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The musical comedy based on the movie “Monty Python and the Holy Grail” delivers on all cylinders.
“Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular” will showcase life-size dinosaurs in an informative setting at Consol Energy Center.
The comedian/actor brings his stand-up tour to Heinz Hall on Oct. 25; British singer-songwriter Gray performs on Oct. 10.
Pearlann Porter reveals the first part of her plan for a sendoff of a grand piano Saturday night in the debut of “A One Night Stand on
Stephen Hadala was much more than just a face in the crowd in 16 years as a member of Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre‘s corps de ballet.
The dancers who departed are following different career paths, but three will find their way back to Pittsburgh.
Baritone Daniel Teadt performs “Songs of Needful Love,” Cultured Steel Hip-Hop Festival, Part two of Pittsburgh Biennial 2014 opens ...
You’ll laugh out loud at the improvisational nature of “Monty Python’s Spamalot” at the Benedum.
No Name Players production focuses on a sketch of the plot.
Comedy's most likable jerk comes to Heinz Hall on Saturday.
In any language, the new musical “An American in Paris” crafts a message of love and hope through dance.
David Mamet's "Romance" at Kinetic Theatre is the perfect light offering for the summer heat.
Glyndebourne Festival‘s staging of “Ariadne auf Naxos” moves Greek opera to 1940s England -- and it works.
Dancers are encouraged to find “unity in diversity” at the first East Coast franchise of the legendary Millennium Dance Complex.
After an 18-year run, Andrew Lloyd Webber‘s musical take on T.S. Eliot’s “Old Possum‘s Book of Practical Cats” is very much alive and
Changing etiquette practices at theater, classical music and ballet performances reflect a more casual culture.
Lily Emilia Smith plays Jellylorum and Griddlebone in Pittsburgh CLO‘s “Cats,” then starts touring in September with "Annie."
On Wednesday, the Milk Carton Kids perform at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater while Boyz II Men joins the PSO at Heinz Hall.
“Life, Love, & Jazz” was filled with a lot of each, performed by a cast of professional dancers with ties to companies near and far.
Former University of Pittsburgh students dance to reach “absent boundaries” in their first full-length performance at the Kelly Strayhorn.
“An American in Paris,” co-produced by Pittsburgh CLO, will begin previews March 13 at Broadway‘s Palace Theatre and open April 12.
The Pittsburgh CLO breathes new life into the iconic Broadway musical "Cats" this month, starring Elizabeth Stanley as Grizabella.
The Opera Theater of Pittsburgh production of Strauss' "Ariadne on Naxos" opens Friday as part of SummerFest.
The latest performance by Texture Contemporary Ballet will feature three premieres.
Outstanding lead performances lift PICT Classic Theatre’s production of Marina Carr drama.
Barbara Luderowski, head the Mattress Factory, and Alexis Gideon, a young video artist and composer, have earned $35,000 grants.
Those three are just a taste of this year’s 12-play festival.
Opera Theater of Pittsburgh’s Summerfest continues with productions of “Ariadne on Naxos,” “The Fantasticks” and “The Merry Widow.”
Actor and University of Pittsburgh alumnus Richard E. Rauh pledged $75,000 as the first donor to a new matching funds scholarship campaign.
Vintage cars hit town, Opera Theater‘s Summerfest opens and the Cultural District hosts a Gallery Crawl.
The national tour of “Evita” plays down the revolution and heats up the passion while recounting the life of Eva Peron.
The idea for “Cactus” is based on Shakespeare‘s “Romeo and Juliet,” but the raft of ideas put forth fails to congeal into lively drama.
The award-winning Irish playwright will visit Pittsburgh for a busy week of activities surrounding the production.
For the 34th year, Post-Gazette senior drama critic Christopher Rawson will lead a tour to the Shaw Festival.
“Evita‘s” Che and title character, Josh Young and Caroline Bowman, are bringing new dimensions to the award-winning musical in Pittsburgh.
Musical events from a free PSO concert to Maxwell at Heinz Hall are among the activities on tap this week.
Four recent plays at the Shaw Festival in Niagara-On-The-Lake range from the fun and familiar to the strange.
The next PG trip to Canada‘s Shaw Festival this fall includes review of five plays and an optional extra.
Theater workers voted for a one-day strike at the prestigious Avignon Arts Festival in France in a dispute over unemployment benefits.
The farce at Saint Vincent Summer Theatre opens doors to one man’s sexual pursuits and how he is observed by his awestruck friend.