The performing arts are always in the spotlight in Pittsburgh. In the dynamic downtown Cultural District which hosts some 2,300 performances, or at neighborhood theaters in the south and east of the city, the theater, music and dance scene is unparalleled! Purchase the best seats at the best prices for any of the performances within the Pittsburgh Cultural District!
In Clemente: The Legend of 21, three of the most influential people in Pittsburgh Pirates' great Roberto Clemente's life meet at his funeral to reminisce about their life with him. Their stories transport the audience from Clemente's early years in Puerto Rico, through is 18-year tenure with the Pirates to the tragic accident on New Year's Eve. See this heartfelt tribute at the Byham Theater in the downtown Cultural District, Sept. 19-21.
Don't miss what the New York Times calls "the best musical of the century" as The Book of Mormon comes back to Pittsburgh, Sept. 23-Oct. 5 at Heinz Hall.
Six great stars from hundreds of years apart find themselves together in a strange and wondrous hotel. How do Sarah Bernhardt, Oscar Wilde and Jim Morrison end up at the same breakfast table? Find out when Pittsburgh Public Theater presents the world premiere of Ed Dixon's new comedy L'Hotel, Nov. 13-Dec. 14 at the O'Reilly Theater.
Continue your connection to art with one-of-a-kind exhibitions at a variety of museums and galleries in the region.