Music & Theater
in Pittsburgh, PA (showing 1 - 12 out of 30)

If you’re looking for a fun alternative to the same old movie theater outing – whether with friends or family – take a look at our music & theater options. This area is full of exciting things to do, including theatrical productions and musicals.

Check out our venues below and add some magic to your days. Each listing includes a more detailed description of the venue and the events they host, as well as their name, address, phone number, website, and driving directions.

Andy Warhol Museum

117 Sandusky St
Pittsburgh, PA 15212   Directions

(412) 237-8300


Celebrate the life and art of the Pittsburgh native pop icon at the Andy Warhol Museum. Andy Warhol influenced the world with his pop culture art pieces. Get a chance to view the world’s largest collection of his work, and see works by other artists who were influenced and inspired by him.

Attack Theatre

2425 Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15222   Directions

(412) 281-3305


Attack Theatre is known for combining "ninja-like intensity" with their dance-based performances. This theatre troupe presents a variety of traditional and non-traditional entertainment in modern dance, original live music, multimedia and interdisciplinary art forms. See them in their home city or on one of their national and international tours.

Bricolage Production Company

937 Liberty Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15222   Directions

(412) 471-0999


Immerse yourself in a theatrical experience by the Bricolage Production Company. This unique theater is driven by an intense artist-audience connection—performances are meant to challenge audiences to engage in new ways, react and express their opinions about the various artistic mediums and provocative works.

Byham Theater

101 6th St
Pittsburgh, PA 15222   Directions

(412) 456-6666


A former vaudeville house, the renovated Byham Theater is now used as a production stage for several local theater groups. This landmark building is located in Pittsburgh’s Cultural District and is part of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, dedicated to presenting the best of touring Broadway, contemporary dance, family events, cutting-edge visual arts and other entertainment in the city.

Carnegie Mellon School of Drama

5000 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15213   Directions

(412) 268-2068


See a performance envisioned by the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama, the oldest degree-granting drama program in the United States. This university theater showcases the works of its undergraduate acting, musical theater, directing, design, dramaturgy, production and technology management students in every show.

Carnegie Museum of Art

4400 Forbes Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15213   Directions

(412) 622-3131


Art aficionados will want to stop by the Carnegie Museum of Art. This museum displays art dating from prehistoric times to the present from all over the world, although it mainly focuses on contemporary American and European works. See the masterpieces of famous artists from the past as well as modern artwork done in new media, like films.

City Theatre

1300 Bingham St
Pittsburgh, PA 15203   Directions

(412) 431-4400


Described as Pittsburgh’s most adventurous theater, City Theatre specializes in producing new plays and contemporary productions that appeal to a diverse audience. Witness the development of a new show at this professional not-for-profit theater and support local actors, artists and playwrights. City Theatre offers different shows in its three entertainment facilities during each season, so there are plenty of performances to choose from.

Gemini Children's Theater

420 Chartiers Ave
McKees Rocks, PA 15136   Directions

(412) 243-6464


Greensburg Civic Theatre

951 Old Salem Rd
Greensburg, PA 15601   Directions

(724) 836-7529


Kelly-Strayhorn Theater

5941 Penn Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15206   Directions

(412) 363-3000


Mc Keesport Little Theatre

1614 Coursin St
McKeesport, PA 15132   Directions

(412) 673-1100


New Hazlett Theater

6 Allegheny Sq
Pittsburgh, PA 15212   Directions

(412) 320-4610


Built in 1889 as the Carnegie Musical Hall, the current New Hazlett Theater is not only a historical landmark but also an enthusiastic host to many local theater performances. Up to 500 audience members can take in any of the diverse live theatrical productions, dance performances and music events that are held in this entertainment space.

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