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The eight-week festival of visual and performance art includes a visual display and live music outside the Benedum Center.
The national tour of the play with the Tony Award-winning best set opened this week at the Benedum Center.
The Canadian company celebrates its 25th anniversary of acrobatics and theatrics with a new show set in a grand old hotel lobby.
The Downtown complex, already buzzing with student activity, opens its doors for a peek before a gala and “Cabaret” welcome in October.
On Sept. 26, the playwright’s childhood home will host a ceremony and announcement about the restoration of the landmark site.
The theater named for two of Pittsburgh’s brightest stars is a player in the local and global cultural conversation.
Heads roll in the Reign of Terror romp by Lauren Gunderson that opens City Theatre’s 44th season.
The two-time Tony Award winner known for TV shows from “The Good Wife” to “Gotham” will perform a benefit concert for barebones on Sept. 22.
The Carnegie Mellon graduate, “Hamilton” star and “One Dollar” cast member joins Cynthia Erivo, who plays the title role in “Harriet.”
A word — many words — with British company leaders Henry Lewis and Jonathan Sayer as their comedy opens its national tour in Pittsburgh.
The Churchill native, Point Park grad and Friars Club roaster uses his drama and sketch comedy training in the Pittsburgh CLO one-man show.
The bang-up Broadway farce from England’s Mischief Theatre Company, a rare play to tour the U.S., makes Pittsburgh its first stop.
Autumn blooms with a busy September that includes world and regional premieres and a national tour launching at the Benedum Center.
Audiences move throughout the Downtown church and stop for dinner during the environmental play that takes place in three time periods.
City Theatre introduces Pittsburgh to the most-produced playwright in America with a comedy about four women of the French Revolution.
Award-winning costume designer Susan Tsu describes her inspirations for the four women of “The Revolutionists” at City Theatre.
The Allegheny Regional Asset District event began in 2002 to celebrate assets such as libraries and parks and arts and culture programs.
Penn State and Point Park are No. 8 and 9 on OnStage Blog’s annual list.
Performing outdoors, with audiences free to roam, means there can be as much happening onstage as off for the 14-year-old troupe.
With his performance of the one-man show “How I Learned What I Learned,” Wali Jamal has completed the American Century Cycle plus one.
The North Sider -- and one-half of the comedy team Brockett and Barbara — died Saturday at age 85.
The stage extravaganza of the animated movie includes a glittering Cave of Wonders and a magic carpet ride that’s “A Whole New World.”
The musical based on the real-life Beale family is a perfect vehicle for Front Porch Theatricals and Daina Michelle Griffith.
The thousands of dollars in unrestricted gifts also come with arts management training for small and midsize groups.
West Virginia native Trevor Dion Nicholas was inspired by musicals at the Benedum Center on his way to starring on Broadway and in London.
Daina Michelle Griffith plays dual roles in the story of Big Edie and Little Edie Beale, “American royalty” fallen on hard times.
The “Body Heat” actress talked about her career from film to Broadway, Jessica Rabbit to “War of the Roses” at Steel City Con on Saturday.
Leslie Uggams and Lenora Nemetz command the spotlight in a thoroughly perky season-ending production.
In a Vulture interview ahead of her panel at the Steel City Con Saturday, the actress dished on Elizabeth Taylor, “Friends” and more.
Grants for individuals and organizations range up to $35,000 to support books, documentaries, art installations, residencies and more.
A question about where Gene Kelly resided during his 25-plus years in Pittsburgh sparks a tour of places where he lived, worked and played.