Pittsburgh runs amuck with great performances for adults, kids and families each holiday season. When the weather starts to get cold and everyone needs indoor entertainment, this city is the place to be for all things theater. Take a break from sled riding, holiday shopping and office parties to see the best shows this holiday season.
This summer, there are musicals, plays, comedians and a unique Pittsburgh version of dinner theatre on the menu for you in the Cultural District.
Ballet is alive and well in Pittsburgh. Add these five ballet events and classes to your must-do list this year.
The always dapper George Hamilton takes the Benedum stage in the role of “Georges,” master of ceremonies in a drag nightclub on the French Riviera. The longtime actor considers ”La Cage aux Folles” the anthem of the gay community.
“La Cage Aux Folles” opened at the Benedum Center this week and will be running through Sunday.
Twenty-five years have passed since the old Stanley Theater was re-born as the Benedum Center.
On Saint Patrick’s Day, some people work very hard to make sure they are wearing something green. But there is one visitor to Pittsburgh who takes the “wearing of green” to a whole new level. It’s no easy task to make an actor into a green ogre.
Pittsburgh’s Cultural District has many shows appropriate for the whole family. If you’re looking for something that you and your children will enjoy, there are many performances coming into downtown Pittsburgh. Note: For productions in the Cultural District, both children and adults need tickets.
Visit the links below for more information on today’s guests and topics: Mary Poppins at the Benedum Jennifer Antkowiak’s BeliefNet Blog Mall at Robinson Dr. Nancy Mramor, Health Psychologist National Aviary Pet Parrot Workshops
Visit the links below for more details on today’s guests and topics: Living Pittsburgh: Free & Affordable Friday Joan Nathan Doug Oster Kelly-Strayhorn Theater Benedum Center: Curious George Live!