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Pittsburgh's Heinz Endowments have awarded $5.4 million in grant funding to 16 organizations promoting Black communities and culture.
Virtual theater performances are fine in a pinch but, all in all, pretty close to TV.
Beyond student productions, Pittsburgh Playhouse is working to grow its events roster by presenting shows by performing arts professionals.
Performances will begin Tuesday and run through Memorial Day on Flagstaff Hill in Schenley Park.
The annual festival, with productions and readings of selected works by students in grades 7-12, is scheduled for January 2021.
Arts groups scramble after the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts reneges on grants for operating expenses.
A slate of online courses and workshops includes actors and behind-the-scenes luminaries from Broadway to Hollywood.
Pittsburgh Public Theater presents an online adaptation that highlights Shylock's connection to family in “Merchant of Venice.”
Send iimages from your school and we will showcase the hard work that has gone unseen because of COVID-19.
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