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Bringing "Book of Mormon" back in September after it was here last year is a no-brainer after it broke records for the Broadway series.
Off the Wall's latest opens the doors of opportunity to exploring the choices for career women.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre offers audiences a mixed menu of music and choreographic styles in "3x3" at the August Wilson Center.
Sidra Bell explores relationships between clothes, gender and identity in "garment," which premiered at the Kelly-Strayhorn.
Ballet de Grand Theatre de Geneve opened its first North American tour in Pittsburgh with two emerging European choreographers.
The Virginia Glee Club, comedian/actor Frank Caliendo, The Pittsburgh Sneaker Convention, cyber symposium on jazz pianist Mary Lou Williams.
After winning her second yearly regional contest of Poetry Out Loud, a Hampton High student heads to the Pennsylvania contest.
The Girl of "Once the Musical" finds a home away from home with the Tony winner's national touring company.
A revival of "Fiddler on the Roof" on Broadway is planned for fall 2015.
Singers do justice to the "Razzle Dazzle" of Kander & Ebb's musical mastery in Pittsburgh Symphony Pops series.
The Munhall native will be combining theater and comedy this weekend at the Downtown venue.
The commissioned work "Holliday With Mulligan" is among two world premieres announced for next season.
"In the Heights" is the first Pittsburgh Musical Theater show in its new digs.
Home & Garden Show opens, "Disney on Ice" skates into Consol Energy Center, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre performs "3x3," Brit Floyd and more
The Pittsburgh Savoyards, which performs the musical comedies of Gilbert and Sullivan, starts the season at 8 p.m. Friday.
Six playwrights whose works were produced outside New York City are eligible for cash prizes totaling $40,000,
Also, Duquesne proposes building a black box theater, and the planning board OKs using a former Hazelwood church for a K-6 charter school.
Ballet du Grand Theatre de Geneve will make its Pittsburgh premiere Saturday with works by a pair of emerging choreographers.
The solo performance splits time between ancient and contemporary times to take the audience through all the ages of war.
Spring is in the wings (we promise!), so it's time to anticipate the Post-Gazette's 98th Show Plane.
In "3x3" at the August Wilson Center, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre offers pieces by Viktor Plotnikov, Julia Adam and Dwight Rhoden.
A new play by Russ Babines at Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre defines personal greatness with some help from Roberto Clemente's legacy.
The director-choreographer sets the stars in motion for his third gig choreographing the Academy Awards show.
Violinist Joshua Bell performs; "An American Odyssey" exhibit opens at the Frick and the Avett Brothers hit town.
Stage Right will perform the Tony-winning "The Secret Garden" at Greensburg Garden & Civic Center this weekend.
Touring version of 'Porgy and Bess' revives the Gershwin classic
Off the Wall continues its season of honoring woman playwrights; New Horizon's 'Do Lord Remember Me' punctuates Black History Month.
Excellent student musicals by Point Park and Carnegie Mellon celebrate the Roaring '20s and the seventh president as a rock star.
The Pittsburgh Public Theater enters its fifth decade with a diverse lineup that includes the classics and a world premiere comedy.
Pittsburgh Opera is putting on Gregory Spears' "Paul's Case" at the company's Strip District headquarters through Sunday.
In its latest work, "Left Leg, Right Brain," dancers demonstrated how the traits of the disease can color choreography.
The Kelly Strayhorn Theater production of "Beautiful Struggle" showed its commitment to presenting new and creative work.
A musical written by and based on a Pittsburgher's mission in Uganda has its world premiere.
The director of American Repertory Theater is on a roll, with productions that have earned acclaim on Broadway and national tours.
Jazz Intervention with Dwayne Dolphin, Pittsburgh Chamber Music Society and comedian Taylor Williamson perform this week.
The councilman is calling for the city and county to bail out the struggling August Wilson Center for African American Culture.
This weekend, you can take part in a Roaring '20s party at CMU, see a teacher creature at Pittsburgh International Theater and much more.
Roberto Clemente's final season serves as a touchstone to nostalgia for an ex-pat returning to Pittsburgh.
Dan Kamin's show at the Strand Theater about the comedy of Charlie Chaplin includes a restored film short and live music.
The company's latest work chronicles Frank Ferraro's journey with Parkinson's disease through dance, jazz music and film.
Actors David Whalen and Patrick Jordan delve into the complex relationship between two Chicago cops and childhood friends.
Shakespeare Monologue & Scene Contest winners were announced Monday night at the O'Reilly Theater.
The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's performance was a particularly difficult task, given that key performers have been hampered by injury.
Olympic ice dancer from Pittsburgh area who moved to choreography and ice dance competitions makes peace with his Sarajevo experiences.
Soprano Renee Fleming hits town; Chamber pop group San Fermin at the Warhol; Author Daniel Beaty at City Theatre.
In brief, City Theatre exposes Pittsburgh to a musical act with a twist.
Winners of the 20th annual competition will be named Monday evening at the O'Reilly Theater.
Grab a date and head to Homestead, where the newly-divorced comedian hopes to make some salient points about relationships.
Actor Randy Kovitz plays a solitary Librarian in search of the Wandering Jew in 12 Peers Theater's "Underneath the Lintel."
Monster trucks, singe J'Alra Pryor, the Bach Choir and Shen Yung Performing Arts all on the schedule for the holiday weekend.