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Every show is unique! Live shows dazzle audiences with brilliant colors and rockin' music in the Buhl Digital Dome. Based on audience requests, our laserists choreograph sight-and-sound spectacles of full-dome proportions! Shows and schedules change quarterly. For schedule details and complete show listings, visit our website or call (412) 237-3400 for more information.
Lessons go from 9pm-10pm. 10pm starts the open salsa session; what a great way to begin your weekend!
An exhibition of four, original, interactive artworks that are “tough” enough to withstand kid handling. Play with a giant kaleidoscope, activate a sculpture with your voice and more! This exhibit is supported by a grant from the Federal Institute of Museum and Library Sciences.
On March 2, the Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show will kick off at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Downtown Pittsburgh with 1500 exhibits from stores in Pittsburgh and surrounding areas. The Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show is a trusted place where visitors can find 10,000 products for the home. Anything needed to renovate, decorate, or build a home or landscape resides in more than 9 acres of space at this 10-day event. In addition, specialty food and pet products are available. The... More Details
On March 2nd, the Waldorf School will be hosting musician Benn Jordan in a rare improvised guitar set. It promises to a creative and inspiring night set in the school's 1913 chapel.
Featuring the works of accomplished dance faculty including Kiesh Lalama-White, Garfield Lemonius, Peter LeBreton Merz, Nicolas Petrov and Ron Tassone, our students shine on the stage at Point Park University.
Emanuel Ax returns for Mozart's engaging Piano Concerto No.22 in E-flat major. Renowned violinist Nikolaj Znaider makes his PSO conducting debut with music from Wagner's exquisite love story of "Tristan und Isolde." Be amused by Elgar's "Enigma Variations," a mystery on many levels with its elusive melody that has had audiences guessing for years. Each movement of this celebrated orchestral work portrays a personal friend of Elgar's.
The blending of Ms. Jeannie Allen's experience as a popular vocalist and pianist, along with her love of God and knowledge of the Bible brings the best of both worlds to the stage in Esther the Musical. Ms. Allen stays true to the biblical book of the Esther while creating a two-hour broadway musical style show with a redeeming message of a sovereign God. The show captivates and delights the audience with a wide variety of songs from ballads to jazz, operatic to Hebrew and Jamaican to broadway. ... More Details
Lawrenceville Gourmet Spaghetti Dinner | BernardDogRun.org/SpaghettiDinner Friday, March 2, 2012 | 4:30 - 9:30 pm Teamster Temple | 4701 Butler Street | Lawrenceville Tickets $11 in advance | $13 at the door | Children under 10 - FREE! The Lawrenceville Gourmet Spaghetti Dinner, founded by the Boys of Lawrenceville, marks its return on Friday, March 2, 2012, at the Teamster Temple in Lawrenceville. This annual fund-raising event will bene?t the Bernard Dog Run, a community initiative to build an... More Details
"Who did it?" "Where did they go?" "How could they?!" Questions spread like wildfire during the Gateway Lodge's MURDER MYSTERY WEEKEND, March 2-4. As you enjoy your weekend getaway in a fireside Jacuzzi suite, your senses pique as mystery takes place all around you. Feel free to proclaim yourself a "sleuth" as you put together the pieces of this ever-twisting mystery. Weekend includes 2 nights in a Fireside Jacuzzi Suite, Saturday meals, Sunday breakfast a... More Details
Join the celebration as 65 of Disney’s unforgettable characters from 18 beloved stories come to life in Disney on Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic! You’ll be captivated by the one and only Mickey Mouse, the irresistible Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck, Jiminy Cricket, Pinocchio and many of the Disney Princesses. Be thrilled by exciting moments from The Lion King; Mulan; and Disney/Pixar’s Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, and Toy Story films; in a skating spectacular filled with... More Details
Join the celebration as 65 of Disney's unforgettable characters from 18 beloved stories come to life in Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic! You'll be captivated by the one and only Mickey Mouse, the irresistible Minnie Mouse, Goofy, Donald Duck, Jiminy Cricket, Pinocchio and many Disney Princesses. Be thrilled by exciting moments from The Lion King; Mulan; and Disney/Pixar’s Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, and Toy Story films; in a skating spectacular filled with magical Disney mom... More Details
Once there was a boy who found himself stuck on the moon…and he was not alone. Follow the intergalactic adventures of a boy and Martian as the picture book by Oliver Jeffers springs into live action. If you love the award-winning stories “How to Catch a Star” and “Lost and Found,” you will be whisked away by this professional production of “The Way Back Home.” Produced by Big Wooden Horse Theatre Company UK. performances held at Byham Theater (Feb. 26) ... More Details
Come and join the Market at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center as we partner with The Bidwell Training Center at the Home & Garden Show! Savings coupons exclusive to the event will be available, along with wares from select merchants. There will be give-aways, as well as a drawing for a basket filled with Market goodies!
