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Director Justin Emeka will continue to replace Kevin Mambo, who is scheduled to be back onstage on Friday, Nov. 30.
In the UK, the British Health Secretary has proposed a measure that would allow physicians to prescribe dance or singing lessons as therapy.
Kierra Darshell performs regularly in Outrageous Bingo at Temple Rodef Shalom and his Sunday Drag Brunch at the Pittsburgh Improv.
Before “The Nutcracker” was a beloved holiday ballet, it was a German fairy tale short on sugar plums.
Artists have helped “The Nutcracker” stand the test of time by staging their own unique interpretations of the beloved holiday tale.
Miss Thea Trix’s Drag Queen Bingo is a bawdy night of entertainment that benefits volunteer fire departments and other nonprofits.
Benazir Bhutto was the first woman to be elected prime minister of Pakistan in 1988. Pittsburgh Opera is developing an opera about her life.
The show goes on with director Justin Emeka taking over the role of Brucie in the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama.
Music, dance, theater ... there’s something for everyone on Pittsburgh stages.
The adventures of young Nell and her grandfather are on display at at WQED’s Fred Rogers Studio, starting Nov. 23.
Here’s what’s happening in Pittsburgh during the holidays.
Major rap and comedy shows, the opening of Kennywood’s Holiday Lights, and more are on tap this weekend.
The musical that first hit Broadway in 1964 has always been part of my DNA and parallels a part of my family story.
Pittsburgh’s most prolific set designer and the artist who created the “There Are Black People In The Future” billboard are recognized.
Programming an orchestra or opera season is a complex affair.
The Pulitzer-winning play now at the Public Theater tells of how a thriving blue-collar city came to top America’s most impoverished list.
He attended Carnegie Tech and performed with the American Conservatory Theater in Pittsburgh and San Francisco.
Laughs and sentiment highlighted the 2018 Theater Hall of Fame induction ceremony at the Gershwin Theatre on Monday.
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust vows zero tolerance against hate speech after anti-Semitic outburst during Baltimore performance Wednesday.
You can get serious at City and Public theaters, or have fun at a world-premiere interactive musical by Pittsburgh CLO.
He’s a mean one, until he’s not, but Charles Dickens’ Christmas villain has an enduring place in our hearts throughout the year.
Older sister Maddie is singer Sia’s muse and has been featured in many of her music videos.
On tap for the weekend: Light Up Night, Josh Groban, Guster, Billy Gardell and more.
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.
Women choreographers’ works are being staged and 3D violins are being explored.
Ernest Hemingway’s “The Old Man and the Sea,” with a script by A.E. Hotchner, will open Jan. 31.
Among the options: Impractical Jokers, Gino Vannelli, Vintage Mixer, Dianne Reeves, Saves the Day.
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.
Bodiography, Pittsburgh Ballet Theater School and the DANA Movement Ensemble all are doing their part.