Sweet Sweet Music
‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ Roars at the Manor (Wed., 12/2/20)
'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom'
“Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” Comes to the Big Screen
African-American musicians of the Roaring Twenties roar to life in the film made from August Wilson's play.
Counting Crows and Live in Concert at KeyBank; August Wilson’s ‘How I learned What I learned’ Opens at New Hazlett (Thurs., 8/30/18)
Counting Crows and Live, 'How I learned What I Learned'
August Theater Guide: Seasonal Variations, Strange Bedfellows
Live theater in Pittsburgh this month includes an odd assortment of shows that reflect the oncoming segue from summer to fall.
April Theater Guide: A Deluge of Strong Shows
Pittsburgh theater companies aren't tripping lightly into spring; they're storming in.
Denzel Washington and Viola Davis Make for Strong “Fences”
"Fences" is an emotional, dialogue driven film written by Pittsburgh born playwright August Wilson. Denzel Washington directs and stars opposite Viola Davis in the movie.
Pittsburgh Playwrights ‘Seven Guitars’ Delivers Authentic August Wilson Experience
A masterful play with interesting characters, romance and murder.
May Theater Preview: Silly Season
Not to complain. Silly is good. And there's a lot of it on Pittsburgh stages this month.
March Theater Preview: Time Marches On
Pittsburgh's live-theater forecast for the month includes the ghosts of the past and the wave of the new.