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The production, Jan. 24-Feb. 24, is from a script adapted by the Public’s new artistic director, Marya Sea Kaminski, who also directs.
For those headed to see Billy Gardell Friday and Saturday, prepare to avoid lines as metal detectors are introduced at the Downtown venue.
Ernest Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea,” with a script by A.E. Hotchner, will open Jan. 31.
For “Hamilton” fans shut out of tickets on the first round of Pittsburgh sales, there’s hope in the $10 lottery for every performance.
People at the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Downtown box office came away with tickets while thousands waited online.
The $2.5 million project, including a new Main Stage elevator, is the second phase of improvements for the theater company.
The New Kensington native joins a cast that includes Russell Crowe as Fox News chief Roger Ailes in the story of Ailes’ “rise and fall.”
Local artists send messages of support for their community as they perform, create and join in the process of healing.
The stage and screen actor of “The Waltons” and “The Americans” takes on the iconic role of redemption in “A Musical Christmas Carol.”
Pittsburgh Public Theater and City Theatre host two of the country’s hottest playwrights and their perspectives on the American Dream.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announces the steps for buying individual tickets and signing up online for $10 lottery seats.
The actor whose screen work includes “Orange Is the New Black” stars as a teen in trouble in Dominique Morisseau’s “Pipeline.”
Peter Matthew Smith, a performer with Pittsburgh Musical Theater and the CLO, returns in the role originated on Broadway by Jonathan Groff.
The Tony winner and Carnegie Mellon alum is in concert Saturday, then heads off to film a new Harriet Tubman biopic.
The Tony Award-winning composer and the tour’s Dmitry talk about the hit musical branching out from Broadway to Madrid to Pittsburgh.
The Kate Hamill adaptation brings modern sensibilities to Jane Austen’s 19th-century words for a play that romps to a new beat.
Patrons arriving for Deborah Colker Dance at the Byham Theater Saturday will be the first through the Trust’s new metal detectors.
There are grown-up diversions to be found around Pittsburgh this October
The Cultural Trust responds that the play shows the Israeli-Palestinian conflict “at a very human level in a way that only the arts can.”
The Kenneth Lonergan dark comedy entangles four lives in a murder investigation that tests their sense of what is right and just.
In Pittsburgh, administrators and board members can take advantage of resources such as the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management.
Lucas Hnath and his play “A Doll’s House, Part 2,” coming to Pittsburgh Public Theater, top American Theatre Magazine’s annual list.
The Festival of Firsts presentation marks the 25th anniversary of the Canadian troupe of theatrical circus performers.
The actor and his Hollywood friends contributed to efforts to restore the playwright’s childhood home and keep his legacy alive.
The new era at the O’Reilly Theater kicks off with Kate Hamill’s modern-day twist on “Pride and Prejudice.”
Patrick Jordan’s Braddock company gets its turn at the Kenneth Lonergan play that had a recent Broadway run.
The director and award-winning star of “Fences” will be in the Hill District Wednesday.
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.