Pittsburgh is a leader in making its performing arts accessible for people with disabilities — whether it’s a physical impairment, visual impairment, hearing impairment or a developmental disability.
The colorful costumes of the Nutcracker Ballet bring the land of the sweets and flowers and sugarplum fairy to life on stage.
Take a trip to the Cultural District in downtown Pittsburgh this Valentine’s Day weekend for comedy, romance, beer tasting and music.
Pittsburgh is full of theatrical productions this time of year and prices have never been more affordable. Read up on these five performances and reserve your tickets now.
On Saturday, Nov. 17, KDKA-TV anchor and host Kristine Sorensen will do something she hasn’t done in over 18 years.
Bored with your workout? Try giving ballet a twirl. Ballet works almost every muscle of the body, increases flexibility and even helps relieve stress.
The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre performs numerous ballets each season. Here are some tips from ballet Principals Christopher Budzynski and Alexandrea Kochis for how to get the most out of your trip to the ballet.