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Dad’s Basement is opening its downstairs comedy space Oct. 29, which it hopes will provide opportunities for young, local comics to thrive.
“Unprotected” chronicles Pittsburgher Billy Porter’s road from poverty to fashion icon and entertainment-industry titan.
Wysocki is headlining a “Date Night Laughs” show with four other comedians Wednesday night.
Those three and more big names will be on hand Saturday for Duquesne’s “An Evening With the Stars.”
“Switch Signal” is a collaboration between the Kelly Strayhorn Theater and the art collective Propelled Animals.
Actor, writer and director Elise Robertson wrote and stars in this two-hour experiment in pandemic-era storytelling.
The Tony winner will be returning to the stage Saturday at Mercyhurst’s Mary D'Angelo Performing Arts Center.
Fans of the Canadian sitcom will appreciates the Pittsburgh stop on its live tour finally receiving a new date.
The comedian will be putting on four shows featuring local and nationally renowned stand-ups.
Plus, Steve Hofstetter provides an update on how close Steel City AF is to finally launching.
“Hamilton” fans will definitely want to check out the movie version of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s 2008 musical.
Her latest novel, “The Girl on the Carpathia,” became available in both digital form and hard copy today.
The Lapiduss women all appear in “It’s Not a Burden,” a documentary about adult children taking care of their elderly parents.
Catch their performances of the pandemic-friendly musical “The Last Five Years” from May 13-16.
“WE DISSENT ... AND WE ARE GRATEFUL” will feature dramatic readings of Ginsburg’s most consequential opinions.
The comedy community is still entertaining Pittsburgh despite their own creative and financial struggles.
Jerad Bortz’s new album, “THANKFUL,” is his way of giving back to the Broadway community that was there for him when he needed it most.
The McCandless native and Carnegie Alum graduate has a lot to say about his education and industry.
The U.S. Postal Service held a virtual celebration Thursday to mark the August Wilson stamp going on sale nationwide.
There will be an online First Day of Issue Ceremony at 11:30 a.m. Thursday that will be live-streamed via USPS’ social media channels.
Myha'la Herrold stars as Harper Stern in the new HBO show “Industry” about young bankers and traders in the London financial world.
The “Hamilton” star is currently the GoldDerby favorite to be nominated for a best supporting actor Oscar.
The project was a collaboration between CMU and August Wilson House to highlight the playwright’s childhood home.
August Wilson’s widow has been busy lately as her late husband is enjoying a pop-culture resurgence.
Mitchell Case missed live theater, so he pursued the rights to “Clue” and staged an online performance himself.
Gerardo Navarro stars in “Giving Voice,” a Netflix documentary about the 2018 August Wilson Monologue Competition.
The documentary follows six participants in the 2018 August Wilson Monologue Competition.
The film, starring Viola Davis and the late Chadwick Boseman, will be released via Netflix on Dec. 18.
Brault leveled up from covering “Hadestown” songs to performing a new version of “Wait for Me” over video chat.
Ms. Huffman was caught up in last year’s massive college admissions bribery scandal.
Both the opening night scheduled for March 13 and the rest of the show’s run have been canceled.