August Wilson Center Hosting Poetry UnpluggedPoet Jessica Care Moore and Amanda Wilson, of the August Wilson Center, stop by to talk about this weekend's Poetry Unplugged event.
Cirque Du Soleil Returns To PittsburghCirque du Soleil is returning to Pittsburgh with their latest show, "Corteo," at PPG Paints Arena. Performer Julie Dionne previews the show.
$10 Ticket Lottery For 'Hamilton' In Pittsburgh Opens SundayStarting Sunday morning, Pittsburghers can take their shot to win $10 tickets to "Hamilton."
Kidsburgh: Pittsburgh CLO Academy Students Take The Stage In 'A Musical Christmas Carol'The Pittsburgh CLO's "A Musical Christmas Carol" is now in its 27th year, and every year, kids make up an important part of the cast; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Country Singer Thomas Rhett Bringing Tour To PittsburghCountry singer Thomas Rhett is coming to Pittsburgh in 2019.
'Marvel Universe Live' Swoops Into PittsburghMarvel superheroes are swooping, flying and battling their way into PPG Paints Arena with "Marvel Universe Live: Age of Heroes." Chad Cramer, who plays Iron Man, and Kevin Myrick, who plays Doctor Strange, stopped by to talk about the show.
Point Park University Student Performs Single Off EPGabe Reed, a Pioneer Recording artist and Point Park University student, performs "Take a Note," an original song off his EP.
Rascal Flatts To Play KeyBank Pavilion In JulyAnother group has been added to the Pittsburgh area's summer concert line-up.
Aliquippa Native Returns To Pittsburgh Stage In 'The Color Purple' TourAn actress from the Pittsburgh area is back home, performing on her hometown stage as she makes her national touring debut on her path to Broadway; KDKA's Bob Allen reports.
Willie Nelson, Dave Matthews, More Take Stage As Farm Aid Returns To BurgettstownFor 32 years, Farm Aid has been a lifeline for struggling family farms, and for the second time, the annual Farm Aid concert has come to the Pittsburgh area; KDKA’s Bob Allen reports.
Jennifer Hudson Performs At Pittsburgh's Pride In The StreetsJennifer Hudson fans didn't mind waiting in a long line to see her stretched all the way down Liberty Avenue; KDKA's Amy Wadas reports.
Performers Rehearse 31-Story High Dance For Arts FestivalPerformers danced their way down the 31-floor facade of Fifth Avenue Place as passersby craned their necks Wednesday afternoon; KDKA's Dave Crawley reports.
Leah De Gruyl Performs Aria From ‘Richard The Lionheart’Pittsburgh Opera resident artist Leah de Gruyl, who plays the male lead of King Richard in the Opera’s production of “Richard The Lionheart,” performs an aria from the show.
Pittsburgh Opera Presents ‘Richard The Lionheart’ With Woman In Leading RoleThe Pittsburgh Opera is excited to present a new production of “Richard the Lionheart” with a woman playing the leading role of King Richard. Pittsburgh Opera resident artist Leah de Gruyl and general director Christopher Hahn discuss the production.
Kidsburgh: Pittsburgh Youth Chorus Opens Doors For KidsMusic is a big part of the holidays, and there's nothing more beautiful than children singing carols; KDKA's Kristine Sorensen reports.
Choral Flash Mob Surprises Shoppers At Local MallMembers of some local singing groups teamed up for a choral flash mob at a local mall Tuesday night.
Cultural Trust Announces Activities For Highmark First Night PittsburghWinners of this year's sing-off competition set the tone, as the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust announced activities for Highmark First Night Pittsburgh; KDKA's Dave Crawley reports.
KD/PG Sunday Edition: Oct. 9, 2016 (Pt. 2)Micah Howard, the chair of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra committee, and Jeremy Branson, vice chairman of the PSO committee, join KDKA’s Stacy Smith and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s David Shribman to discuss the PSO strike.
KD/PG Sunday Edition: Oct. 9, 2016 (Pt. 1)Melia Tourangeau, president and CEO of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, joins KDKA’s Stacy Smith and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s David Shribman to discuss the PSO strike.
New Bag Policy, Security Changes Coming To Cultural Trust VenuesAnyone who recently attended a show at the Benedum Center may have noticed a new sign in the theater lobby announcing security changes for patrons. Pittsburgh Cultural Trust chief security officer Kevin Wilkes explains the changes, which go into effect Oct. 1.