Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company perform <i>Analogy/Dora: Tramontane</i>

Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company perform Analogy/Dora: Tramontane

This new work is sure to be a highlight of the dance season


An Accident at Off the Wall

The play is Lydia Stryk’s testament to the power of dialogue

The Toxic Avenger at Pittsburgh CLO

A musical adaptation of the cult film is goofy fun

The Fantasticks at Pittsburgh Public Theater

Jamen Nanthakumar and Mary Elizabeth Drake are so cute you wanna hang them on a Christmas tree

A conversation with Nemr Abou Nassar

The Lebanese King of Comedy on love, hate and standup in the Middle East

Pittsburgh Opera presents Richard Strauss’s Salome

“The opera that shocked the world.”

The River at Quantum Theatre

There are so many layers and word plays in this fish tale

Intimate Apparel at University of Pittsburgh Stages

What an exquisite piece of playwriting this 2003 drama is

Diary of a Madman and “Poe’s Last Night” at Metropolis Theater

A pair of solo shows interprets two 19th-century literary giants

Playboy of the Western World at Carnegie Mellon Drama

Joe Essig looks so comfortable in his role that he can make you forget you’re watching a play

A conversation with Tig Notaro

“It’s a kind of cycle of giving to each other and healing each other.”

A controversial attempt to honor a butoh master comes to town

“I was interested in looking within and thought Kazuo Ohno was the best model for that”

Hand to God at City Theatre

This swift and adrenaline-driven dark comedy never slows its steady stream of trenchant gags.

Titus Andronicus at Cup-A-Jo Productions

The play is short on logic but long on stagecraft and action

I’m Gonna Pray For You So Hard at The REP

Feiffer keeps the players too shackled to her devices to surprise us

Luv at Little Lake Theater Co.

The cast’s overwrought interactions never fail to generate a laugh

Little by Little at South Park Theatre

A review of Little By Little at South Park Theatre.

With Impulse, Texture decides that less is more

“First impressions and stereotypes can affect how your art is looked at.”

Martha Graham Dance Company marks its 90th anniversary

Program includes Graham classics and new works inspired by her legacy

Russian Grand Ballet visits with Sleeping Beauty

“The lighter it looks, the more power it takes to perform.”

Hannibal Buress and the art of “why?”

An interview with Hannibal Buress.



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