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A “comprehensive” list of African-American theaters in the U.S. at first left out August Wilson’s hometown — but not anymore.
The three-day schedule set by the Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon covers a gamut of topics, including events celebrating teen literature.
City Theatre pulls together a well-matched odd couple for a lively production on the South Side.
Patrons entering the O’Reilly Theater will be welcomed by the new security measures that began being rolled out Downtown in October.
The 2019-20 Broadway in Pittsburgh season includes shows featuring Jimmy Buffett songs and a Donna Summer.bio-musical.
The Downtown company pulls from writers with names such as Sorkin, Simon and Menken, and throws in a yinzer holiday twist.
Here in Greensburg, we’re following along as the theater company has 14 1/2 hour to put on “Children of Eden” from scratch.
The company starts at 5:30 a.m. from scratch and goes until the houselights dim for a performance at the Palace Theatre.
The former leader of the Downtown theater company returns to direct Lisa Velten Smith in the Pittsburgh debut of the Broadway hit.
The actresses make a quick changeover for their odd-couple roles in a contemporary new play by Jen Silverman.
Playwright Sarah Kosar comes to Off the Wall from London, stirring up a feast of emotions in an exploration of familial love and grief.
The company’s 45th season includes Cambodian surf rock music, the transformation of Cassius Clay and a new play by Theresa Rebeck.
The show will go on after March 3, through March 16 at the Trust Arts Education Center on Liberty Avenue, Downtown.
The Christian Siriano tuxedo gown worn by the Pittsburgh native and Golden Globes nominee was the talk of the Oscars red carpet.
The stylish Tony and Grammy winner who has taken awards season by storm offered commentary at the Academy Awards pre-show.
"The Double-Threat Trio” is a romp for the actress who took time off from show biz after launching her career in Chicago.
Barebones in Braddock, Kinetic at the New Hazlett Theater and Pittsburgh Playwrights in new digs introduce diverse plays to Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Public Theater’s annual competition hits an anniversary milestone with a new award to honor the contest’s founder.
The August Wilson Cultural Center’s festival runs Friday through Feb. 24, with screenings, workshops and Q&A sessions.
And starting Friday, Pittsburgh Public Theater hosts the annual Shakespeare Monologue & Scene Contest.
Quantum Theatre opens in Homewood to an audience receptive to telling their own stories of gun encounters.
Aaliyah Sanders decided in the fourth grade that she wanted to be an actress, when she was told she was so expressive.
The movie star and chart-topping jazz musician returns to his West Homestead roots with two Valentine’s Day concerts.
The Downtown venue unveils its gala plans, which include the actress who has starred in several American Century Cycle plays.
Tony-winner Chuck, “SpongeBob’s” Lilli and theater and TV actor Eddie will be onstage Monday for two shows at the Greer Cabaret, Downtown.
Actor Andrew William Smith and the Pittsburgh theater aim to start a conversation with open minds and hearts about the often divisive issue.
Your guide to more than 100 high schools in our region that are about to raise the curtain on an annual rite of spring.
The Point Breeze writer dedicates his latest play to his parents and fills it with memories of his childhood.
After 20 years as an administrator, Ron Allan-Lindblom will focus on directing and developing new works for the university.
The groundbreaking ’90s musical became an ally to Broadway Cares and Bethel Park native Tom Viola’s mission of support for HIV-AIDS victims.
Pittsburgh Public Theater reimagines the Shakespeare play, with leading lady Tamara Tunie