Saturday, November 17, 2018

Ready, Set, Sing: Five Surprising Facts about the Pittsburgh Opera’s New Season

The Pittsburgh Opera recently opened their latest season with Tosca and The Marriage of Figaro was next - but did you know that the...

Broadway in the ‘Burgh: The Best of 2018

One of the highlights of the new year are the numerous theatrical productions, including opera, plays and more. From laugh-out-loud comedies to thrilling romances,...

Tarzan is a Primal Lesson in Vocal Mastery

Pittsburgh Musical Theater is closing out their 25th season with Disney's Tarzan The Musical, a somewhat juxtaposed interpretation of the animated Disney film from...
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‘Waitress’ To Cast Local Talent in Very Special Part

A queue of young actresses formed inside of the Trust Arts Education Center on Liberty Avenue for a role that required just one line—and...

“Skippy John Jones; Snow What” reintroduces us to CAPA alumni Kailee Ann Graham

Written By: Krista Graham Kailee Ann Graham:  From CAPA to TheatreWorks USA National Tour! Kailee Ann Graham was born to Rhonda and Gregory Graham of Carrick,...

The Man Behind ‘The Long Walk’: An Interview with Author Brian Castner

In 2012, The Long Walk: A Story of War and the Life That Follows was released. The war memoir, and story of his...

Lyndsey Smith “God-Daughter of Soul” sings May 10th at “Women Who Rock”

Lyndsey Smith is an R&B, Jazz and Soul Singer with a voice that truly comes from pain and triumph. This Jersey Shore native credits...

Pittsburgh Opera’s Second World Premiere Goes Intimate with Ashes & Snow

After 78 years of operation, the Pittsburgh Opera presented its first world premiere in 2017 with The Summer King. Continuing this tradition-in-the-making, on February...

Pittsburgh Public Theater Looks Forward and Welcomes the Future Home

Pittsburgh has always had a welcoming reputation; anytime someone transplants here they say that it is friendly and genuine. It was said again by...

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