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Emily Bautista, who plays title character Kim, traveled to Vietnam for a deep dive into the legacy of war represented in the musical.
Prime Stage’s next production, at the New Hazlett Theater, is “The Outsiders.”
Pittsburgh Musical Theater’s founder goes on a mission to rediscover “Hair” with a young cast.
The cult classic musical that’s having a coast-to-coast moment opens at the O’Reilly Theater this weekend.
The targeted funding went to MCG Jazz, Rivers of Steel, City of Asylum, City Theatre, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, Pittsburgh Opera and more.
Marc Masterson directs Helena Ruoti, Marin Giles and John Shepard in a family drama by Theresa Rebeck.
And his allure goes on: After the triumph of his Oscars’ tuxedo gown, the award-winning Pittsburgh native was Google’s top red-carpet search.
Reginald L. Douglas is leaving the South Side new-works company to join Studio Theatre later this month.
Timothy Sheader chats about the award-winning show he created and continues to tweak as it visits cities nationwide.
The 50th anniversary tour is the rock opera as you’ve never seen it before, with vocal and dance artistry for a new era.
Martin Giles goes from “Downstairs” to Shakespeare; CMU alum Phillipe Arroyo plays Seymour in “Little Shop of Horrors.”
The tour returns to the chart-topping source for a production that incorporates expressionistic dance and modern celebrity culture.
“The Illusionists - Magic of the Holidays” brings grand-scale trickery and Jonathan Goodwin’s daring stunts to Heinz Hall Dec. 26-29.
Adapting the musical’s purrfect stage formula has proved problematic on screen.
The star of “My Cousin Vinny” and Aunt May in the recent “Spider-Man” film series joins a growing cast in the Netflix drama.
A Point Park University statement said that “Pippin” will replace “Parade” in April.
The $2.3 million redevelopment on the Bingham Street site includes repaved parking lots and streets.
The annual “A Musical Christmas Carol” get into the holiday spirit Dec. 6-22 at the Byham Theater.
The musical theater star brings his trio to the Trust Cabaret series on Monday.
The actor-writer’s boyhood with New York mobsters and a forbidden love is now a Broadway tour, coming to Pittsburgh Nov. 19.
The South Side company presents the dramatization of a real-life gathering to celebrate Clay (soon to be Ali) becoming heavyweight champion.
March 11, 1958-Nov. 10, 2019: The Front Porch Theatricals cofounder took great pleasure in boosting the success of local musical artists.
Quantum is in West Homestead with “Shakespeare’s Will,” while Cassius Clay, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke and Jim Brown reunite on the South Side.
As the Trust’s Children’s Theater Series turns 50, here’s a look at what’s next for kids — including a hopeful note on Playhouse Jr.
The company in residence in WQED’s Fred Rogers Studio promises a good fright from “The Woman in Black.”
Tina Fey's “Mean Girls” musical and Public's “School Girls” play aim to dethrone the queen bees and promote women supporting each other.
The 2019 winners in the Middle School and High School divisions were chosen from among 367 entries.
Tapping into the grant from the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program grant requires raising $1 million more for the West End company.
The songwriter of “The Band’s Visit,” “The Full Monty” and a new “Princess Bride” musical imparts wisdom for students performing his songs.
The Pittsburgh native joins his possible “Cinderella” costar, Camila Cabello, on the NBC show, as part of an Equality Town Hall sketch.
James Corden will co-produce the musical from his own concept that reimagines the classic fairy tale.