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Christopher Jackson, a star of the CBS drama “Bull,” will visit Midland for the showcase of high school musical theater talent.
Pittsburgh Public Theater presents Paula Vogel’s play with music that makes a statement about standing with art in the face of prejudice.
Public Theater and historian Eric Lidji collaborate on a program about the city’s “true, fascinating” history of Yiddish theater.
The play by CMU alum Matt Schatz, directed by Marc Masterson, speaks loudly about elder care and the dangers of reading between the lines.
Crude doesn’t begin to describe the hit musical, yet we can’t get enough of it. Here’s a look at why as the show returns to Pittsburgh.
The “Come From Away” star will play “Peter Pan”; former “American Idol” contestant Young heads into “Rock of Ages.”
The readings and post-show discussions Saturday and Sunday include two works in further development since the 2018 SPARK Festival.
The “9/12 musical” at the Benedum Center provides a glimpse into the best of humanity during the worst of times.
At 88, the “Star Trek” and “Boston Legal” star is still touring to meet his galaxy of fans, including the Steel City Con this weekend.
There’s also a short history of “The History Boys”; saying farewell to “Kinky Boots” on Broadway and a nod to awards season.
As the 9/12 musical ‘Come From Away’ lands in Pittsburgh, John Chips recalls generosity of the people who took in thousands of strangers.
Former Capt. Beverley Bass recalls the kindness of strangers after 9/11, when thousands of people were stranded in a small Canadian town.
PICT Classic Theatre is gearing up for its season finale by giving patrons the opportunity to bask in the world of privilege.
“The Burdens” by CMU alum Matt Schatz is an example of how one play hopped on the readings “hamster wheel” and hopped off on the South Side.
Actor, singer and author Leslie Odom Jr., who won the 2016 Tony as best actor in a musical, will be the featured speaker on May 19.
The sixth annual festival moves its showcase of performances to venues in East Liberty, Bloomfield and Garfield -—and one that comes to you.
The sixth annual festival will feature 49 international, national and local works in venues from Bloomfield to Garfield to East Liberty.
E. Clayton Cornelious dons the Legacy Robe in an opening-night ceremony for the Broadway musical “Ain’t Too Proud.”
Following a backlash over a rebranding effort, the new name for the Pittsburgh venue is: August Wilson African American Cultural Center.
The actor who portrays Simon Wiesenthal continues the famed Nazi hunter’s mission of remembrance and tolerance.
A “comprehensive” list of African-American theaters in the U.S. at first left out August Wilson’s hometown — but not anymore.
The three-day schedule set by the Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon covers a gamut of topics, including events celebrating teen literature.
City Theatre pulls together a well-matched odd couple for a lively production on the South Side.
Patrons entering the O’Reilly Theater will be welcomed by the new security measures that began being rolled out Downtown in October.
The 2019-20 Broadway in Pittsburgh season includes shows featuring Jimmy Buffett songs and a Donna Summer.bio-musical.
The Downtown company pulls from writers with names such as Sorkin, Simon and Menken, and throws in a yinzer holiday twist.
Here in Greensburg, we’re following along as the theater company has 14 1/2 hour to put on “Children of Eden” from scratch.
The company starts at 5:30 a.m. from scratch and goes until the houselights dim for a performance at the Palace Theatre.
The former leader of the Downtown theater company returns to direct Lisa Velten Smith in the Pittsburgh debut of the Broadway hit.
The actresses make a quick changeover for their odd-couple roles in a contemporary new play by Jen Silverman.
Playwright Sarah Kosar comes to Off the Wall from London, stirring up a feast of emotions in an exploration of familial love and grief.