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december 1 thursday red | First produced by London’s Donmar Warehouse, “Red” jumped to Broadway and won the 2010 Tony Award® for Best Play. The setting is the studio of temperamental Abstract Expressionist Mark Rothko, who in 1958 accepted a commission to create paintings for The Four Seasons restaurant in New York. As he works with his young assistant, this rare commercial project leads to intense discussions about the purpose of art. Author John Logan is the acclaimed screenwriter of “Gladiator” and “The Aviator,” among other credits. Pittsburgh Public Theater O’Reilly Theater $28–$60; 26 or younger $15.75 Also Dec. 2–4, 6–11

bny mellon grand classics:

one night only | An interactive artistic

honeck conducts handel’s messiah | Manfred Honeck, conductor;

experience that allows artists to perform, create or observe in an environment where anything goes. Future Tenant / 819 Penn Ave. / 8 p.m. / $5

Laura Heimes, soprano; Lindsay Ammann, mezzo-soprano; William Ferguson, tenor; Philip Cutlip, baritone; Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, Betsy Burleigh, director. Handel’s “Messiah” as you have never experienced it before! Manfred Honeck and opera director Sam Helfrich have re-imagined “Messiah” as an opera, fully staged, with costumes and lighting. The orchestra performs from the pit, and the set, designed by Laura Jellinek, transforms Heinz Hall into a contemporary location. Enjoy costumed soloists and chorus as they perform the great selections that have thrilled audiences for over two centuries. Experience a unique and unprecedented telling of the greatest story ever told! Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Heinz Hall / $20–$93 Also Dec. 3 & 4

sean hannity’s holiday salute to the troops | Features Michael W. Smith, John Ondrasik and Oliver North. Trust Guest Attractions Byham Theater / 7 p.m. / Tickets TBD

3 saturday bill burr | Stand-up comedian Bill Burr is known for his weekly feature, “The Monday Morning Podcast,” as well as appearances on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” “Late Night with Conan O’Brien” and “The Opie and Anthony Show.” Trust Guest Attractions Byham Theater / 8 p.m. / $30.25

4 sunday neil berg’s broadway holiday | A musical theater showcase of beloved Broadway show tunes performed by some of today’s brightest Broadway talents, featuring much-loved holiday tunes. Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents Series Byham Theater / 3 p.m. / $18–$35

THE NUTCRACKER photo by Rich Sofranko; BILL BURR photo by Brian Friedman

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2 friday the nutcracker | Revel in the wonder of Pittsburgh’s favorite family holiday tradition! The Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre creates a full experience from the moment you enter the Benedum. Enjoy the festive music, pick up some glorious trinkets from our expanded Nutcracker Market, or have your photo taken with one of the characters. Dazzling costumes, a larger-than-life Christmas tree, more than 80 dancers, and Tchaikovsky’s glorious score make “The Nutcracker” a can’t-miss production! Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Benedum Center / $22.75–$90.75 Also Dec. 3–4, 9–11, 15–18 & 20–23

Visit trustarts.org for tickets, showtimes and additional information.

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Honeck, conductor; Yo-Yo Ma, cello. With no fewer than 15 Grammy Awards®, the Avery Fisher Prize, and the National Medal of Arts to his name, Yo-Yo Ma is at the pinnacle of classical music. He returns for an exclusive performance of Dvorak's stirring “Cello Concerto” with Music Director Manfred Honeck and the PSO. Also, hear the beautiful music from Tchaikovsky’s popular ballet “The Nutcracker.” Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Heinz Hall / 7:30 p.m. / $40–$125

8 thursday a musical christmas carol | We’ve taken the spirit of the season, wrapped it in your favorite yuletide melodies, and tied it up with all the holiday magic and wonder of your childhood. Join Scrooge, Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim and a host of colorful characters for a remarkable CLO holiday presentation of “A Musical Christmas Carol.” With dazzling special effects, holiday charm and ticket prices even Scrooge would approve of, this Charles Dickens classic is a wonderful way to celebrate the tradition of the season. Pittsburgh CLO Byham Theater / $26.75–$46.75; half-price tickets for children ages 3–14 Also Dec. 9–11, 16–18 & 20–23 a musical christmas carol

