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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.
NEW ACTION EVOLUTION Pittsburgh, PA- November 2012. Superheroes have entered into a new realm of sophistication as it enters the art world not as a comic or cartoon, but as a impressionistic representation of a epic proportions. Beginning on November 21st, the Toonseum will host David Leblanc's first solo exhibition “New Action Evolution”t. Pittsburgh has always been one step ahead in the world of Pop culture with local influences such as Andy Warhol and Keith Haring, so bringing ano... More Details
SpacePlace will fill the space vertically with full-body Zero-G experiences, full-scale International Space Station module mock-ups, and interactive exhibits relating to the basic sciences and technological advances in space exploration.
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
Give thanks at Hidden Valley Resort this fall and treat your family to a delightful meal at the Clock Tower Restaurant this Thanksgiving - November 22. 11:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. $19.95 per adult $7.95 ages 6 - 11 5 and under free Call for reservations -- 814-443-8000, ext. 346. http://www.hiddenvalleyresort.com/Thanksgiving.aspx
Let us make your Thanksgiving Dinner one to remember- sit back, relax, and eat, eat eat!
Enjoy over 100 Menu items at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort's Annual Thanksgiving Holiday Brunch. Featuring all of the traditional Nemacolin Brunch favorites that our guests love including our Chef's Selection of Quiche, Waffle Station, Orzo Pasta Station, Oysters, Shrimp and Snow Crab Legs, Desserts and Breads galore and, not to mention, all of the favorite foods associated with the Thanksgiving Holiday - Roasted Turkey Carving Station, Country Green Beans and Toasted Almonds, Molasses Roasted Yams... More Details
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.
The Bistro Group, the nation’s third largest franchisee of T.G.I. Friday’s restaurants, announces their third annual Can For A Fan virtual food drive benefiting Greater Pittsburgh Community Foodbank. Now through December 31, T.G.I. Friday’s will donate one can of food to the foodbank for each new Facebook fan at Facebook.com/EatAtTGIFridays. In addition to Facebook, the initiative expands to Pinterest this year. Each participating foodbank will be represented with a Pin on the ... More Details
To the Arctic follows the lives of a mother polar bear and her two young cubs as they fight to survive the changing Arctic wilderness.
American artist Walter Gay (1856–1937) specialized in painting views of opulent residential interiors in late-19th and early-20th-century America and Europe. John Singer Sargent, Gay’s nearly exact contemporary, is well known for painting the sumptuous clothing and jewels of American society in his fashionable portraits. Walter Gay, in contrast, painted society’s rooms—with their silk wall coverings, ornate paneling, 18th-century French furniture, tapestries, and sculptur... More Details
Our sixth annual exhibition of original, interactive artworks “tough” enough to withstand kid handling. Our 2012 Tough Artists are: John Peña, Scott Andrew, Jonathan Armistead, Jeremy Boyle, Kevin Clancy, and Will Schlough. Things That Fly by John Peña A 4’by6’ wooden frame is painted to look like he back of a digital camera. Behind the frame is a large blue backdrop that will act as a “sky.” Visitors can go between the camera frame and blue back... More Details
Our sixth annual exhibition of original, interactive artworks “tough” enough to withstand kid handling. Our 2012 Tough Artists are John Peña, Scott Andrew, Jonathan Armistead, Jeremy Boyle, Kevin Clancy and Will Schlough.
Break out the bubbly…it’s time for romance with Rodgers & Hammerstein! Broadway's tribute to the genius of Rodgers & Hammerstein is truly A Grand Night for Singing. This Tony Award®-nominated Best Musical showcases Richard Rodgers’ timeless music and the incomparable lyrics of Oscar Hammerstein. It will take you on a romantic musical journey from young infatuation to the touching and funny complexities of commitment and marriage, the joys of parenthood, and finally... More Details
Badges & Buttons, Waistcoats & Vests is an international traveling exhibition exploring the notion of this unique form of jewelry. Buttons and badges both have a rich history and a tradition as functional or decorative items. With the applied arts—the application of design aesthetics to everyday objects—a button can be an example of studio craft or even a miniature work of art. It is a pin with a purpose. The role of the badge has expanded to include trademarks, tattoos and t... More Details
From their inception in 1851, the world’s fairs showcased, obsessed over, and enthralled the visiting public with the cutting edge of industry, production, new materials, and methods, for creating everything from tools to jewelry, furniture to textiles. In doing so, artists and manufacturers used breakthrough scientific innovations to create art objects that embodied the latest aesthetics and techniques. A major co-production of Carnegie Museum of Art and The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, I... More Details
Delight in model G Garden Railroad trains as they chug through miniature living landscapes sprinkled with conifers, groundcovers, sedums, and small-growing plants. This wonderful little world will thrill children and adults alike.