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Acting honors go to Tyler Hepler of Pine-Richland and Morgan Traud of Baldwin, who will represent Pittsburgh CLO’s Kellys at nationals.
A few surprised are embedded for people who see the three hour-long shows each night, May 24 and 25.
The Tony Award-winning best musical and star Ben Levi Ross make auspicious debuts at Heinz Hall.
The block party on the South Side brings the Green Tree native home for a VIP reception, plus dance party, 45th season sneak peek and more.
The summer season opens June 7 at the Benedum Center.
The “Hamilton” parody “Spamilton” at CLO Cabaret and Front Porch’s “Bright Star” are among the summer-in-the-city highlights.
Follow the journey of the CMU alum as he arrives with the Tony Award-winning musical for a sold-out run at Heinz Hall.
Pittsburgh native Erin Lindsey Krom returns to Front Porch Theatricals for a Tony-nominated musical that had debuted alongside “Hamilton.”
The Tony- and Emmy-nominated playwright describes “We Are Among Us,” about an Afghanistan war cover-up, as “cerebral in an old-school way.”
A war-time incident in Afghanistan comes back to haunt a survivor in Tony nominee Stephen Belber’s new work, “We Are Among Us.”
The West Homestead native and Hollywood star lends his voice to a greeting at the Carnegie Science Center.
Bricolage’s Jeffrey Carpenter plays the title role for Quantum Theatre’s production of the Shakespeare tragedy, on the Swissvale landmark.
Carnegie Mellon’s Corey Cott returns for the series, along with “Hamilton’s” current Angelica, Mandy Gonzalez.
The 29th annual ceremony at the Benedum Center celebrates musical theater participants from 33 Allegheny County high schools.
The award-winning Pittsburgher and “Pose” star makes his case for reigning menswear fashion icon.
“Rent’s” Mark and Roger, Rapp and Adam Pascal, celebrate 20 years of friendship with acoustic sets for the Trust Cabaret season finale.
John Noble passes the torch to his daughter after 23rd annual showcase for Westmoreland County high school musical theater.
Ashford will direct Conservatory students in “Parade” in the 2019-20 season that includes the new “Pump Up the Volume” musical.
The musical “Hadestown” leads the field with 14 nominations, while the new Temptations musical “Ain’t Too Proud” had a big day with 12.
The work at Pittsburgh Public Theater, with music as its heartbeat, transcends genres to tell the story of devoted people of the stage.
The Tony- and Emmy-winning actress will receive the Isabelle Stevenson Award for her work to end HIV/AIDS and human rights support.
The playwright will be feted with the annual August Wilson House Block Party and a gala at his namesake African American Cultural Center.
Christopher Jackson, a star of the CBS drama “Bull,” will visit Midland for the showcase of high school musical theater talent.
Pittsburgh Public Theater presents Paula Vogel’s play with music that makes a statement about standing with art in the face of prejudice.
Public Theater and historian Eric Lidji collaborate on a program about the city’s “true, fascinating” history of Yiddish theater.
The play by CMU alum Matt Schatz, directed by Marc Masterson, speaks loudly about elder care and the dangers of reading between the lines.
Crude doesn’t begin to describe the hit musical, yet we can’t get enough of it. Here’s a look at why as the show returns to Pittsburgh.
The “Come From Away” star will play “Peter Pan”; former “American Idol” contestant Young heads into “Rock of Ages.”
The readings and post-show discussions Saturday and Sunday include two works in further development since the 2018 SPARK Festival.
The “9/12 musical” at the Benedum Center provides a glimpse into the best of humanity during the worst of times.
At 88, the “Star Trek” and “Boston Legal” star is still touring to meet his galaxy of fans, including the Steel City Con this weekend.