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Broadway star Jenn Colella leads a high-flying production of the classic musical; while there’s a sunny, funny comedy beached in Oakland.
There’s no reining in Jinkx Monsoon and Major Scales in their brassy, sassy cabaret show at the O’Reilly.
The “Days of Our LIves” and “The Nanny” star plays the nemesis of Tony nominee Jenn Colella as Peter Pan.
Actor-writer Jeffrey Binder’s Moliere adaptation is a day at the beach, mob-style, imported from the shores of Naples, Fla., to Pittsburgh.
Director George C. Wolfe oversees vintage cars, Chicago storefronts and stars including Viola Davis in a scene on West North Avenue.
The company that offers free performances of the Bard’s works is determined to make a statement and “do it our way,” says its leader.
The seven-part series about Roger Ailes’ rise and fall begins Sunday, with Russell Crowe as Ailes and Naomi Watts as Gretchen Carlson.
The Pittsburgh actor who for decades was a staple of local stage and screen will be honored in an event at the South Side theater.
Middle school and high school playwrights
From Shakespeare to “Oklahoma!,” the Pittsburgh fight director and actor puts the punch in shows for local theater companies.
David Whalen returns to the role of the great detective in the only Holmes play written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
The August Wilson play, set in 1927, is set to be made into a film for Netflix.
Taylor Swift’s new single, “You Need to Calm Down,” includes the line, “Can you just not step on his gown.”
The DC superhero and star of “Chuck” is among the celebrities announced for the event at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
David Whalen returns to his hometown and a favorite role, in ‘The Speckled Band’ play by Arthur Conan Doyle.
Pittsburgh Public Theater ends its season with a haunting, provocative production; CLO opens with nostalgia and a sparkling Clay AIken.
Carnegie Mellon is represented on the red carpet, onstage and among winners at the 73rd ceremony representing Broadway’s best.
The Pittsburgh native was a presenter at the 2019 awards show, celebrating Broadway’s best.
Pre-Tonys pomp will be streamed live by Entertainment Tonight and CBS on Twitter; the awards ceremony begins at 8 on CBS.
The 73rd annual Tony Awards air at 8 p.m. Sunday on CBS with James Corden as host and Billy Porter set to make waves on the red carpet.
The “American Idol” runner-up plays Teen Angel in “Grease” to open Pittsburgh CLO’s 2019 summer season.
Pittsburgh CLO’s 72nd summer season opens with the circa-1950s nostalgia-fest that started a Broadway teen revolution.
Pittsburgh CLO’s production of the “Forbidden Broadway” spinoff follows Lin-Manuel Miranda’s lead, then veers toward laughter.
Hans and Virginia Gruenert pour their own money into keeping their theater dreams alive in Carnegie.
Gerard Alessandrini talks about transforming Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit and the Pittsburgh CLO production of his “Hamilton” parody.
The rain causing headaches in and around Pittsburgh also causes cancellation of a performance at Carrie Furnaces in Rankin.
Marya Sea Kaminski directs the science-fiction play as her first season as the Public’s artistic director comes to an end.
The festival for new plays at different stages is Thursday through Sunday at the South Side theater’s Lester Hamburg Studio.
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.