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It’s not the busiest weekend, that’s for sure, but we do have “Hamilton.”
An early look at concerts, festivals, plays, movies and more coming in Pittsburgh next year.
Here’s the complete schedule for New Year’s Eve Downtown.
Excellence in Theatre Education Award submissions are being accepted and the song “I Believe in Father Christmas” has a quirky history.
It’s Christmastime on Downtown stages, while Pittsburgh honors a New Orleans company for completing the American Century Cycle.
The Pittsburgh actor this year became the only person in the world known to have performed in all 11 of August Wilson’s plays.
The conservatory dance company was the university’s first to perform in the new theater.
In other arts news, January is National Choreography Month, and Broadway’s “Harry Potter” is keeping a Carnegie Mellon grad busy.
Arthur Miller’s “The Price” and Laura Wade’s “Home, I’m Darling” are among the plays that are part of the tour.
Broadway shows had a lot to be thankful for over the Thanksgiving week. Plus, a look at “Great” classical music and new open dance studios.
In the UK, the British Health Secretary has proposed a measure that would allow physicians to prescribe dance or singing lessons as therapy.
Here’s what’s happening in Pittsburgh during the holidays.
Programming an orchestra or opera season is a complex affair.
Women choreographers’ works are being staged and 3D violins are being explored.
Bodiography, Pittsburgh Ballet Theater School and the DANA Movement Ensemble all are doing their part.
Also, concert hall fisticuffs and playwrights with Pittsburgh ties are the talk of the city’s arts scene this week.
Gender equity is still an issue in orchestras and racial diversity is still an issue in ballet.
A tap dance fest, a Chicago orchestra’s strike and a feature film TV pilot are discussed in this week’s column.
Rhythmic movements — walking down the road, riding a bicycle. etc. — happen in movements at about one to three times per second.
The sixth annual ReelAbilities Pittsburgh Film Festival and RAD Days continue, along with lots of Halloween festivities.
There are grown-up diversions to be found around Pittsburgh this October
The “Miss Saigon” star got her big break as a teen at the Jimmy Awards in 2013.
There’s a scare for every taste and horror tolerance level this Halloween season.
Misconduct investigations hit orchestras in Cleveland and New York.
The filmed musical will be screened at the Carnegie Science Center and Mr. Abraham’s work can be seen at Lincoln Center in New York.
A who’s who of local artistic directors gathers for a roundtable organized by the new Pittsburgh Public Theater leader Marya Sea Kaminski.
The Post-Gazette launches Behind the Curtain, a new newsletter discussing events and issues in the performing arts world.
Check out even more great events happening around the city in the online-only portion of #SEEN!
Steel City Con, Rod Stewart, Smokey Robinson, DreamOn Festival, Cafe Racer show and more.
Resident artist and educator Brady Patsy takes over for Jennifer Lybarger, who will continue to teach at the West End conservatory.
The Post-Gazette announces its traditional September Shaw Festival trip.