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holiday second saturday workshops: first night® puppet making | Get into the spirit by creating unique holiday gifts, or make your own creatures to display in the First Night® Pittsburgh Parade. Trust Education & Community Engagement Trust Arts Education Center / 11 a.m. Free & open to the public

that will live in the heart as long as Christmas is celebrated. Each year, a band of brothers fills the silent nights of December with harmony, music and love. Heinz Hall / 7:30 p.m. / $34.75–$55.75 Also Dec. 13 b.e. taylor

holiday second saturday workshops:

jewelry making, swarovski pearl & crystal necklace | Learn the basic right-angle weave to create stunning, elegant necklaces using Swarovski pearls and crystals. Must be 15 years of age or older. Trust Education & Community Engagement Trust Arts Education Center / 11 a.m. $70 (includes materials)

highmark family holiday pops | Lawrence Loh, conductor; Jodi Benson, vocalist; Gary Mauer, vocalist. ‘Tis the season to be jolly! Celebrate with holiday music, including “Let it Snow” and “Sleigh Ride.” Jodi Benson, the voice of Disney’s Ariel, joins the merriment with a heart warming performance of “Part of Your World” from “The Little Mermaid.” Superstar vocalist Gary Mauer, who starred in Broadway’s “The Phantom of The Opera,” performs selections from Disney favorites. This concert will entertain the whole family. Follow Fiddlesticks in merry measure around Heinz Hall with a special Holiday Time Adventure at 10 a.m., and take a picture with the glorious 25-foottall tree in the Grand Lobby. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Heinz Hall / 11:15 a.m. / $15–$59

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celtic woman: a christmas celebration with the pso | Have yourself a Celtic little Christmas! Music sensation Celtic Woman performs beloved holiday songs with your PSO. Known for their successful PBS specials, the women who comprise Celtic Woman are celebrated around the world as enchanting Irish entertainers. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Heinz Hall / 7:30 p.m. / $35–$120

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b.e. taylor christmas concert | This is the place where the faithful come year after year to feel the love of Christmas. B.E. Taylor transforms old favorites through bold interpretations to create new traditions

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straight no chaser | Neither straitlaced nor straight-faced, Straight No Chaser is reinventing the a cappella tradition on the contemporary pop music landscape. Straight No Chaser is the real deal — the captivating sound of unadulterated human voices coming together to make extraordinary music that is moving and in good humor. Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents Series Benedum Center 8 p.m. / $32.25–$57.25

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highmark holiday pops with marvin | Marvin Hamlisch, conductor; Jodi Benson, vocalist; Gary Mauer, vocalist; Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, Betsy Burleigh, director. Highmark Holiday Pops is a Pittsburgh holiday tradition! Celebrate the season with favorite carols and holiday music, including “Sleigh Ride” and “Hallelujah Chorus” from Handel’s “Messiah,” as well as special surprises brought to you by Principal Pops Conductor Marvin Hamlisch. Jodi Benson, the voice of Disney’s Ariel, joins the merriment with a heart warming performance of “Part of Your World” from “The Little Mermaid,” as well as your holiday favorites like “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town.” Superstar vocalist Gary Mauer, who starred in Broadway’s “The Phantom of The Opera,” will treat you to festive classics, including “Baby It’s Cold Outside,” with Ms. Benson. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Heinz Hall / $20–$95 Also Dec. 16, 17 & 18

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pittsburgh jazz orchestra holiday performance | Old favorites receive a jazz makeover, as the skilled musicians of the PJO render a new treatment on holiday classics, turning the holiday season into a celebration of wonder, bliss and merriment the whole family will enjoy. August Wilson Center / 6 p.m. / $20–$40

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memphis | Turn up that dial…From the underground dance clubs of 1950s Memphis comes a hot new Broadway musical that bursts off the stage with explosive dancing, irresistible songs and a thrilling tale of fame and forbidden love. Inspired by actual events, MEMPHIS is about a white radio DJ who wants to change the world and a black club singer who is ready for her big break. Come along on their incredible journey to the ends of the airwaves — filled with laughter, soaring emotion and roof-raising rock ‘n’ roll. Winner of four 2010 Tony Awards®, including Best Musical, MEMPHIS features a Tony®-winning book and a Tony®-winning original score. Experience Broadway’s most exciting new destination. PNC Broadway Across America – Pittsburgh Heinz Hall / $26–$68 Also Dec. 28–31 & Jan. 1 memphis

First Night® Pittsburgh finale, “The Future of Pittsburgh and Countdown to Midnight.” The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Locations throughout the Cultural District $8; Children ages 5 & under FREE

rockin’ salsa new year’s eve dance party | Dance in the new year with DJ Jeff Shirey at Pittsburgh’s hottest salsa night spot in the Cultural District. Beginner salsa dance lessons at 10 p.m. are followed by salsa dancing late into the evening. At midnight, enjoy food, champagne and noisemakers. It’s the best New Year’s deal in town! Cash bar and appetizers available for sale. Ages 21+ The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Cabaret at Theater Square / 10 p.m. $25.75 in advance; $35 at door (space permitting)

