Shirley Ratner of Greensburg is performing in “A Life’s Work” through Sunday at the Latrobe Art Center.
The acclaimed Conor McPherson play “The Night Alive” launches Tracy Brigden’s 15th season leading the South Side theater.
New Horizon Theater presents the Penn State Centre Stage commission at Falk School in Oakland.
Classical guitarist Pablo Villegas, country singer Kip Moore and soul singer Marsha Ambrosius all hit town this weekend.
The Avengers assemble to take on arch villain Loki in the arena-sized “Marvel Universe Live!”
The CLO Cabaret production forms newcomers and veterans into a charismatic boy band in the award-winning musical.
Executive director Janera Solomon aims to produce a win-win situation for artists and audiences with a diverse KST Presents series.
The Dance Council performance on Friday will mark the first time the Philadelphia-based dance company has toured here in several years.
With the Broadway revival of “Chicago” heading out on tour, “Chaperone” is the conservatory theater’s choice as its March show.
With “Samyoga: An Ode to Love,” the troupe officially opened the Cultural Trust’s six-week festival on Saturday at the Byham Theater.
“Off The Record XV: ’Burgh Man!” dishes up fun at the expense of the Pittsburgh region’s newsmakers.
Chamber Music Pittsburgh opens season with Emerson String Quartet, FUSE@PSO features Coldplay, “The Forgotten History of Pittsburgh Jazz.”
The award-winning “The Diary of Anne Frank” receives a raw and radiant revival by the Downtown theater company.
Loyalty and identity are among the topics tackled in the coming-of-age story set at an all-black prep school in the drama “Choir Boy.”
This weekend “Samyoga: An Ode to Love” comes to the Byham Theater to open Pittsburgh Dance Council’s 2015-16 season.
One-act plays by six middle school and high school writers will be presented as professional productions.
Tony DeSare, Arlo Guthrie, Yellowjackets and pianist Elena Uulyanova are in town. An Italian Festival and farm tour are also scheduled.
The $5.5 million black box Genesius Theater opens Thursday with “Death of a Salesman.”
Five full-time staffers have lost their jobs, but the play and PICT Classic Theatre will go on.
After canceling two shows due to a funding shortfall, the December production of "Oliver Twist" will go on despite staffing casualties.
Company founder and artistic director Mark Clayton Southers continues his comeback with an opening-night appearance.
Texture Contemporary Ballet displayed passion honed to an effortless confidence.
Hosting this year’s Moth storytelling hour in Pittsburgh is Adam Gopnik, an author, essayist and staff writer for The New Yorker magazine.
A visit to the Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, Ontario, finds the works of The Bard hold up the best.
The Shaw Festival offers a little something for everyone from “The Divine: A Play for Sarah Bernhardt” to “Pygmalion.”
Music in the Great Space series, RADical Days and Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks are all on the agenda for the coming week.
Artists, community leaders and friends of the center answered the call to pose for portraits featured on its exterior.
A revived work and two new pieces will make up “Timescape,” to be staged at the New Hazlett Theater tonight through Sunday.
Irwin council President Peggie Watson objected to continuing work on the theater renovation, but the majority of council members disagreed.
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Over his lifetime, Dennis “Chip” Kerr has performed in nearly 70 shows at a number of theaters.
A sold-out performance by the 10-time Tony Award-winner, which was to open the Trust Cabaret season Oct. 5, has been rescheduled for May 2.
The long-running tour delivers the finely crafted pop tunes of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons to the Benedum Center stage.
“Spring Awakening’s” Remy Zaken stars in the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning play about the teen who became a symbol of lives lost during WWII.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s showcase of arts from the Republic of India opens with a Gallery Crawl Friday in the Cultural District.
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater Company goes for laughs with the 1921 play by a pair of locals: George S. Kaufman and Marc Connelly.
“Jersey Boys,” Swedish metal band Ghost, Toby Keith and Patty Griffin all roll into town this weekend.
There’s no apparent pattern to the second and final pair of New Works Festival programs, running through the weekend. Variety is its spice.
The five actors who play members of the musical’s title boy band answer questions about themselves and their characters.
The Broadway composer, whose works include “Ragtime,” will be inducted on Nov. 16 with longtime lyricist Lynn Ahrens.
Quantum Theatre’s version of Shakespeare's 'The Winter’s Tale' delightfully makes something old something new
The opera-dance production, performed in the theater in Downtown’s Union Trust Building, embellishes the Bard’s classic story.
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The Pittsburgh playwright’s 10-play “Pittsburgh Cycle” (or “Century Cycle”) documents the African-American experience in the 20th century.
“The Winter’s Tale,” a collaboration between Quantum Theatre, Chatham Baroque and Attack Theatre, recalls the pasticcio tradition.
“Flashdance the Musical” plays Heinz Hall for only one performance on Oct. 25.
It’s the season for free admissions to local attractions such as the Pittsburgh Zoo, Carnegie Museum and Phipps Conservatory.
“The Winter’s Tale” is reimagined in collaboration with Chatham Baroque and Attack Theatre at the Union Trust Building’s rotunda theater.
In “The Play” at Heinz Hall, the running back during the 1970s Super Bowl runs delivers his own life story from the perspective of 40 years.
The Choir of Trinity College Cambridge, opera singer Amanda Van Story Lewis, and comedian Mo’Nique on the schedule for the coming week.
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The theater company hopes a flurry of fundraising will solve its cash-flow problem.