
“All the Names” is classic Quantum — unconventional place, staging and script, plus a bemused audience.
The Festival features international theater and hand-on art installations.
The star-studded red carpet at the Palace Theatre on April 12 included celebrities from all realms of entertainment.
The wide range includes four plays, including the ready-for-Broadway “Shakespeare in Love,” and the Kinks musical “Sunny Afternoon.”
The drama-packed piece set in ancient India features 100-plus roles, making it among the largest ballets PBT has staged to date.
Members give voice to classic literature, plays and even radio shows, sitting around a table, reading the lines.
Quantum Theatre’s Karla Boos gathers a team including the Mattress Factory’s Barbara Luderowski to create a one-of-a-kind experience.
Director Steve Fatla chooses to not have Lincoln shot during “Our American Cousin.”
Theater galore, “WordPlay” at Bricolage, comic Suzanne Westenhoefer, banjo duo Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn, Slow Art Day and more ...
Accomplished dancers and set design elevate the stage adaption of the 1987 movie.
Through dance, music and visual art, Pillow Project hopes to lead a discussion about time and what gives it value over the course of 16
Eleanor Bergstein, a former dirty dancer herself, says her popular 1987 movie “was always meant to be live theater.”
London theater stages sparkle with productions of “Beautiful Forevers” and “Man and Superman.”
Pianist Leslie Amper, jazz composer and cornetist Rob Mazurek, Slow Art Day at the Carnegie, Geri Allen & the Timeline Tap Quartet ...
Spring awash in pastels; a trio of award-winning movies out on DVD; teasers for “Halo 5” and “Spectre”; Swing Pittsburgh in the groove.
The Shrine Circus returns to Pittsburgh with a human cannonball and elephants in tow.
“Jesus Christ Superstar” at Stage Right; Earl Sweatshirt at Mr. Smalls and Pure Prairie League plays Jergel’s Rhythm Grille.
The talented touring company rides a wave of enduring appeal into Heinz Hall.
A daughter’s religious awakening triggers family crises in Carly Mensch’s funny, polished script.
The Rep explores the exile of the rich while Pittsburgh Playwrights presents the last years of blues singer Dinah Washington.
The Argentinian-French tango company brought its show “Nuit Blanche” here as part of the Pittsburgh Dance Council’s 2014-15 season.
“Beauty and the Beast” comes to Heinz Hall on its national tour with a Pittsburgh native in tow.
Arsenal Duo performs Cesar Franck; architect Lorcan O’Herlihy lectures; Hillman Photography Initiative curator Tina Kukielski speaks ...
Get ready for the weekend with these things to check out.
This weekend’s “at Once There was a House” at the New Hazlett marks the fifth anniversary season of Corningworks.
Pittsburgh Playwrights’ “Dinah” is singing the blues through Easter.
The mixed repertoire program will include collaborations with Pittsburgh CAPA students at Reflections Theater Co-op of New York City.
Seven-member French-Argentinian ensemble Union Tanguera performs at the Byham Theater on Saturday night.
Anthony McKay's play about sisters fallen on hard times has its world premiere at Point Park's The Rep.
PSO horns take center stage at the Pittsburgh Symphony, Barry Manilow hits town for maybe the last time and the Bunny Trolley begins to run.
What ever happened to Dick and Jane and Spot and Puff? “At Once there was a House” by the Glue Factory Project tries to answer.
Three CAPA students shine in seventh annual August Wilson Monologue Competition.
There was a perceptible shift in programming from Point Park’s Conservatory of Dance Company at its annual program at the Byham Theater.
The mixed repertory program of old and new works was arguably one of the company’s strongest, most sophisticated shows to date.
Organist Barbara Bruns, writer Dennis Lehane, performance artist Cynthia Hopkins, Duquesne University’s Symphony Orchestra and more ...
Besides staging “Beauty and the Beast” in Greensburg, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre has taken the dance to community libraries and schools.
Bids for construction work on the theater came in too high, prompting the borough to call for more volunteers.