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january 5 thursday the second city in laugh out loud | America’s famed comedy troupe, The Second City, is coming back to The Public by popular demand with its one-ofa-kind “Laugh Out Loud” tour. From the company that launched the careers of Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, Steve Carell, Gilda Radner, Bill Murray and more, comes the next generation of the comedy world’s best and brightest in an evening of hilarious sketch comedy and Second City’s trademark improvisation. Pittsburgh Public Theater O’Reilly Theater / $28–$48; $220 (tables of four, with bar service); 26 or younger: $15.75 Also Jan. 6 & 7

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highmark first night® pittsburgh 2012 | It’s the region’s best and biggest New Year’s Eve celebration. Enjoy the grand Highmark First Night® Pittsburgh Parade, plus an eclectic showcase of live music, dance, entertainment and visual arts in the Cultural District. Kids of all ages will enjoy this festive evening. The celebration concludes with spectacular fireworks and the trademark Highmark

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charlotte’s web | theatreworksUSA Based on E.B. White’s beloved story of a pig named Wilbur and a little gray spider named Charlotte, this professional production of “Charlotte’s Web” comes to life on stage. This treasured tale, featuring madcap and endearing farm animals, explores bravery, selfless love, and the true meaning of friendship. This show will be performed Jan. 9–15 at satellite locations throughout the region. Visit trustarts.org/kids for more information. Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater Byham Theater / 2 p.m. $9.50; $11 at door

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rachmaninoff’s symphonic dances | Juraj Val˘cuha, conductor; Dame Evelyn Glennie, percussion. A force to be reckoned with, famed percussionist Dame Evelyn Glennie unleashes her notable musicality and virtuosity in Steven Stucky’s “Spirit Voices,” described by the composer as an “inspiration from the diversity of spirits and other supernatural forces from cultures around the world who manifest their presence through sound.” Glennie seamlessly moves across the stage while performing on an impressive array of percussion instruments. The PSO welcomes back Slovakian conductor Juraj Val˘cuha to Heinz Hall with Sergei Rachmaninoff’s “Symphonic Dances,” which epitomizes the lush melodies and energetic rhythms of this popular Russian composer’s body of musical works. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Heinz Hall / $20–$93 / Also Jan. 14 & 15


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drawing the clothed figure | Improve your representational drawing skills using traditional drawing techniques of the Old Masters. For all experience levels. Trust Education & Community Engagement Trust Arts Education Center / 11 a.m. / $25 second saturday art workshops:

art to wear – felted neck piece | Learn the basics of felting to create necklaces made from felted dreads and balls of beautifully dyed wool and yarns. No experience necessary. Trust Education & Community Engagement Trust Arts Education Center / 11 a.m. / $35

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robert morris university presents the pittsburgh speakers series: michael pollan | Named by Newsweek as one of the Top 10 New Thought Leaders, Michael Pollan has been exploring where

culture and nature intersect for more than 20 years. His prize-winning best sellers include “In Defense of Food,” “The Omnivore’s Dilemma,” “The Botany of Desire,” and “Food Rules.” Pollan also co-starred in the revealing documentary “Food, Inc.” Heinz Hall / 8 p.m. / Subscription Only

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as you like it | Smart, feisty, and funny, the role of Rosalind is one of the Bard’s greatest inventions. Rosalind and Orlando fall for each other at first sight, but their courtship is cut short when she is banished

by the usurping Duke. Disguised as a boy, Rosalind flees into the Forest of Arden, only to meet Orlando once again. What ensues has been described as “the triumph of Shakespearean romantic comedy.” “As You Like It” is sure to create the same sense of enchantment as The Public’s previous delightful production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” Pittsburgh Public Theater O’Reilly Theater $28–$60; 26 or younger: $15.75 Also Jan. 20–22, 24–29 & 31; Feb. 2–5, 7–12, 14–19

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“tribute” concert: a symphonic celebration of african american culture | Lawrence Loh, conductor; August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble. For its sixth annual “Tribute” concert, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra showcases a fusion of styles that reflect the diversity of music. Presented in association with the August Wilson Center for African American Culture and the Hill House Association. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra August Wilson Center / 7:30 p.m. / Tickets TBD


