Gone are the days when high school musicals consisted entirely of hits from the 1940s or 1950s. High Schools now present recent smashes like "The Addams Family" and "Little Mermaid."
The art installation Straw Forward at the Carnegie Science Center showcases the impact plastic straws have on the environment.
The much-ballyhooed "Hamilton: An American Musical" is at the Benedum Center in Pittsburgh through Jan. 27. It more than lives up to the hype that surrounds it.
Performers in all genres and talent levels are laying down the sound in monthly 'open mic' sessions at the Church of Atonement in Carnegie.
The band is celebrating the release of its second album, "Fearless Leader," now available at various record stores throughout Pittsburgh.
Meals on Wheels of Peters Township will host “Dishin’ with Meals on Wheels” from 6 to 9 p.m. Nov. 14 at its new McMurray location.
Adventure awaits at "Superheroes of the Sky," the National Aviary’s new season packed with daily activities and experiences that highlight the superpower-like adaptations of amazing birds.
The exhibit "The Negro Motorist Green Book" is at the Senator John Heinz History Center through Aug. 13.
Carnegie Museum of Art is holding its summertime series "Inside Out" beginning Thursday, June 15.
Pittsburgh Dance Council has announced its 2023-24 season, including performances from international companies.
The Jonas Brothers will perform at PPG Paints Arena on Sept. 25 as part of a 35-date stadium and arena tour.
An immersive international touring exhibition from Denmark allows visitors to the PPG Science Pavilion in Pittsburgh to imagine themselves as part of Viking culture.
"We Shall Not Be Moved," a timely exploration of past and present struggles that suggests an alternate future through the eyes of its young protagonists, will be presented at the August Wilson African American Cultural Center in Pittsburgh starting Saturday.
Art All Night Pittsburgh, which allows anyone to be an artist, kicks off Saturday and ends Sunday afternoon.
A letter that was never meant to be seen, a lie that was never meant to be told, a life he never dreamed he could have. Evan Hansen is about to get the one thing he’s always wanted: a chance to finally fit in.
The multi-venue spring '23 Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District is an open house showcasing Pittsburgh’s dynamic art and entertainment scene with 17 crawl stops.
Nine concerts and more than 50 performers will perform during Jazz Poetry Month, which kicks off May 3 at Alphabet City in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh Public Theater has announced its 2023-24 season, which will include world premieres, adaptations and stories from Broadway stars.
The Frick Pittsburgh is displaying four rare editions of Shakespeare's works from the 1600s.
This spring, visitors to Frick Pittsburgh will be able to add a new dimension to their museum-going experience through the Duquesne SoundWalk at the Frick, a collaboration between the Frick and students of Duquesne University's Mary Pappert School of Music, which brings the sounds of Frick past into the present.
Live piano music wafted from the second-floor landing of Mt. Lebanon High School, down to the first floor, setting the soundtrack for an interactive multimedia art installation where Alice and the Queen of Hearts invited visitors to play croquet beneath a sky of white lace umbrellas March 31…
We've all had those dreams where we have to take an exam after blowing off class for the whole semester or we're about to walk out on stage in a play and we don't know any of the lines.
A replica of the original Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh has been added to the Miniature Railroad and Village at Carnegie Science Center.
The world has gone mad today, but the cast and crew of this year’s Peters Township High School musical are hoping you’ll get a kick out of “Anything Goes.”
Two Pittsburgh museums have been named best museums in the United States by USA Today.
The Pittsburgh Area Theatre Organ Society is presenting the 1956 French featurette "The Red Balloon" with the accompaniment of a theater organ at Keystone Oaks High School in Dormont on Friday, April 14.
Pittsburgh Opera has announced its 2023-24 season, the company's 85th.
Guinness Book of World Records-holding master bubble wrangler Jeff Boyer takes bubbles to the max with big bubble flair by creating bubble rainbows with people inside, gigantic bubbles that blow their own bubbles and more for the show Big Bubbles Bonanza.
Starting in June, creative kids and nature lovers alike can attend a variety of weeklong camps at Carnegie Museums of Art and Natural History.
Watercolor Works from the Garden will open March 16 in the welcome center of the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden.
Former Talking Heads guitarist Jerry Harrison and fellow guitarist Adrian Belew are bringing the "Remain in Light" to the Roxian Theatre in McKees Rocks.
The Western Pennsylvania Sports Museum is displaying the four Super Bowl rings and a Pro Football Hall of Fame ring awarded to the late Pittsburgh Steelers legend Franco Harris.
Upper St. Clair High School’s Performing Arts Department will present “On the Twentieth Century” the first two weekends in March in the school’s theater. Directed by Tom Hunsberger, the curtain rises at 7:30 p.m. March 3-4 and March 9-11. A 2 p.m. matinee is offered on Sunday, March 5.
The Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall, located at 300 Beechwood Ave. in Carnegie, will feature two productions this month.
The show that’s synonymous with musical theater and Broadway, “A Chorus Line” will be presented at the State Theatre Center for the Arts in Uniontown.
More than 35 million people around the world have experienced the smash hit phenomenon that is Blue Man Group as they return to Pittsburgh for a limited engagement on their new North American tour.
2022 Billboard Music Awards’ Top Country Tour honoree Eric Church brings his critically acclaimed live show to new audiences in new ways this year, headlining outdoor venues throughout the summer with “The Outsiders Revival Tour”.
What if the blood-thirsty plunderers you once thought you knew were just misunderstood explorers, farmers, tradesmen who were highly skilled?
Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad will run Jan. 20-29 at the New Hazlett Theater on the Northside.
Three Pittsburgh performing arts organizations are presenting a musical on the life of civil rights activist Fannie Lou Hamer.
The National Aviary in Pittsburgh has announced that “Seaside Escape” is its new seasonal theme.
"Here You Come Again," a musical built around hit songs by Dolly Parton, is being presented by the Pittsburgh CLO starting next week.
Pittsburgh Public Theater is celebrating the holiday season with an all-new stage production of Phillip Grecian's "A Christmas Story."
The Senator John Heinz History Center is marking the holidays by showcasing artifacts and images throughout its first-floor Great Hall exploring how Western Pennsylvanians have celebrated major winter holidays, including Christmas, Hanukkah, Diwali and Kwanzaa.
Christmas Day is a little more than two weeks away, and those looking to get into the spirit with a holiday-themed concert, show, movie or event are in luck.
Touchstone Center for Crafts is celebrating their 50th anniversary with an exhibit auction at Fallingwater to the end of December.
A touring production of the beloved musical "Les Miserables" is coming to Pittsburgh next week.
Santa Claus will be taking a break from the North Pole and visiting the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum in the holiday season.
The Harmony Singers of Pittsburgh will present a holiday concert, “Sing of a Merry Christmas,” on Friday, Dec. 9 at Brightwood Christian Church in Bethel Park.
The Andy Warhol Museum has uncovered the master tapes of the classic 1967 album "The Velvet Underground and Nico."
Dallas Black Dance Theatre will perform at the Pittsburgh Playhouse this weekend for two performances.