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Pittsburgh Public, City Theatre and Bricolage open on Sept. 20; Tina Fey’s ‘Mean’ musical launches Broadway in Pittsburgh season.
The officer in the Marine Corps Reserve serves as military consultant and an ensemble member for Pittsburgh Public Theater’s season opener.
Aaron Sorkin’s first Broadway play gets a rare production to open the Downtown theater’s 45th season.
Award-winning playwright Lauren Yee’s ‘Cambodian Rock Band’ comes to City Theatre.
Sam Shepard’s gritty drama gets a riveting exploration in Braddock, while laughter bubbles over in the musical by the “Despicable Me’ team.
Costumes by designer Joan Markert, the 2019 honoree for lifetime achievement, will be displayed at the Genesius Theater during the festival.
Twelve cultural institutions vie for grants from RAD’s new $2.5 million impact fund.
The season that opens June 2 includes “Cabaret,” “Sister Act,” “Guys and Dolls” and “A Chorus Line.”
The actor-director got the nudge he needed from Bingo O’Malley before taking on the Sam Shepard play in Braddock.
Darlene Drew is on her third tour with the popular musical, giving musical voice to a cast of animal characters.
The star of “Star Trek” and the AMC series “NOS4A2” comes back to the South Side theater where he got his professional start 20 years ago.
Pittsburgh Playwrights’ solid production of August Wilson’s “Gem of the Ocean” has risen from the grassy hillside at 1839 Wylie Ave.
The local universities known for their drama and dance programs continue to be a farm system for New York’s biggest shows.
Vanessa German, Joe Negri, Roger Humphries and Mary Brenholts will be among the honorees in the ceremony at the August Wilson Center.
The picturesque lakeside theater in Jennerstown, Somerset County, remains a Stoughton family affair.
Summer stock theaters with decadeslong histories are a staple of our region.
August Wilson’s play will be performed at the former empty lot at 1839 Wylie Ave., where the playwright placed the house of Aunt Ester.
Tickets are on sale for the off-Broadway hit that arrives in Pittsburgh for three shows Oct. 11-12.
In the company’s season finale, veteran Pittsburgh actor Daniel Krell plays the closeted father in a musical about family.
The Sam Shepard play begins Sept. 6 at the Black Box theater in Braddock; the new play “Dance Nation” runs Nov. 22-Dec. 15.
Previews of “Gem of the Ocean” have been curtailed by challenges at the Hill District site, but the play is expected to open as scheduled.
The national tour at the Benedum Center features Tony-winner Betty Buckley and dazzling dance numbers in an eye-popping revival.
The actor and singer became a resident of Sewickley while filming season two of the Netflix series last year.
Through music, poetry and dance, a new folk opera is on a hunt for the essence of the enigmatic Chilean folk hero.
The musical starring Tony winner Betty Buckley puts an exclamation point on CLO’s 2019 summer season.
The actor, writer and activist heads to Steel City Con with a new graphic memoir about his childhood internment as a Japanese American.
Point Park will sell the site to help pay for the new Downtown complex on the university’s campus.
The Steelers great will play a judge in select performances of the Aaron Sorkin play that was made into an Oscar-nominated film.
In partnership with Pittsburgh’s tech community, the theatrical event will explore a new way to “take control” of personal technology.
The Tony-winning musical is the penultimate production of the 2019 summer season.
The original folk chamber opera, about Chile’s Mother of Latin American Folk Music, is an opera with hints of Shakespeare and rap,