Hotlist:  March 22, 2017

Pictures at an Exhibition
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Heinz Hall
March 31 & April 2


Tickets $15, $20 & $25 Student/Osher
Starts at $18.46 for Faculty/Staff

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra tickets are available ONLINE ONLY.  Click HERE to purchase discounted tickets.


Long Yu, conductor
Randolph Kelly, viola


Mussorgsky: Pictures at an Exhibition
Paganini: Sonata per la Grand Viola
Ravel: Ma Mere l’Oye (Mother Goose)   

Few works can match Mussorgsky’s Pictures at an Exhibition for orchestral color, or sheer excitement!  Principal viola Randolph Kelly takes center stage for Paganini’s Sonata per la Grand Viola. 

Oedipus Rex
PICT Classic Theatre
Union Project-Highland Park
March 23-April 8


$15 Student
$35 Faculty/Staff/Osher
In-office ticket order deadline: noon the Tuesday before the show.


Plague has struck the city of Thebes.  A prophet summoned by King Oedipus determines an unsolved murder is the cause of the gods’ displeasure – and Oedipus is the killer.  It’s the age-old tale of the dangers of hubris, and its theme continues to resonate today: you cannot change your fate.

Daddy Long Legs
Pittsburgh Public Theater
O’Reilly Theater
Now through April 9


$15.75 Student, $25.75 Faculty/Staff
(limited dates available)
Pittsburgh Public Theater tickets are available ONLINE ONLY.  Click HERE to purchase discounted tickets.


Set in 1908, Jerusha is the oldest orphan in the John Grier Home.  Her life changes dramatically when a mysterious young benefactor sends her to college.  His only condition is that she write him letters, a stirring exercise which awakens her to literature and love.  

The Guard 
City Theatre
Now through April 2
(limited availability)


$15 Student
$27 Faculty/Staff/Osher.
Students click HERE for tickets.  Faculty/Staff/Osher click HERE.

When museum guard Henry dares to truly connect with the paintings he protects, he sets into motion a time-bending journey where art intersects with life.  Inspired by Rembrandt’s “Aristotle with a Bust of Homer,” The Guard embraces the idea of carpe diem in and takes audiences on a spellbinding theatrical exploration of the power of human connection. 

Pittsburgh Opera
March 25, 28, 31 & April 2,
Benedum Center


$10, $25, $35 Student/Osher
$20, $30, $45 Faculty/Staff
Pittsburgh Opera tickets are available ONLINE ONLY.  Click HERE to purchase discounted tickets.


Prince Calaf falls in love with the icy Princess Turandot. To marry her, he must solve three riddles; a single wrong answer results in death.  Be dazzled by the sets and costumes!  Be blown away by Calaf’s powerful aria “Nessun dorma”!