Two Tony nominees find their way to Pittsburgh despite storm warnings and grace the series at the Cabaret at Theater Square.
The new show by Ruben Graciani and Kiesha Lalama is a Rubik’s Cube of ideas, full of twists and layers that add up for a stunning impact.
The Broadway stars are paired in concert for the first time at the Cabaret at Theater Square.
The title character will be flying high with the greatest of ease and his sense of bravado, along with a strong cast of female characters.
Stellar supporting characters give a lift to the Pittsburgh Public Theater production of Frank Loesser’s classic musical.
Managing director of the North Strabane company resigns nearly a month after artistic director’s dismissal.
The trio from Carnegie Mellon is among 10 prize winners for the Young Designers & Technicians Awards in the Performing Arts.
A Bob Marley Birthday Party, comedian Tom Arnold performs, and Northside Mardi Gras Week slated to begin this weekend.
Randy Harrison gives a powerful performance as the charming/menacing emcee in the venerable musical now at the Benedum Center.
The original evening-length work by Ruben Graciani and Kiesha Lalama opens Friday at the Pittsburgh Playhouse for a two-weekend run.
Having its world premiere in Pittsburgh, Keith Reddin’s “Some Brighter Distance” tells the tale of German rocket scientist Arthur Rudolph.
The production of the Broadway musical comedy has been revamped specifically for CLO Cabaret.
The Quantum Theatre production of “Ciara” in Lawrenceville features scenic design by Robert Qualters and Joe Seamans.
Randy Harrison stars as the emcee in the national tour coming to the Benedum Center Tuesday.
Pianist Nathan Carterette will tackle Bach’s “The Goldberg Variations,” a Bob Marley Birthday Party, George Jones’ New View Trio and more.
Linda Haston of the Hill District is performing in “Mother Lode,” a play that tells the story of her relationship with her mother.
For nearly a year after a devastating accident, the comedian was in rehab to regain his ability to walk and talk.
Charlie Brady and Kimberly Doreen Burns play the leads of the musical based on Damon Runyon’s characters with songs by Frank Loesse.
Lots of musical events are slated, as well as a SnowFest and a celebration of the life and legacy of Myron Cope.
The one-woman show at Javo Studios in Lawrenceville includes scenic design by artists Robert Qualters and Joe Seamans.
The Dance Council presents this revisionist fairy tale, rich with political territory and references to homosexuality, AIDS and apartheid.
February celebrates African-American history with features that include a film exhibition and a play about Emmett Till.
Some performances you won’t want to miss in 2016 by some of the companies and people that are elevating the city’s dance scene.
Carnegie Mellon grad and Penn Hills native Matthew Stocke will star in “Some Brighter Distance” at City Theatre.
The world premiere by Keith Reddin considers the Faustian bargain made by a German scientist and U.S. officials.
Daniel Dae Kim, who plays a detective on the TV series "Hawaii Five-0," takes over in May as the King of Siam in "The King and I."
Lots of art activities, comedian Paula Poundstone, opera, automobile and kiddie events round out the schedule this weekend.
Tony nominee Rob McClure will replace Santino Fontana for the upcoming sold-out series.
Mohammed Fairouz’s opera about Benazir Bhutto, former prime minister of Pakistan assassinated in 2007, will premiere in Pittsburgh in 2018.
The veteran actor had a very good year portraying two very bad men in PICT’s “Oliver Twist” and “Sharon’s Grave.”
2016 marks the 32nd year of the Post-Gazette honoring the outstanding work of a local theater actor.
The roughly two-hour program featured a mix of new and revived works by Maria Caruso not seen before at a mainstage performance.
Little Lake’s Sunny Fitchett, whose father, Will Disney, founded Little Lake in 1949, returns as one of four associate directors.
This weekend look for The Segah Festival, PSO and Wild Child, comic Mike Epps, A Winterfest at Moraine and a new Phipps show.
The director-producer-actor will guide the film production of August Wilson’s award-winning play, set in the Hill District.
Maria Caruso takes a step back while her dance company steps up in ’Unseen’ on Friday and Saturday at the Byham Theater, Downtown.
A record-breaking 2015 at the movies and for live theater in NYC has ties to Disney productions.
Theatreworks USA's "Junie B.'s Essential Survival Guide to School" opens at 2 p.m. today at the Byham Theater, Downtown.
At nearly 80-years-old, the Denis Theatre in Mt. Lebanon is nearing a modern-day face-lift, thanks to a donor challenge that ended well.
Large and small, bold and diverse, there are plenty of performances to whet the appetite of theater fans in 2016.
The adaptation of the MGM movie and L. Frank Baum novel delivers grit and glitz while paying homage to the originals.
“The Wizard of Oz” a Twelfth Night Gala, Elmo and free flying birds all figure into the entertainment scheduled for the coming weekend.
His announcement comes less than a week after trustees voted to demolish a historic, open-air ampitheater — a project he supported.
The stage adaptation of the MGM movie coming to Heinz Hall gives songs to the Wicked Witch and the Wizard.
The New York convention for theater fans attracts the casts of “Hamilton,” “Fun Home” and other stars of Broadway.
Meet Melanie Harrington, Darrell Kinsel, Bethany Zozula, Yoshiaki Nakano, Chris Brunetti, Judith Hansen O’Toole, Eric Crosby and more ...
Sherlock Holmes, the “Wizard of Oz” and “Altar Boyz” take the stage and screen in the coming week.
Dancing at one of the Kid City Dance Parties at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh is one fun way for the whole family to get exercise.
A $41.5 million replica of the 1893 “Amp” will be built in its place.
Lots of festivities on tap for New Year’s celebrations.