The ToonSeum and the Museum of Uncut Funk present Funky Turns Forty, an exhibit celebrating the legacy of the first wave of positive Black animated characters of the 1970s. Until the Civil Rights movement of the late 1950s and 60s, African-Americans were treated as second-class citizens. While prevalent in music and popular culture, Blacks still faced extreme political, economic, and social prejudices. In comics and animation, Blacks were largely ignored or were depicted in broad, derogat... More Details
Mark St. Germain's new hit play imagines an electrifying conversation between Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis about God, love, sex , and the meaning of life.
Form meets at the intersection of function and play in the Children’s Museum new Wheels exhibit. Wheels will challenge our visitors to use their bodies and wheel-based objects to move themselves through space in different ways. A variety of wheels and wheeled vehicles will be introduced throughout the exhibit. Chariots, Swing Cars, Flex Riders, striders, rickshaws and Balance Bikes will be among the possible vehicles for visitors to test.
This exhibition provides an appealing survey of drawing styles and techniques from Randolph Caldecott in the 19th century to Chris Van Allsburg in the 20th—with many delightful and familiar artists in between including Ernest Shepard, Maurice Sendak, Tomie dePaola, and Jules Feiffer. The 40 works on paper by famed illustrators are supplemented by 13 books. Draw Me a Story will be staged with artworks hung slightly lower than usual, step stools available, and reading nooks in the galleries ... More Details
The History Center’s America’s Best Weekly: A Century of The Pittsburgh Courier exhibition provides an in-depth look at the largest and most influential African American newspaper of the past 100 years. The exhibit features rare photos, artifacts, and videos which illustrate The Courier’s significant impact on social change and American journalism. Highlights include the oldest-known existing copy of The Pittsburgh Courier from Nov. 5, 1910, a camera belonging to legendary phot... More Details
We pledge allegiance to it, we parade it, and we display it on occasions both solemn and celebratory. The American flag represents the nation and its people, patriotism, and pride, even during times of war and strife. The Senator John Heinz History Center’s major exhibition, Stars & Stripes: An American Story, sponsored by BNY Mellon, details the stories of the people behind the more than 200 year history of our nation’s most enduring symbol. The 7,000 square foot exhibit was dev... More Details
Free open house featuring heat defying acts of art in Pittsburgh Glass Center’s state-of the-art glass studios. Hot Jams happen during the Penn Avenue Arts Initiative’s Unblurred events on First Fridays!
Forty full-size replicas of machines crafted from Leonardo da Vinci’s own technical drawings will be on display from noon to 8 p.m. daily, beginning Jan. 2, at California University of Pennsylvania.Leonardo da Vinci: Machines in Motion continues through May 6 in the South Conference Wing of the new Convocation Center at Cal U. Doors are open seven days a week.The traveling exhibition invites interaction. Visitors can manipulate and activate most of the machines — the revolving crane,... More Details
Form meets at the intersection of function and play in the Children’s Museum’s new Wheels exhibit. Visitors can use their bodies and wheeled objects to move through exhibit space in different ways. Chariots, swing cars, flex riders, striders, rickshaws and balance bikes will be just a few of vehicles available for visitors to test and enjoy.
PGC’s studio apprentice program has brought nearly 25 young artists to live and work in Pittsburgh over the last seven years. This exhibition will showcase their artwork and tell the story of where they are now.
This new permanent exhibition traces the impact of Pittsburgh's innovations and inventors, highlighting the region's top contributions to art, industry, education, sports, technology, science and much more.