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...

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...

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...

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...

Family Drama Brings Tears and Laughter with The Humans

The Humans opened at Pittsburgh Public Theater just in time for Thanksgiving. The Humans takes place at Brigid and Richard's new apartment in Chinatown...

Oscar Wilde at the Frick: PICT Brings the Legend to Life

The grand mansions and ornate galleries of the Frick Pittsburgh are home to incredible art collections and antique carriages, bringing...

Dinosaurs, Animation, Activism and More at the Third Annual Pittsburgh Humanities Festival

The Pittsburgh Humanities Festival comes back for its third year, hosted by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and the Humanities Center of Carnegie Mellon University....

“A Funny Thing Happened…”: Pappas Brings a Sondheim Comedy Classic to the Pittsburgh Public...

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum opens on January 25th at Pittsburgh Public Theater. Set in ancient Rome, A Funny Thing...

“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,...

4.48 Psychosis is Manic Brilliance

Walking into the Carnegie Stage, the set for 4.48 Psychosis, a play written by Sarah Kane, and directed by Robyne Parrish, echoed the mist...

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