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The annual festival, with productions and readings of selected works by students in grades 7-12, is scheduled for January 2021.
Arts groups scramble after the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts reneges on grants for operating expenses.
A slate of online courses and workshops includes actors and behind-the-scenes luminaries from Broadway to Hollywood.
Pittsburgh Public Theater presents an online adaptation that highlights Shylock's connection to family in “Merchant of Venice.”
Send iimages from your school and we will showcase the hard work that has gone unseen because of COVID-19.
Your daily dose of things to do, watch and listen to from home.
How to stay entertained while social distancing.
A selection of performances by Pittsburgh and national artists.
Mysheree Key, Jamaica Johnson Shakyna Golphin finished as the top three at the celebration in Lawrenceville.
There’s “Much Ado” about Colm Feore as “Richard III” and “Monty Python’s Spamalot,” among the Critic’s Choice shows in Canada.
The Post-Gazette Critic’s Choice tour leaves April 26 and includes the latest from Tom Stoppard drama.
Three theatrical works to get to know, from the Pittsburgh Cultural District to Oakland.
The finals will be held Monday, Feb. 17, at the O’Reilly Theater, home of Pittsburgh Public Theater.
The Pittsburgh native brings early glam to the Academy Awards’ red carpet.
The actors worked together in “A Doll’s House Part 2” at the Public and continued to shine in Pittsburgh theaters throughout the year.
The 2020 trip includes a welcoming dinner, a guided walking tour and up to four plays, including the latest by Tom Stoppard.
They are dancing, reading, writing poetry, making music and videos, and helping spread fashion.
Whether you prefer a full house or more legroom, here’s a quick guide on which cultural institutions’ performance days tend to fill fastest.
Social media and streaming were the dominant stories, plus #MeToo justice, TV obsessions and viral sensations.
The annual Pittsburgh Cultural Trust will feature a parade, music, fireworks, theater and more.
A roundup of live music and festive parties.
“Cambodian Rock Band” at City Theatre and a few Pittsburgh Public productions stood out in a year of moving and timely productions.
“I never dreamed a dream that this was actually a dream,” said lighting designer Natasha Katz, an inductee at the Broadway ceremony.
Holiday events at the O’Reilly Theater include “Pittsburgh Lights & Legends,” a “Christmas Vacation” screening and breakfast with Santa.
From homeless to national television to his own special on BET, comedian Preacher Lawson has been one busy guy.
Since 2015, the foundation has give out grants in twice-a-year cycles totaling more than $5.3 million.