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City and county school students will see a performance of the hit musical as they learn about the history of American’s Founding Fathers.
Brian Quijada’s solo tour de force travels from Chicago to off-Broadway to City Theatre on the South Side.
The Pittsburgh native who won the Tony Award in the musical “Kinky Boots” writes about five gay men in the aftermath of the AIDS crisis.
The Pittsburgh Foundation and Heinz Endowments’ latest Advancing Black Arts in Pittsburgh grants bring the total to $5.2 million since 2010.
After a pause to observe the holidays and entertain during the holidays, local theaters head into 2019 with flourish.
John Clay III has a key role in the play with music, penned by Oscar-winning “Moonlight” writer Tarell Alvin McCraney.
Austin Scott made his scheduled exit as the title character with Sunday’s performance at the Benedum Center.
AHN doctor helps a team from Pittsburgh Public Theater, including Tamara Tunie as Prospero, prepare for a new all-female adaptation.
Back in his hometown for 27 days, the actor whose big break came in “Rent” says he’s never seen anything like Hamilfans.
The megahit show arrives at the Benedum Center with stirring performances in a game-changer for musical theater.
The first floor lobby area of the Downtown building is being resurfaced. Galleries reopen on Jan. 16.
An early look at concerts, festivals, plays, movies and more coming in Pittsburgh next year.
Facts, figures and deep-dive trivia to get you ready for the groundbreaking musical that opens at the Benedum Center Jan. 1
The Tony- and Grammy-winning star of “Kinky Boots” and “Pose” on FX headlines a concert for the Tree of Life congregations.
The actress joins Laurie Klatscher in “The Roommate,” a two-hander coming to the South Side theater in March.
Lin Manuel-Miranda’s megahit about Founding Father Alexander Hamilton is at the Benedum Center Jan. 1-27.
The actor, playwright and pianist channels the prolific songwriter of “God Bless America” in a one-man show for Pittsburgh Public Theater.
The director and CMU alum aims to deliver light in the darkness, along with Emily Blunt as the magical nanny and Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Jack.
Jinkx Monsoon is frozen and thawed in“The Vaudevillians,” the “joyfully cracked” interactive musical coming to the O’Reilly.
Cinderella (Laura Osnes), Belle (Susan Egan) and Jasmine (Courtney Reed) will be singing for all ages at the West Homestead comedy venue.
A theater critic and Bruce Springsteen fan weighs in on the rocker’s Broadway hit before he exits and the show becomes available to stream.
For example, the cast of the current Bricolage production “Die Hard N’at” includes barebones’ Patrick Jordan.
He will be guest speaker at the 2018 Carol R. Brown Creative Achievement Awards on Dec. 10.
The director of “Wonder” and “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” also is the co-writer/director of a Disney Prince Charming film.
Shows begin with “Harlem to Hollywood” Dec. 8, followed by “DAPLINE!” and “Tubman,” which imagines the abolitionist in the 21st century.
Joe Grushecky and Chris Jamison are among the performers singing to benefit the congregations affected by the Tree of Life shootings.
A Q&A with scenic designer Tim Mackabee offers a close-up of the world-premiere interactive musical, now at the Greer Cabaret, Downtown.
Director Justin Emeka will continue to replace Kevin Mambo, who is scheduled to be back onstage on Friday, Nov. 30.
The show goes on with director Justin Emeka taking over the role of Brucie in the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama.
Music, dance, theater ... there’s something for everyone on Pittsburgh stages.
The adventures of young Nell and her grandfather are on display at at WQED’s Fred Rogers Studio, starting Nov. 23.