Summer Hotlist: June 20, 2018
Now through Aug 12
Tickets $15, $44.75 & $59.75 . Pittsburgh CLO Cabaret tickets are available ONLINE ONLY. Click HERE to purchase discounted tickets.
It’s the day of Bill and Rachel’s wedding, but there’s just one problem. Bill woke up next to a stranger and has no idea how she got there. With the bride-to-be due to arrive at any moment, Bill begs his Best Man to pretend she’s his girlfriend, and chaos and comedy ensue! Between slamming doors, mistaken identities and two very upset would-be newlyweds, this romantic comedy reaches a fever pitch when the bride’s parents and the hotel staff get in on the act, and the audience is left crying with laughter!
Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
August 22- Sep 9 (limited dates available)
Tickets $35-94. Pittsburgh Cultural Trust tickets are available ONLINE ONLY. Click HERE to purchase discounted tickets.
Discover a whole new world at Aladdin, a thrilling new production filled with unforgettable beauty, magic, comedy and breathtaking spectacle! It’s an extraordinary theatrical event where one lamp and three wishes make the possibilities infinite.
William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (Abridged)
Pittsburgh Public Theater
Now through July 1
$25.75 Faculty/Staff . Pittsburgh Public Theater tickets are available ONLINE ONLY. Click HERE to purchase discounted tickets.
In this “tale told by idiots,” Shakespeare’s most famous characters, greatest lines, and magnificent speeches are lampooned in a comic smorgasbord. The Reduced Shakespeare Company’s fast and physical three-man crew will portray a bear, a ghost, multiple sets of twins and more with quick costume changes, lots of wigs, a couple of water pistols and a kazoo. Don’t miss this uproarious comedy!
Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
August 1, 7 PM
Tickets start at $20. Purchase discounted Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra tickets ONLINE ONLY HERE.
Andres Franco, conductor
Andrew Fuller, Lorien Benet Hart, Laura Motchalov and Zhan Shu, violins
Rossini: Overture to Italian Girl in Algiers
Vivaldi: The Four Seasons for Violin and Orchestra
“La primavera” (Spring) – Laura Motchalov
“L’estate” (Summer) – Lorien Benet Hart
“L’ autunno” (Autumn) – Zhan Shu
“L’inverno” (Winter) – Andrew Fuller
Stravinsky: Suite from Pulcinella
Join associate conductor Andrés Franco on an epic journey featuring Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons – showcasing four PSO violinists Andrew Fuller, Lorien Benet Hart, Laura Motchalov and Zhan Shu – along with selections from Rossini’s Italian in Algiers, Stravinsky’s Pulcinella and more!
The Second City
Made in America: Some Assembly Required
Pittsburgh Public Theater
Discount for Students Only – Tickets $15.75.
Purchase discounted Pittsburgh Public Theater tickets ONLINE ONLY HERE.
The Second City’s laughs are 100% USA-made in this latest take on our great, big dysfunctional nation! The lauded company is sending satire down the conveyor belt and celebrating what makes us all tick in a hilarious revue that will leave you breathlessly ready to face the future…and all its loose screws.
Thoroughly Modern Millie
Tickets start at $15. (Tues, Weds, Fri and Sun evenings only)
Pittsburgh CLO Cabaret tickets are available ONLINE ONLY. Click HERE to purchase discounted tickets.
Go back in time with this Tony Award-winning musical to the height of the New York City Jazz Age, when “moderns” were bobbing their hair, raising their hemlines, entering the workforce and rewriting the rules of love. Flapper Mille Dillmount is on the hunt for a rich husband but falls for a penniless paperclip salesman instead. A mix of madcap mistaken identity, high-spirited show tunes and tap-happy production numbers with more kick than bootleg, the show is truly the “bee’s knees!”
You can purchase the whole summer season NOW!
Titanic – June 22 – Jul 1
The Full Monty – July 6 – 15
Brigadoon – July 17-22
Beauty and the Beast – July 27- August 5
“Andrea Doria: Are the Passengers Saved?”
Heinz History Center
June 30, 1 PM
Tickets $20 general admission; $10 members. Online registration is encouraged. Register HERE.
Don’t miss The History Center’s special screening of this film about the 1956 sinking of the Italian ocean liner the SS Andrea Doria off the coast of Nantucket. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion with shipwreck survivor Pierette Dominica Simpson, who also wrote and produced the film, deep sea diver and shipwreck salvager John Moyer, and director of the film Luca Guardabascio.