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Byrne will be headlining two comedy and musical extravaganzas Friday at the Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall in Munhall.
“Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations” will be at the Benedum Center Tuesday through Sunday.
Right behind “A Strange Loop” is a tie with 10 nominations each for “MJ” and “Paradise Square.”
Gadsby will be stopping by Pittsburgh Thursday as part of her “Body of Work” tour for a show at Carnegie Music Hall of Oakland.
The Post-Gazette talked to Patrica Ward Kelly, Gene Kelly’s widow, about this “Singin’ in the Rain” rerelease.
The block party will be taking place Saturday, April 30, in the Hill District from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The “To Kill a Mockingbird” national tour will be stopping by the Benedum Center Tuesday through Sunday.
Ramirez will replace Peter Cooke, who stepped down as the School of Drama’s leader in September 2020.
“August Wilson: The Writer’s Landscape” will officially open to the public on Saturday.
The 2022-23 PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh Series kicks off in October and will run through May 2023.
Proof of vaccination and masks will only now be required at Cultural Trust venues on a “per event basis.”
The national tour of “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical” will be at the Benedum Friday through Sunday.
The comedian will also be hosting “Saturday Night Live” for the fifth time on Feb. 26.
The national tour of the Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit Broadway musical is back at the Benedum Center from Tuesday through March 13.
Lotteries kicked off Friday and will run through the duration’s of the “Hamilton” tour’s Pittsburgh engagement.
Two Carnegie Mellon University graduates are heavily involved in the national tour of “Pretty Woman: The Musical.”
The National Endowment for the Arts is handing out 1,498 awards totally nearly $33.2 million to arts organizations nationwide.
His debut album and comedy special, “Hello, It’s Me,” is now available via iTunes, Amazon Music and Chamberlin’s YouTube channel.
The tour will introduce audiences to the revamped version of “Oklahoma!” that earned a few accolades at the 2019 Tony Awards.
“Brain Space & Energy: My Interview with August Wilson” will air Thursday at 8 p.m. on WQED.
E. Clayton Cornelious is a veteran Broadway actor attempting to transition into a full-time theater producer.
“SUMMER: The Donna Summer Musical” opens its national tour Tuesday night in Pittsburgh and will be here through Sunday.
“The Band’s Visit” is back at the Benedum Center for the first time since its last tour was forced to shut down in Pittsburgh due to COVID-19.
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.