<i>The Guard</i> at City Theatre

The Guard at City Theatre

The Guard is a banquet for the eye as well as the mind


Daddy Long Legs at Pittsburgh Public Theater

The production is a jaunty good time

Beth Corning and dance legend Donald Byrd ask WHAT’S MISSING?

“We are allowing the audience to see what is happening from very different perspectives”

A Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre collaboration with Dance Theatre of Harlem yields generally positive results

“Brahms Variations” proved a delightful showcase of DTH dancers’ classical pedigree and youthful energy

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at Cup-A-Jo Productions

This production is daring and alive

Texture Contemporary Ballet closes its season with a program of new works

“I was enthralled by the grandness and fullness of their music.”

Dreamgirls at Pittsburgh Musical Theater

It’s one of the most entertaining musicals of the past 50 years

Findings at Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Co.

Capable of lifting both eyebrows and hearts, this play offers an instructive evening’s enjoyment

1984 at Prime Stage Theatre

Richard Keitel directs an adaptation of George Orwell’s 1949 dystopian novel

Political comic Lee Camp returns

“America has woken up and I think that’s probably a good thing.”

Ragtime at Carnegie Mellon School of Drama

Something full of Americana becomes a harrowingly relevant story

Korean contemporary dance company Bereishit makes its Pittsburgh debut

Works combine dance and traditional Korean music

Big Love at Point Park Conservatory

It’s fun. It’s entertaining. But it’s not profound.

Annual showcase highlights choreography by Point Park dance faculty

Program features Kiesha Lalama and other talents



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