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If you are Jazz musician, than this is the networking event for you! Jump into Pittsburgh's vibrant jazz scene by mingling and performing with Pittsburgh's finest jazz artist at Little E's (right in the Cultural District). $5.00 cover charge.
Improv Comedy Jam is the perfect way to spend your Thursday nights! Whether you are either a aspiring stand-up comedian or actor-in-training, there's always something to learn, see and participate in at Cabaret at Theater Square!
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.
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.
DITCH THE WORKOUT—JOIN THE PARTY™! Thursdays 7:30 PM-8:30 PM At the Carnegie Performing Arts Center ZUMBA® Fitness Classes are Latin aerobic-dance workouts! Explore the rhythms of Merengue, Salsa, Cumbia, Reggaeton, Samba, Flamenco, Tango, and Belly Dance in a fun and energetic atmosphere. Burn calories, shed fat, tone your body, and have so much fun you will forget your are working out! Class Rates: $12 Drop In or Monthly rate of $10 per class Classes are located at the Carnegie... More Details
Award-winning artist Rhonda Vincent will perform contemporary bluegrass -- traditional American music newly influenced by pop, rock, and jazz — in the Convocation Center at California University of Pennsylvania. Tickets are $19 and $29 and are available at all Ticketmaster outlets, online at www.calucenter.com, and at the Convocation Center box office, open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
Free Seminar for Real Estate Investors - OwnAmerica and the Investor Center were created by Greg Rand, a 20-year real estate industry veteran and author of the book Crash Boom! to prevent investors from getting burned. Potential real estate investors in the Pittsburgh area can join Greg Rand and Prudential Preferred Realty sales associates at a free public seminar on Thursday, November 15, at the Sheraton Station Square, from 6-8 p.m. Anyone interested in attending to learn more about building a... More Details
Nov 15th-Basically, bring your geekiest or most hilarious prized possession. Whether it be your macaroni-made starship enterprise, your most coveted lock of hair plucked from the head of that kid from The Christmas Story, whatever you can find (or make up) bring it and also bring a really good story!
As a singer, guitarist, composer, and diplomat, Gil plays a key role in the modernization of Brazilian popular music and culture throughout the world. The next stop for this tireless cultural prelate will feature his latest project, “For All”, which features the reinvention of folkloric, celebratory, Baião music of Northeast Brazil.
Join Global Solutions Pittsburgh, local experts, and community members for a panel discussion and Q&A about the refugee population in our city, their transition, the organizations that work with them, and their impact in the region. On the panel for this discussion: - Leslie Aizenman, Jewish Family and Children's Services - Pauline Duncan, Red Cross Southwestern PA - Benedict Killang, Union of African Refugees in Southwestern Pennsylvania REGISTER HERE: www.bit.ly/GSP-Refugees For more infor... More Details
University of Pittsburgh's Head Basketball coach Jamie Dixon will host his radio show live on location.
Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of KC & The Sunshine Band as they head to Greensburg with their 40th anniversary tour of the best disco and pop music ever. The show will be Thurs. Nov. 15th at 7:30p.m.at The Palace Theatre - 21 W. Otterman St.-Greensburg, PA 15601. Ticket prices are $45., $55., $65., and $75., and $85. Call the Box Office at (724) 836-8000 or go online to www.thepalacetheatre.org . This show is a Latshaw Productions. Harry Wayne Casey, better known as simply KC (the founder a... More Details
Children's Museum of Pittburgh's 13th Annual Sweater Drive will kick off at 11am on November 15th. Everyone's favorite speedy delivery man from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, Mr. McFeely, will be making an appearance. Donors are encouraged to make their contributions through December 18th in order to provide sweaters in time for the holidays. Donors can drop off gently used adult- and child-sized sweaters in receptacles in the Children's Museum's lobby. For more information, contact the Museum at ... More Details
The Jewish Theatre of Pittsburgh continues its comeback season with Alfred Uhry’s well-loved stage play, Driving Miss Daisy. When the lovable but irascible Daisy Werthan must adjust to having the simple yet wise “colored man” Hoke Coleburn as her driver, a deep friendship develops, showing just how lines of color, class, and religion can be erased with genuine understanding and affection.
