Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Releases Updated PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh Slate

The touring production of 'The Band's Visit' has star power in the co-leads. Here, Broadway luminary Chilina Kennedy expounds to Sasson Gabay, who starred in the film on which the musical is based. 'The Band's Visit' is one of many powerful shows in Pittsburgh this month. (photo: Matthew Murphy)

The touring production of ‘The Band’s Visit’ in 2020 had star power in the co-leads. Here, Broadway luminary Chilina Kennedy expounds to Sasson Gabay, who starred in the film on which the musical is based. The production returns this fall to pick up where it left off. (photo: Matthew Murphy)

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust released today its updated schedule and shows for the PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh 2021-2022 series. When covid hit The Band’s Visit was in mid-run and the remaining performances were then cancelled. The series picks back up right where it left off with The Band’s Visit opening the slate and running October 28-31. Thankfully Hamilton remains on the schedule with the Tony Award-winning production onstage February 22 to March 13, 2022. Many were looking forward to also seeing Hadestown, but that has now been bumped to November 2022. Beautiful – The Carole King Musical has been added as a season special in March 2022. Here is the full schedule:

The Band’s Visit  October 28-31, 2021 (six performances)
Summer: The Donna Summer Musical  November 16-21, 2021 (eight performances)
Oklahoma!  January 4-9, 2022 (eight performances)
Pretty Woman  February 1-6, 2022 (eight performances)
Hamilton  February 22-March 13, 2022 (32 performances)
Beautiful – The Carole King Musical  March 18-20 (five performances)
To Kill A Mockingbird  April 19-24, 2022 (eight performances)
Ain’t Too Proud  May 17-22, 2022 (eight performances)

For tickets and more information visit the PNC in Broadway web page.

Staging and lighting help to bring out the show’s power.

Staging and lighting help to bring out the show’s power in ‘Hamilton’s prior Pittsburgh run. It’s back this season for an encore run.

Rick Handler is the executive producer of Entertainment Central.