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At the former Lava Lounge South Side, Vigilance Theater welcomes you to an immersive fantasy thriller.
New this year is the Squire of the Wire and the Vodca Family.
The festival featuring original one-act plays opens Aug. 18 with LabWorks readings, now on the campus of Duquesne University.
Pittsburgh was 12th in the world, and sixth nationally in the rankings of “most cultural cities for students.”
Leno is also a best-selling author of children’s books
The Tony-nominated Steve Martin-Edie Brickell musical gets a glowing local production at the New Hazlett Theater.
It’s a busy Memorial Weekend with Sandcastle opening, a festival at Kennywood, “Dear Evan Hansen,” concerts and more.
It will be an evening of music, song, dance and food in McKeesport and West Homestead on May 18.
The best of what’s happening in Pittsburgh this summer.
Pittsburgh festivals are filled with music, fun foods and crafts.
It’s an artful weekend with Art All Night and the spring Gallery Crawl, plus Elle King, Eels and more.
12 students will compete Monday for scholarships and a trip to the national contest in New York City.
One Shaw and Statford tour runs July 16-20. The Shaw only tour runs Sept. 10-13.
Reviews of ‘Where Did We Sit on the Bus’ at City Theatre and ‘In the Heights’ at Pittsburgh Musical Theater.
Located at 1801 Blvd. of the Allies, the Tamburitzans headquarters was originally built as the Warner Bros. film exchange building.
Kyle Abraham heads to the Berkshires, Actor’s Equity is on strike and bachtrack reveals the most oft-performed composers of 2018.
Quantum’s “Chatterton,” the Public’s “Hamlet” and Front Porch’s “Grey Gardens” top the PG critics’ picks for last year&r…
It’s not the busiest weekend, that’s for sure, but we do have “Hamilton.”
An early look at concerts, festivals, plays, movies and more coming in Pittsburgh next year.
Here’s the complete schedule for New Year’s Eve Downtown.
Excellence in Theatre Education Award submissions are being accepted and the song “I Believe in Father Christmas” has a quirky history.
It’s Christmastime on Downtown stages, while Pittsburgh honors a New Orleans company for completing the American Century Cycle.
The Pittsburgh actor this year became the only person in the world known to have performed in all 11 of August Wilson’s plays.
The conservatory dance company was the university’s first to perform in the new theater.
In other arts news, January is National Choreography Month, and Broadway’s “Harry Potter” is keeping a Carnegie Mellon grad busy.
Arthur Miller’s “The Price” and Laura Wade’s “Home, I’m Darling” are among the plays that are part of the tour.
Broadway shows had a lot to be thankful for over the Thanksgiving week. Plus, a look at “Great” classical music and new open dance studios.
In the UK, the British Health Secretary has proposed a measure that would allow physicians to prescribe dance or singing lessons as therapy.
Here’s what’s happening in Pittsburgh during the holidays.