Pittsburgh theater fans are first to see a new play about immigrants in New York City.
All the February rain has sprouted some very nice March musical flowers.
Pittsburgh live theater in March includes a bunch of shows that are multi-ethnic, multinational, multimedia, and/or genre-busting.
Kinetic Theatre brings an intriguing new Sherlock Holmes play to Pittsburgh.
Ryoichi Kurokawa is a Japanese electronic artist. The videos in his Pittsburgh show give the viewer a profound buzz.
Barebones presents a new comedy that filters historical nonsense through today’s lens of weirdness.
Pittsburgh live theater this month includes more musicals than you could shake a stick at—or would want to—plus intriguing non-musical plays.
The new show that Cirque brings to Pittsburgh is a circus on ice.
One-person plays and Broadway musicals are the main draws in Pittsburgh theater this month.
The city’s biggest party is a winner in more ways than you might know.