The complex will feature a 550-seat main theater, a 200-seat adaptive theater, a 100-seat black box theater and supporting facilities.
The 25th annual production of “A Musical Christmas Carol” at the Byham Theater will include design and effects surprises.
Gwar performs, Pittsburgh Pet Expo welcomes visitors and ‘Giselle’ opens PBT’s season.
The walking dead are returning to Pittsburgh, and you can be among them.
At 14, the dancing sidekick of pop star Sia and judge on “So You Think You Can Dance” is among the youngest teens to make the list of 30.
Cirque Mechanics and comedians Nemr Abou Nassar and Bill Bellamy are on tap this week.
For his final show, he will dance the role of Albrecht opposite of his wife, fellow principal Alexandra Kochis, who will star as Giselle.
Her namesake collection features 30 fit-for-fall pieces for teen and tween girls. Find it at Nordstrom and online at MaddieStyle.com.
In honor of artistic director Terrence Orr’s 20th season, PBT will debut its own adaptation, complete with new scenic and costume designs.
The two-day stay will include work on two projects with the City team, and include a free reading Nov. 1.
The 1945-set show swing-dance musical co-starring Laura Osnes will land at a Shubert theater in spring 2017.
Lots of spooky fun on the calendar for the weekend before Halloween.
Dance company visits the August Wilson Center for African American Culture this weekend with “Analogy/Dora: Tramontane.”
The stage and screen actress Sharon Washington is writer and star of the world premiere of “Feeding the Dragon,” her one-woman show.
Performer and educator Jennifer Lybarger directs the annual Conservatory and CAPA Orchestra collaboration at the Byham Theater.
Soaring vocals and imaginative staging lift the musical about the man who created Peter Pan. The tour is at the Benedum through Sunday.
The award-winning performer put his soulful spin on American standards in two sold-out performances at the Cabaret at Theater Square.
Author Amy Bloom, guitarist Jordan Dodson and comedians Chris D’Elia and Clayton English are on tap this week.
The Tony-winning Pittsburgh native has been working on a recording, a play and his love life as he prepares for a homecoming Monday night.
For his first musical and Broadway debut, British playwright explored Peter Pan’s origin story.
There’s nothing “sappy” about Alan Cumming’s heartfelt Pittsburgh performance.
Disney for the kiddies, and Rocky Horror for the 21+ crowd, along with musician Sturgill Simpson and Patrizio Buanne, peform this weekend.
The play about a woman recovering from being hit by a car and her encounters with the driver is at Carnegie Stage through Oct. 29.
The author will discuss his visual memoir at 1 p.m. in Oakland then head Downtown for a concert at the Byham Theater at night on Oct. 14.
The play at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater tells the story of the all-black Harlem Renaissance basketball team of the 1920s and ‘30s.
Quantum Theatre pulls up to a perfect setting beside the Allegheny River in Aspinwall for the production, through Oct. 30.
Actor Andrew William Smith talks about what it’s like to “field dress” a fish onstage.
The world’s longest-running musical sparks a lovingly crafted production by Pittsburgh Public Theater at the O’Reilly Theater.
“Whiskey and Words,” theater artist and dancer Takao Kawaguchi and stage, film and TV star Alan Cumming are on tap this week.
She has spent 20 years with the often brash Abby Lee Miller, who helped her transform from a student into a teacher and choreographer.
Theater abounds, as well as performers Chase Bryant, Ben Folds, Esperanza Spaulding and Swedish sensation Zara Larrson.
The Verdi trend of openers continues with “La traviata” at the Benedum Center on Saturday.
A creepy father-daughter, cat-and-mouse game is played in The Rep’s “I’m Gonna Pray for You So Hard.”
A river runs alongside and through the Quantum’s drama about nature and human nature at Aspinwall Riverfront Park.
A demonic puppet skewers religion in City Theatre’s “Hand to God.”
Attack Theatre once again translates a piece of art into music, dance and conversation between artists and onlookers.
The madcap musical based on the 1986 cult film combines horror and hilarity through Dec. 18 at the Cabaret at Theater Square.
The solo shows “Poe’s Last Night” and “Diary of a Madman” starring Jon Hayden make up a double bill at the New Hazlett Theater.
Some passersby stop to photograph or watch a pop-up outdoor series that features improvised dance and abstract drawings through Friday.
Il Divo, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, author Ann Patchett and John McIntire’s Dangerously Live Comedy Talk Show are on tap this week.
The musical comic revue of the year, Off the Record XVI, “It’s Buc’n Huuuge!” opens for one night only at the Byham Theater Oct. 6.
The “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” tour kicks off Sunday, with Darren Criss and Lena Hall reprising their roles from the Broadway revival.
Kansas, Styx and Swedish band Opeth hit town; Maryland rockers Clutch play and Tom Jones performs at the Benedum.
The Andy Warhol Museum, National Aviary and Carnegie Science Center are free on Sunday.
Pittsburgh’s favorite haunts as well as a few family-friendly autumn festivities, concerts and parties.
In 2006 he introduced David Mamet’s “American Buffalo” to Pittsburgh audiences.
Eight songs, culled from three albums, will be the soundtrack for the company’s new piece “Laurie Blue.”
These folks aren’t afraid of the dark in a haunted warehouse and almost never miss a day of work. Meet Pittsburgh’s creepiest crew.
Daniel Krell and Ted Pappas are on their 27th show together for the Pittsburgh Public, with more in the works.
The Pittsburgh native and Broadway star now will perform at 9:30 p.m. in the Downtown cabaret space after the sold-out 7:30 show.