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A magic-musical theater show brings Robert Ramirez’s endlessly inventive act to Pittsburgh’s Liberty Magic through Jan. 5.
The actor is among the celebrity guests at Steel City Con, at the Monroeville Convention Center Dec. 6-8.
"Bound in Before" will debut in the Pittsburgh Playhouse as part of Point Park University's Winter Dance Concert. P
“NOW:PLAYING,” opening Saturday at the Kelly Strayhorn Theater, is “very different from anything I’ve done before,” Pearlann Porter says.
After a meeting between students and administrators, the university released a statement that includes a collaborative steering committee.
“A Man of No Importance” in May and “Grand Hotel” in August are the musical theater company’s 2020 shows.
“Santa’s TED Talk” and “The Santaland Diaries” are at City Theatre through Dec. 22.
Pittsburgh Youth Ballet has become Texture Ballet School and is now under the direction of Alan Obuzor.
Students demanding changes involving racial sensitivity and inclusion will meet with the university’s president this week.
What will become of Terrence Orr’s Pittsburgh-themed “Nutcracker” once he steps down as Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s artistic director?
What's it like to be seven-time Tony-winner Jamie deRoy? The Squirrel Hill native dishes from her fabulous New York apartment.
Marion McClinton, who collaborated with August Wilson and directed the premieres of three of his plays, died in Minnesota at 65.
Reviews of Broadway shows include “Slave Play,” “The Height of the Storm,” “The Great Society” and “Forbidden Broadway.”
We’ve got your ticket to live performance gifts, from “The SpongeBob Musical” to Celine Dion in concert to PBT’s “Beauty and the Beast.”
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust plans to continue scheduled screenings of movies at Downtown’s Harris Theater
Robert Ramirez, “The Musical Theater Magician,” blend his two worlds at Liberty Magic, Downtown, from Wednesday through Jan. 5.
The Tony- and Emmy-winning Pittsburgh native with perform at the Macy’s parade, then host ABCs 2020 countdown from New Orleans.
A sampling of what’s happening in Pittsburgh this week, from Braddock to the Benedum Center.
While watching six Broadway musicals in five days, a reviewer asks herself: “How will this play in Pittsburgh?”
“Having the opportunity to share my career experiences with Pittsburgh Festival Opera is yet another dream come true,” Ms. Cornetti said.
“Adding Machine: A Musical” was dropped by the dean of the Conservatory of Performing Arts after complaints voiced at a town hall meeting.
New tech allows you to hold on to — but not access — your smartphone during live performances.
The 2018 play opening in Braddock Friday unleashes the power of tween-age girls in a competitive dance troupe.
The CMU grad and star of Broadway’s “Aladdin” returns to Pittsburgh with a jazzy set of Broadway and pop standards.
Wicked humor punctuates the meanness of judging a girl by her color in the play inspired by “Mean Girls.”
“Off the Record XIX: Heaven Help Us!” pokes fun at the news and newsmakers, and nine other picks to check out this weekend.