Pittsburgh Public Theater

‘Billy Strayhorn: Something to Live For’ at The Public (Tues., 9/19/23)

‘Billy Strayhorn: Something to Live For’

' (l. to r.): Hambone (Ananias J Dixon)

Catch The Public’s ‘Two Trains Running’ to August Wilson’s 1968 Pittsburgh

‘Two Trains Running’ demonstrates August Wilson’s mastery of dialogue.

' treatment of Black persons remains the central issue

April ’22 Theater Guide: Spring Breakthrough

It’s a really big month in Pittsburgh live theater.

‘The Chief’ Continues at Pittsburgh Public Theater (Tues., 10/26/21)

‘The Chief’

New York's Universes ensemble roars into Pittsburgh to kick off the 2021-22 season at City Theatre.

October Theater Guide: They’re Back

It’s a nearly normal live theater season in Pittsburgh, with plenty of local and touring companies in action.

Would you trust this man to bring you a spanakopita? Jason Shavers is the waiter in 'Slow Food.' (Photo courtesy of the artist)

The Public’s ‘Slow Food’ Online Film Opens (Tues., 10/5/21)

‘Slow Food’

Conductor Manfred Honeck and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra perform a preview of pieces from their upcoming season on Friday night. (photo: Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra).|Pittsburgh Opera's Downtown Divas will be singing on Saturday afternoon. (photo: Pittsburgh Opera).|Sierra Sellers and Byron Nash perform Friday evening.

Lights On!: A Celebration of the Arts in the Cultural District

The Cultural District’s Lights On! celebration signals a return to near normal for Pittsburgh arts organizations.

|Lesley Nicol.

August Wilson, Agatha Christie, and a New ‘The Chief’ Among Pittsburgh Public Theater New Season Offerings

A wide range of plays is on tap this season at The Public.

Season Finale for The Public’s PlayTime Series (Thurs., 6/17/21)

‘When We Fall’

‘Black Ballerina’ Streaming at Pittsburgh Public Theater (Thurs., 5/20/21)

‘Black Ballerina’

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