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Arts groups scramble after the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts reneges on grants for operating expenses.
“Aint’ Too Proud” moves to next season, with “Hadestown” and “Tootsie” bookending 2020-21, and “Hamilton” in January.
“Margaritaville” actor Trent Soyster and Rockette Maddie Rodrigue create viral video in his family’s Franklin Park home.
RealTime Interventions and BOOM Concepts are among the local creators taking their works to “The Show Must Go(Online).”
“A Man of No Importance” and “Grand Hotel” have been rescheduled for next summer, with the same casts.
South Hills native Kara Mikula tells a harrowing story of fighting COVID-19 in a New York City hospital during the worst days of the pandemic.
Al Franken, “Angels in America: Part One” and the return of “Pippin” are among the highlights if Point Park and theaters return in the fall,
Billy Porter, Ted Danson, Ming-Na Wen, David Tepper and more participate in the virtual graduation for Carnegie Mellon students worldwide.
Amid the glut of online content, the communal creation stands out as something unexpected in the realm of theatrical engagement.
The fate of national tours, such as those coming here for the PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh 2020-21 season, has not yet been announced.
Dr. Vernell A. Lillie, May 11, 1931-May 11, 2020
You now can watch the film version of the Broadway smash hit that had been due to open in movie theaters next year.
The 2020 new-play festival will be presented via "The Show Must Go On(line) Pittsburgh” webcast, which airs daily at 7 p.m.
“The Central Park Five” opera was first produced as “Five,” directed by Mark Clayton Southers of Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre.
The filmed version of the 2001 Pittsburgh Public Theater production will stream for free starting 2 p.m. Friday.
Designer Joseph Brunetti joins actor brother Ted in raising funds for Nick Cordero, who had his leg amputated due to COVID-19.
The off-Broadway Lortel Awards allowed New York theater to honor some of the stars of 2019, including Michele Pawk and Christian Borle.
The Point Park Conservatory program will choose six new works with the hope of holding readings and discussions at the Rauh Theatre.
Quintin Michalski has no regrets about shaving his head for a high school musical “The Addams Family” even though the show is canceled.
The award-winning playwright, born April 27, 1945, will be remembered by a starry list of Wilsonian actors and scholars.
In the age of social distancing, the cultural center joins other Western Pennsylvania arts organizations in jumping online.
“Jersey Boys” tour and new production of “Kinky Boots” are on the 2021 slate as
Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks’ annual birthday bash salutes the Bard, who lived through a wave of plagues in the 1600s.
The annual arts and music event and Children’s Theater Festival will move to a digital platform for 2020.
Tony-winner Ali Strokers and Tony- and Emmy-nominee Brandon Victor Dixon are part of the series, entering its ninth season.
Zooming into a home near you, local performers find new ways to connect with audiences and students.
The Jersey Boy and “Madam Secretary” actor called a few friends, and the online show delivered stars from Morgan Freeman to Barry Manilow.
In this time of social distancing, the ability of the arts to bridge what separates us will be celebrated with three new works.
When curtain goes up, the 2020-21 Broadway in Pittsburgh series features a batch of award-winning productions.
“For the first time in the history of the Trust, we could be facing a significant operating deficit.” — Kevin McMahon
Broadway closures force the postponement of the 74th annual Tony Awards on a tough Wednesday for the theater world.