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From middle school to college, theater enthusiasts are specializing in prep classes.
City Theatre’s new season will open in September with shows at the Drive-In Community Arts Festival in Hazelwood Green.
Casting has not yet been announced.
From live theater to “haunted” Zoom meetings, art is being created from a distance.
Table reads feature new takes on many classic stories.
Literal stage-to-screen adaptations have often been successful. Pittsburgh native Don Roy King knows all about the process.
The Broadway hit will stream beginning July 3 on Disney+
Eric Jones and Anna DeGuzman are first up in the series.
Set, lighting and costume designers, carpenters, makeup artists and other creatives in theater, TV and film are still active — at home.
Susan Tsu won the 2017 established artist award i…
Tonight kicks off with Collin Chamberlin and Byron Nash
Host Ira Glass would have been in Pittsburgh as a featured speaker at the Cultural Trust’s Humanities Festival
Social media and streaming were the dominant stories, plus #MeToo justice, TV obsessions and viral sensations.
Tina Fey’s cult favorite about the perils of high school makes for a fun but also sobering musical experience
Baldwin Borough native returns to Liberty Avenue venue with a new show focusing on Houdini’s storied career.
“The Life and Death of Harry Houdini” mixes history with magic at the magic club in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Some favorites from “RuPaul’s Drag Race” are dancing all over the world
Mickey Deans was the singer’s last husband before her death in 1969
The three-show engagement celebrates the comedy legend’s 60-year history as well as the future of funny
Their 3:59 Inc. production company helped bring “Bottom of the 9th” to big screen
Jinkx Monsoon and Major Scales will play four vibrant shows this week
The Chicago mentalist is currently headlining Liberty Magic
New season features ghosts, fairies and a trip back to one author’s childhood in Ireland.
The screen adaptation of the Wilson play — the first to reach Broadway — is reportedly scheduled to being shooting for Netflix next week.
The Rodgers & Hammerstein score alone is worth the price of admission.
The prolific stand-up will be featured at The Event Center
One show is for the “Moms” and the other for kids.
May 3, 1963- May 25, 2019
She will be performing at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Downtown venue through June 23.
Second season of The Cultural Trust’s latest venue features music, humor and a wide variety of acts.
There's no such thing as too much Broadway when Seth Rudetsky takes the stage.