In November, the PSO pays tribute to the greatest rock band ever when Classical Mystery Tour returns to Heinz Hall by popular demand to celebrate The Beatles and Sgt. Pepper’s 45th Anniversary with the PSO. The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is the first rock album to ever win a Grammy for Album of the year. PSO’s new Assistant Conductor Fawzi Haimor conducts favorite Beatles hits presented by a group of musicians who look and sound like John, Paul, George... More Details
In November, the PSO pays tribute to the greatest rock band ever when Classical Mystery Tour returns to Heinz Hall by popular demand to celebrate The Beatles and Sgt. Pepper’s 45th Anniversary with the PSO.
As World War One begins, Joey, young Albert’s beloved horse, is sold to the cavalry and shipped from England to France. He’s soon caught up in enemy fire, and fate takes him on an extraordinary journey, serving on both sides before finding himself alone in no man’s land. But Albert cannot forget Joey and, still not old enough to enlist, he embarks on a treacherous mission to find him and bring him home.
A remarkable tale of courage, loyalty and friendship. England, 1914. As World War One begins, Joey, young Albert’s beloved horse, is sold to the cavalry and shipped from England to France. He’s soon caught up in enemy fire, and fate takes him on an extraordinary journey, serving on both sides before finding himself alone in no man’s land. But Albert cannot forget Joey and, still not old enough to enlist, he embarks on a treacherous mission to find him and bring him home. This p... More Details
Don’t miss two classic stories told with spectacular glow in the dark electroluminescent wire (EL Wire) puppets. Broadway.com describes their puppetry as “an eye-popping display of storytelling that's like nothing else you've ever seen.” Relive two timeless stories about transformation, acceptance, patience and beauty in a visually stunning production that will appeal to all ages. This show will be performed Nov. 11-19 at satellite locations throughout the region.
By August Wilson Directed by Jade King Carroll Studio Theatre (no late seating) Pittsburgh Playhouse Performances Nov. 8 – 18 and Nov. 29 – Dec. 2, 2012 Its 1948 and bluesman Floyd “Schoolboy” Barton, fresh out of jail, has an opportunity he won’t let himself pass up: a studio has asked him to travel to Chicago and cut some records. Unfortunately, his unexpected musical success doesn’t make up for his errant past. Seven Guitars, the seventh play written in Aug... More Details
Only an artist as talented as James Abbot McNeill Whistler could get away with his rebellious persona. Deliberately provocative and controversy-seeking, Whistler maintained a contentious stance toward other artists, critics, academics, viewers, and patrons. His legacy, on the other hand, speaks for his immense ability to create exquisite works of art.
In David Lindsay-Abaire's recent Broadway hit, Mike and Margaret both grew up in a poor neighborhood. He made it out and became a doctor, but she is stuck - a single mother who gets by on sarcasm and bingo games with her pals. Directed by Tracy Brigden, this tough and tender play runs through December 9.
This vibrant one-woman show portrays the dynamism of a neighborhood. Embedded in the concrete of South Side's city steps are testimonials of teenage mischief, steel mill toil, and townie haunts. This is a neighborhood where parking chairs and bar stools mark territory, where "paradise" is just one turn off of 26th Street. So we ask, "Are yinz ready for some stories 'bout the 'burgh?" Written and performed by Tami Dixon.
A winter wonderland of beautifully decorated Christmas trees and wreaths available for purchase.
Born to be Wild is an inspiring story of love, dedication, and the remarkable bond between humans and animals. This heartwarming adventure transports moviegoers into the lush rainforests of Borneo and across the rugged Kenyan savannah. Follow orphaned orangutans and elephants and the extraordinary people who rescue, rehabilitate, and return these incredible animals back to the wild.