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Broadway closures force the postponement of the 74th annual Tony Awards on a tough Wednesday for the theater world.
Point Park grad Ahmad Simmons has a resume that includes “Hadestown,” “West Side Story” and “Fosse/Verdon,” but teaching is his first love.
The free online “Importance of Being Earnest” will stream in two parts Thursday and Friday, with a full at-home cast.
The award-winning actor and Pittsburgh native was seen on the livestreamed fundraiser and heard as the animated character Desmond.
The South Side company anticipates losses of $450,000 and will keep on seven staff members at reduced salaries.
The art and science of the big musical theater voice, from Merman to Menzel to Pittsburgh.
Tickets can be purchased for a link to view the play by Molly Smith Metzler, while the premiere of “Perkup Perkup” has been canceled.
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Shakespeare’s “Henry V” opens the online PlayTIme series on Thursday and Friday.
Artists in 10 Western Pennsylvania counties can apply for $500 in relief from cancellations and closings.
The Pandemic Series variety shows will start Tuesday, streaming live from Hear Corp’s 25 Carrick Ave studio.
Among the cancellations are “The Band’s Visit,” Mandy Moore and the Pittsburgh Humanities Festival, including featured speaker Ira Glass.
Amid university cancellations and postponements, this student production is open for business at the Pittsburgh Playhouse.
Amid COVID-19 concerns, theaters enhance their cleaning practices and monitor risks while proceeding with planned performances.
The play at City Theatre is funny and hopeful at first, as new moms find friendship and support. Then reality throws them each a curveball.
The Downtown company names actress Helena Ruoti and director Justin Emeka to inaugural associate artist program.
The 12th annual Pittsburgh Regional competition moves to Lawrenceville’s Row House Cinema.
The biennial colloquium that had been scheduled for the August Wilson Center is exploring options for fall.
The North Allegheny grad plays the hopeful Telephone Guy in the Tony Award-winning musical.
The Broadway drama comes to the O'Reilly Theater while the film version streams on Netflix
The Carnegie company will showcase the new work “Hoard” before it heads to New York, while leaning toward guest artists and weekend gigs.
The writer for “Shameless” and showrunner for the new Netflix series “Maids” brings her second play to City Theatre on the South Side.
The docuseries, audiobook and book about pioneer Dr. Martin Delany is a passion project for the Wilsonian actor.
The work, researched in and about Pittsburgh, is headed to the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis and A.R.T. in Cambridge, Mass.
CMU grad Adam Richardson’s wild and wooly look and other cat costumes get a close-up look at the Benedum Center.
Monteze Freeland becomes associate producer of the South Side company, amid other staff promotions and hires.
Directing the shows are alumni returnees, with Rachel Stevens at the Pittsburgh Playhouse and Matthew Gardiner at Carnegie Mellon.
While the Downtown company’s Liberty Avenue home base is being remodeled, the plan is for a fall return.