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This unofficial stage sequel to “Pride and Prejudice” will be at City Theatre through Dec. 17.
The 1993 comedy classic starring the late Robin Williams is now also a nationally touring stage musical.
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“The Wiz” is the second show in the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s 2023-24 PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh season.
This one-night concert is serving as a fundraiser for Braddock-based theater company barebones productions.
Wednesday’s closing performance was also canceled, bringing the grand total of scrapped shows to 10.
Thursday’s live show gave Ben Shalom an excuse to visit Western Pennsylvania for the first time since college.
“The Crinolynns” was written by a Somerset native and will be performed by Donna Lynne Champlin, Sally Mayes and Valerie Wright.
The actor and “humorist” is bringing his original music and witty observations about modern society to Pittsburgh this weekend.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s 2023-24 PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh season begins Wednesday with “Moulin Rouge! The Musical.”
The Greer is still offering Pittsburghers dinner, drinks and a show — just in a much shinier and more streamlined package.
The world premiere of “Something to Live For” will take place Sept. 19 at Downtown’s O’Reilly Theater.
Travolta’s “Doing Alright” tour is coming to Sewickley’s Lindsay Theater and Cultural Center Thursday.
Attendees should be prepared to witness stunts with names like “The Vasectomy Olympics” and “The Epidural Foot Race.”
“Corporate America, The Musical” will be performed exclusively on Sunday and Aug. 27 at The Linden Grove in Castle Shannon.
Adam Rapp’s Tony-winning play will run Friday through Aug. 26 at barebones’ blackbox theater in Braddock.
“What better place than the Carrie Furnaces to deal with the ghosts of our fathers?” “Hamlet” director Jeffrey Carpenter posited.
“Pickles & Giggles” will take place Thursday, while “The Voices at Providence Point” is expected to drop its first episode Aug. 1.
WWE legend The Undertaker will be taking the Byham stage on Nov. 11 to perform his one-man show.
Pittsburghers can catch “The Mandalorian” star Brendan Wayne on Friday at Rivers Casino and Saturday at Eide’s Entertainment.
This “Into the Woods” is set to take over Downtown’s Benedum Center Tuesday-Sunday.
Their newly announced partnership is designed to strengthen both Pittsburgh’s film and theater ecosystems.
TeenyFest kicks off Wednesday and will feature six hour-long comedy blocks comprised of mostly local stand-ups.
The Pittsburgh native’s “Black Mona Lisa Tour: Volume 1” will be stopping by Downtown’s Heinz Hall Sunday evening.
There is plenty of theater to sample from all around Western Pennsylvania this summer.
Goldsberry will be performing a diverse array of songs Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Heinz Hall.
The guided tour and discussion will take place Thursday, while the “Take Center Stage” gala will be held Saturday.
Tveit will be performing May 3 at Mercyhurst University’s Mary D'Angelo Performing Arts Center in Erie.
“Dear Evan Hansen” will be setting up shop at the Benedum Center from May 2-7.
The next Nerd Nite will be taking place Thursday at Downtown’s Rivers Club.
The Post-Gazette caught up with the actors playing sisters Anna and Elsa on the North American tour of “Frozen.”