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Quantum Theatre introduces an Allen Ginsberg-type character into a 1929 Michel de Ghelderode play.
Pittsburgh Public Theater will pronounce Shaw's play Shaw's way.
"Candida," opening today at Pittsburgh Public Theater, gives Ted Pappas his first crack at directing a George Bernard Shaw play.
See a Ghost, sing along to Talking Heads' Songs, celebrate Shakespeare or get colorful at Schenley Park. It's all happening this weekend.
The Point Park Conservatory Dance Company's annual Byham Theater performance will feature works by dance masters and contemporary figures.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's "Don Quixote" tilts skyward with virtuosic dancing, rocket-propelled lifts and spectacular leaps.
Thanks to an anonymous donor, PBT will move its mixed repertory program to the Benedum and feature all Pittsburgh premieres.
Storytellers, actors and fight choreographers bring Shakespeare to life at his birthday bash.
For most, the biggest reason to visit Louisville would be the Kentucky Derby, but for theater, there's the annual Humana Festival.
Pittsburgh-born artist Billy Porter is having a moment that includes his first album in 10 years.
"Open Mic Poetry Night," Prime Stage Theatre's celebration of Shakespeare, I Promise Now concert and comedian John Witherspoon are on tap.
Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre will close its 44th season with "Don Quixote," which will be performed with the PBT orchestra.
Bunnies, Mac Miller, Earth Day events populate the weekend.
A farce that targeted militarism in the 1920s is reimagined for a contemporary audience in a Quantum Theatre world premiere.
"Walking with Dinosaurs" returning for Consol in first North American tour since 2007.
Kelly McAndrew’s intense performance is at the confluence of war, humanity and technology in the solo play at City Theatre.
This is the first North American tour since 2007 of the show that boasts 10 species of animatronic creatures.
Six short plays are created in 24 hours. A visit to the Saturday afternoon rehearsals shows the frenzy.
Rising soprano Kristine Opolais performed leading roles in two different Puccini operas within 18 hours.
The PSO presents "Bugs Bunny at the Symphony II," trumpeter Sean Jones and his quartet perform, Turkish folk and contemporary music ...
Here's a quick look at four productions.
There's a lot more to see in London than all the noted theater.
The circus that raises money for free hospital care for children celebrates its 65th year.
Bricolage is in its ninth year of presenting six new one-acts that take shape in 24 hours.
Stage Notes: CLO Cabaret's "Judge Jackie Justice: Trials of Love" is extended through May 11.
PSO features Mandy Patinkin, Phantogram hits town and Cedric the Entertainer comes to the Waterfront.
For the eighth year the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette will publish a list of dance recitals by local studios.
Monday night, 26 Pittsburgh high school students competed in the sixth annual August Wilson Monologue Competition at Point Park University.
Pittsburgh Musical Theater's production does justice to the popular musical "Les Miz."
Shakespeare in London, high and low: our critic weeps at the National Theater's "King Lear," laughs at Propeller's "Midsummer."
Green living advocate Vanessa Farquharson speaks at Pitt, Irish novelist, memoirist and poet Edna O'Brien speaks at Carlow University ...
Cirque du Soleil's "Varekai," a take on the Greek myth of Icarus, soars.
Ayne Terceira is perfectly willing to talk about her show, “Her Things: An Interactive Estate Sale.” But she doesn’t want to say too much.
The event featuring local artists from many entertainment disciplines is in its sixth year.
Broadway veteran and Sewickley native Peter Matthew Smith stars as Jean Valjean at the Byham Theater.
PSO performs; Ukulele musician Jake Shimabukuro hits town; Trumpet legend Hugh Masekela performs.
City Theatre lands the award-winning solo play about one of those who kill -- a drone operator -- and the effects on her psyche.
The move from a tent to an arena show changes the experience but not the concept of the Cirque show about a stranger in a strange land.
"Vera Stark" blends screwball comedy and race relations across 70 years into an ambitious, unmissable mix of comedy, pathos and mystery.
The Moth and WESA host Pittsburgh's second GrandSLAM championship at 8 p.m. Wednesday at The New Hazlett Theatre.
Sophistication palpated throughout “Shades of Light,” which closed the season for Texture Contemporary Ballet.
Third annual Bach b-day bash, four Pittsburgh poets at East End Book Exchange, SUNSTAR: Tribute to Ladies of Jazz at the Kelly Strayhorn ...
Founded in 2011, the ballet will be presenting "Shades of Light" at the New Hazlett Theater on the North Side this weekend.
Life of Hollywood's golden era actress Theresa Harris is portrayed in the latest theater production from The Rep at Pittsburgh Playhouse.
Mitch Leigh's 'Man of La Mancha' ran for a total of 2,328 performances on Broadway.
Goings-on this weekend include "Pittsburgh Batman," CMU's 3-D "CLOUDS" and rappers at the Benedum.
Mike Birbiglia brings his "Thank God for Jokes" tour to the Byham Theater tonight.
Texture Contemporary Ballet will perform a trio of works in its upcoming show "Shades of Light," which opens Friday at the New Hazlett.
The deaf son in a quirky family struggles to find his voice in the Pittsburgh premiere of Nina Raines' "Tribes."
All the Trojan War's a stage for actor Teagle F. Bougere in a remarkable solo performance at the Public.