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Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull"

For the last performance of Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull" tonight there is a buy one, get one ticket free. Tickets are only fifteen dollars and this is for walk-ins only. You also have to use the promotional password "Nina" at the box office when buying your ticket.

It starts at 8:00 p.m.

A WOODEN ROCKET PRODUCTION

Featuring:
DOUGLAS BAKER
LAURA LEE BRAUTIGAM
MALLORY CAMPBELL
SARAH CRADDOCK
DON DIGIULIO
NATHAN HOLLABAUGH
DIANA IFFT
KEN LUTZ
ARLENE MERRYMAN
MARCUS MUZOPAPPA
COREY RIEGER
ROBERT J. ROBERTS

For more information, call 312-502-4918
http://www.pghplaywrights.com/
Celebrate Pride this weekend with "Hi Ho The Glamorous Life"
A musical review about the LGBT experience expressed through the works of Stephen Sondheim

Join a select ensemble of the Renaissance City Choirs as we celebrate Pride cabaret style!! Hi-Ho The Glamorous Life is a musical revue that explores the LGBT experience through the works of Stephen Sondheim. Come hear Send in the Clowns, Being Alive, and Here's to the Ladies Who Do Lunch among others sung with a special twist.

Performed at the Grey Box Theatre in Lawrenceville, this intimate cabaret setting will start your Pride weekend off right. Complementary wine, beer, and snacks will be served.

Join us June 12th and 13th at 8pm at the Grey Box Theater in Lawrenceville.
For tickets, call 412.362.9484 or email us at tickets@greeneideas.com

Grey Box Theater Event Information
Hi Ho The Glamorous Life
A musical review about the LGBT experience expressed through the works of Stephen Sondheim

"The Renaissance City Choir presents this musical revue about the GLBT experience expressed through the works of award winning composer Stephen Sondheim, the talent behind scores for musicals like "Into The Woods" and "Sweeney Todd".

Formed in 1985, the Renaissance City Choir is a non-profit organization working to culturally enrich audiences through choral music while educating them about the GLBT community.

Tickets are $30. Presented as part of Pride Month by the Delta Foundation, whose mission is to increase awareness, understanding and improve the quality of life for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered (GLBT) community in the Pittsburgh region. For more information, call (724) 653-6903 " - pittsburgh post gazette


Hi Ho the Glamorous Life!
Fri. June 12 and Sat. June 13, 2009
Time: 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Location: Grey Box Theater
Street: 3595 Butler Street
City/Town: Pittsburgh, PA

tickets and info:
Phone: 412-362-9484
Email: rcc@rccpittsburgh.org

TWO SHOWS :

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT TICKETS AVAILABLE!

Tickets are only $30 and include complimentary beer and wine.

Include Hi Ho on your list of things to do to celebrate Pittsburgh PRIDE!

Grey Box Theater is handicap accessible.
Pittsburgh Irish and Classical Theatre are running an online photo contest through their website for the upcoming production of Joe Orton's ribald sex farce "What the Butler Saw"!

Here's the deal: take a photo of what YOU think the butler saw! Think outside the box - we're looking for fun, random, or funny photos. Especially funny. It's a comedy, after all.

Email your picture (300 dpi or better) to mgrande@picttheatre.org on or before June 14th. Finalists will be chosen to go on to the "open voting round", and between June 17 and 25th you and your friends, neighbors, PICT patrons - anyone who wants to - can go to the "What the Butler Saw" page on our website and follow the voting instructions which will be posted there.

Grab your camera & go for it! Winner receives bragging rights, 4 tickets to any PICT show in the 2009 season, an enlarged copy of their photo (also displayed in lobby for closing weekend), and either a show poster or their photo signed by the "Butler" cast.

To paraphrase Orton, "Go put your clothes on and face the world!"


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The Renaissance City Choirs present their annual spring concert with a delicious selection of music recalling love won, love lost and love regained. Featuring the world premiere of "Love Speaks Its Name", commissioned by the choir and composed by Pittsburgh's own Dr. Jeffrey Nytch.

The Ellis School, 6425 Fifth Avenue, pgh PA
May 15th and 16th @ 8pm
Friday and Saturday night tickets are available!

Tickets are $20 in advance, $25 at the door, or $7 for students. Email rcc@rccpittsburgh.org or call 412.362.9484 for advanced ticket reservations


Renaissance City Choirs
Gays and lesbians creating change through the power of music


“Rock’n’roll wasn’t just music to us, it was kind of life itself.”
Rock’N’Roll by Tom Stoppard, May 7-30, Henry Heymann Theatre

It’s 1968 and Russian tanks are rolling into Prague. Jan, a Czech student, lives for rock’n’roll. Max, his Cambridge professor and mentor, lives for Communism. Syd, the Piper, disappears from public view at the height of his fame while Esme, the flower child, gets high…and a shaggy-haired rock band, The Plastic People of the Universe, comes to symbolize resistance to the Communist regime. By 1990, the tanks are rolling out, the Stones are rolling in, an absurdist playwright is in Prague Castle, and utopian idealism has hit a wall.

Four-time Tony Award winner Tom Stoppard’s sweeping and passionate play spans two countries, three generations, 22 turbulent years, and one heck of a lot of great rock’n’roll. Directed by PICT Artistic Director Andrew S. Paul.

Single Tickets: $48 - $36 ($17 Under 25)

http://www.picttheatre.org/
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May 2-24, 2009 (Preview May 1)
Thursday, Friday, Saturday 8pm, Sunday 7pm

Set in 1948, Seven Guitars opens with the funeral of Floyd Barton, and then reveals in powerful language and explosive action the events that led to Floyd's death. True to its mission to present all ten plays in Pulitzer Prize winner Wilson's “Pittsburgh Cycle,” PPTCO offers its sixth play in the series—a brilliantly constructed examination of the African-American male's fight for his own humanity in the face of personal and societal ills.


ADVANCE PURCHASE through ProArts Tickets:
$22.50 (regular) - $17.50 (students & seniors)
At the Door: $25 (regular) - $20.00 (students & seniors w/ ID)

To Order: visit www.proartstickets.org or call ProArts at 412-394-3353
I've been making up a list of theatres and theatre groups in Pittsburgh and putting them up on the profile page and was wondering if everyone could take a look at it and see if there are any that are maybe not included? I'm especially wondering about smaller theatre groups, there has to be more I would think.

And if you could, invite your friends who you think would like to join the group.


^_^

The Rocky Horror Picture Show this Friday.

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show is at the Oaks Theater performed by the Junior Chamber of Commerce Players this Friday (March 27th) at Midnight.

Doors open at 11:30 PM.
They would prefer there to be no large squirt guns, rice, or hot dogs.
And tickets are $5, prop bags are $4, toilet paper is $1.


The Oaks Theater. http://www.theoakstheater.com/
Junior Chamber of Commerce Players. http://www.jccp-pgh.org/


Joan of Arc led an army, crowned a king and saved a nation from certain demise. After the battles are over and she is no longer politically useful, what's to be done with her? Will the men who preside over her trial make her a sacrifice, a martyr or an example? Politics, necessity and belief struggle to contain her, but what does Joan have to say for herself and for all of humanity?

Phase 3 Productions is proud to present Lillian Hellman's adaptation of Jean Anouilh's provocative examination of Joan of Arc's trial and execution, The Lark. Part of their "Women Behaving Badly" series.

Tickets are $12 for students and $15 for adults.
10% of profits go to The Women's Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh.

Friday and Saturday shows through the 28th. 8pm.
One Sunday matinee on March 1st. 2pm.

At the Brew House, 2100 Mary Street in the Southside.

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