Part of the charm of
Pittsburgh lies in its many cultural arts institutions. There are more per
capita, than any other city in the country. Visit the beautifully restored
Center for the Performing Arts or
stop by the Heinz Hall courtyard
for a brief respite by a two-story waterfall.
- ON THE SOUTH SIDE
Corner of Bingham & 17th Street
Contemporary dramas and comedies that are performed in this historically renovated church that is located on the South Side.
PITTSBURGH BALLET THEATRE
Brilliant classical ballet productions brought to life.
PITTSBURGH CENTER FOR THE ARTS
6300 5th Ave., (Shadyside)
Visual and performing events are held here throughout the year. Call for
The CLO Cabaret is showing Ring of Fire, May 22- August 17; and Dixie’s Tupperware Party, September 4-October 12.
Grand opera company that is under the direction of Mark Weinstein.
The nationally recognized theater company under the direction of Ted Pappas produces fresh interpretations of classics, musicals, contemporary, and new drama.
One of the nation’s outstanding symphony orchestras. Also includes
Pittsburgh Symphony Pops concerts and Pittsburgh Broadway Series.
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