The Pittsburgh tango quartet Cuarteto Bravo, a conversation about August Wilson and comedian Harland Williams are on tap this week.
Known for his work with Director Spike Lee, the Hill District native died in Pittsburgh this morning.
Speakers at “There From Here: Stories of Bridges and the In Between” Friday include Rick Sebak and Vanessa German.
A Bricolage/ScareHouse co-production makes for a lavish brain-teaser; the drag queen extravaganza in Oakland is an entertaining eyeful.
Admission will be free Sunday to the Children’s Museum, the Sen. John Heinz History Center and two Carnegie museums during RADical days.
The season-opening comedy pushes the envelope for the actor playing a mild-mannered Texan and Tyrone, his demonic alter ego.
The national tour of the Tony Award-winning best musical has a return engagement at the Benedum Center through Sunday.
Evan Ruggiero, who was the Pied Piper in Pittsburgh CLO’s “Shrek,” stars with Point Park’s Kate Sexton in a rock musical with a comic edge.
Sexual assault the subject of Outside the Wire theatrical event, town hall at the University of Pittsburgh on Wednesday
The singer from Cranberry has gone from boy soprano to a career in musical theater.
In Pittsburgh and throughout the U.S., standing ovations have become the standard reaction to live performing arts events.
Sun Ra Arkestra jazz, Ada Limon poetry and classical, hip-hop and rock music from the duo Black Violin are on tap this week.
The 14,000-square-foot facility has spacious studios, locker rooms, a cross-training space and an expanded Pilates and Gyrotonic studio.
Costumes by Tony Award-winning designer Paul Tazewell will be on display in Pittsburgh only through Nov. 30.
From comedian Kathleen Madigan to heavy-metal Mariachi band Metalachi, there’s plenty to do around Pittsburgh this weekend.
The changing of the season brings fresh concerts, plays, dances, film festivals and other events to the area.
City Theatre, Pittsburgh Public Theater and CLO Cabaret are among companies making their fall 2016 debuts this month.
Here's a handful of highlights that will keep dance enthusiasts occupied through the end of the year.
The North Side venue’s benefit birthday bash is Friday. Next month, it marks the fourth season of the Community Supported Art series.
The “Pippin” and “Roots” star has added advocate for arts education to his list of accomplishments.
Playbill.com list has CMU at No. 5 and Point Park at No. 8. NYU, Cincinnati Conservatory, Juilliard and Michigan are 1 through 4.
Certified public accountant Rebecca McNeil has shown her clients the life-changing magic of tidying up budgets.
A collaboration between Bricolage Productions and ScareHouse has created a theatrical escape room in a former nightclub.
Yo La Tengo performs at Carnegie Music Hall, 4400 Forbes Ave., Oakland, at 8 p.m. Wednesday as part of The Wahol’s Sound Series.
‘Molly’s Hammer” follows the Rushes of Dormont, Molly and Bill, from her arrest for battering a nuclear warhead through her first trial.
The 39-year-old Lincoln-Larimer native will join the department of world arts and cultures/dance.
In her latest Glue Factory Project, Beth Corning explores life and the ultimate endgame with an encore of her 2013 one-woman show.
Highlights for this weekend include the Pittsburgh Irish Festival, Britsburgh and LIGHTIME.
The fierce competitive world of drag contests comes alive, with director-choreographer Tome Cousin leading the team at Pittsburgh Playhouse.
Stage preview: Reading of Pittsburgh playwright's 'Molly's Hammer' benefits the Thomas Merton Center
Tammy Ryan’s play about Molly Rush and the Plowshares 8 protest had a full production in St. Louis this year.
The Union Project has welcomed PICT, which has repurposed the community center’s main hall as an intimate theater space.
Choreographer/performer Beth Corning will revive her one-woman show about loss and coping this week at the New Hazlett Theater on the North
Vizio appears to be the only brand that is eliminating tuners from some of its televisions.
Comedian Michael Blackson, an “Edward Eberle Retrospective” and the Re:NEW Festival are on tap this week.
A holiday weekend full of festivals, fairs and food.
Point Park grad Mason Alexander Park left Hollywood behind to remake himself as a musical theater star in Pittsburgh and beyond.
The company returns with a new venue in Highland Park, a focus on education and an opener about a woman on a life-changing adventure.
The Village Theater Company building will house two screening rooms and a small performance space when it opens in 2017.
The Front Porch Theatricals production at the New Hazlett Theater mines the beauty and spirit of the work about a cave rescue in 1925.
Hollywood’s Second City comedy club is trying to diversify the ranks of comedy performers.
Five storytellers recount their experiences of living between worlds during The Moth Mainstage at the Byham Theater.
Guitar virtuoso Gary Clark Jr., jazz bassist Dwayne Dolphin and Shakespeare’s “Comedy of Errors” are on tap this week.
Lots of fairs and festivals, including the Shadyside Art Festival and the Rensaissance Festival are on the schedule for the weekend.
Danny McHugh and Nathan Salstone portray brothers Floyd and Homer for Front Porch Theatricals, in a show based on a real-life tragedy.
New procedures will be enforced at the Benedum Center, Byham Theater, Cabaret at Theater Square and August Wilson Center.
The Pittsburgh Comedy Festival, jazz percussionist George Jones and comedian Pauly Shore are on tap this week.
Also, “Seven Guitars” extends its run with two matinees at the August Wilson House.
The annual showcase of original one-act plays features works from Pittsburgh to Australia.
Lots of fairs, including the Pittsburgh Renaissance Festival and loads of other activites scheduled for the coming weekend.
Spouses Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally mix music and comedy with R-rated details of their union for the show at the Benedum Sunday.