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skate into winter | Lawrence Loh, conductor; Katy Williams, vocalist. Warm up inside Heinz Hall and discover the musical adventures of the chilly season of winter. Hear the frosty sounds of Vivaldi’s “Winter” from “The Four Seasons” and dance along to Waldteufel’s recognizable “Skater’s Waltz.” Bundle up and sled your way to this exhilarating wintry concert. Discovery Time Adventures is free to ticket holders and begins at 10 a.m. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Heinz Hall / 11:15 a.m. / $12–$20

the agony and the ecstasy of steve jobs | Monologist, author and actor Mike Daisey turns his razor-sharp wit to America’s most mysterious technology icon in this hilarious and mike daisey harrowing tale of pride, beauty, lust and industrial design. Daisey illuminates us on how Apple’s late CEO shaped our lives. While sharing travel stories on investigating Chinese factories where millions toil to make iPhones and iPods, Daisey’s dangerous journey shines a light on our love affair with devices and the human cost of creating them. Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents Series and The Andy Warhol Museum Byham Theater / 8 p.m. / $18–$35 august wilson contemporary dance ensemble: suite bill | In the 1970s and ’80s, few stirred emotions of love, yearning and heartbreak like the great R&B soul singer Bill Withers. Bill’s honesty, sensitivity and genuine folksy style comes alive in a captivating night of dance and reverie, as the August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble moves and grooves to “Lovely Day,” “Lean on Me,” “Grandma’s Hands,” “Ain’t No Sunshine” and other classics. “Suite Bill” will take the audience on a stirring emotional journey. August Wilson Center / 8 p.m. / $15–$30

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Märchenoper (fairy-tale opera) is a real family affair. Not only is the story of a brother and sister lost in the woods and nearly eaten by a wicked witch, but its libretto was written by none other than Humperdinck’s sister. True to its origins in “Grimm’s Fairy Tales,” “Hansel & Gretel” is a darkly beautiful work with a rich orchestration. It’s definitely not just for kids. Pittsburgh Opera CAPA Theater / $35.75–$50.75 Also Jan. 28 & 31; Feb. 3 & 5

sean jones presents duets:

generations of jazz | Benny Benack III and Joe Negri join forces to pay homage to old and new traditions. Negri, widely regarded as one of the foremost jazz guitarists in the country, and Benack, who has established his legacy in the long line of a musically gifted family, overlap their styles, and harmonize to the music they make together. August Wilson Center / 7 p.m. / $25

spring awakening | Winner of eight Tony Awards® including Best Musical, “Spring Awakening” explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood with poignancy and passion. An electrifying fusion of morality, sexuality and rock ‘n’ roll, “Spring Awakening” has exhilarated audiences like no other musical in years. For mature audiences.

Pittsburgh Musical Theater Byham Theater / $12.75–$44.75 Also Jan. 27–29; Feb. 3–5

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gallery crawl in the cultural district | The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s popular free arts and entertainment showcase takes place at various galleries and art spaces in the Cultural District. Trust Education & Community Engagement Locations throughout the Cultural District 5:30–9 p.m. / Free & open to the public

pnc pops!

marvin & the movies with dave koz | Marvin Hamlisch, conductor; Dave Koz, saxophone; All-Star College Chorus. Celebrate the music that makes movies great! Grammy®-nominated saxophonist Dave Koz joins Marvin Hamlisch and your PSO in a concert featuring memorable songs from the silver screen. Hear Marvin’s own Academy Award®-winning song, “The Way We Were,” as well as other classics, such as “Over the Rainbow” from “The Wizard of Oz,” and “Somewhere” from “West Side Story.” Tap your feet to music from “The Pink Panther,” James Bond films, and more. It’s pure entertainment. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Heinz Hall / $20–$95 / Also Jan. 27–29

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david garrett | Violinist extraordinaire David Garrett is touching hearts and captivating sold-out audiences around the globe with his precision and far-reaching repertoire, which ranges from Beethoven to Metallica. A Juilliard graduate and student of Itzhak Perlman, David Garrett is one of the world’s most exciting live performers. Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents Series Benedum Center / 8 p.m. $30.50–$43.50


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predetermined ideas regarding the relationship between classical composition and ballet. Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre August Wilson Center / $50.75 Also Feb. 4–5, 9–12

billy elliott the musical | “Elton John’s new show is the best musical of the decade!” – Time Magazine. Thrilling audiences worldwide and winning ten 2009 Tony Awards® including Best Musical, “The best show you will ever see” (New York Post) is coming to Pittsburgh! BILLY ELLIOT THE MUSICAL is a joyous celebration of one young boy’s triumph against the odds. Called “the most inspiring show I’ve seen in years” by Ben Brantley of The New York Times, the story follows Billy’s journey as he stumbles out of the boxing ring, into a ballet class and discovers his dream to dance. Full of life, laughter, award-winning choreography and an unforgettable score by Elton John, BILLY ELLIOT will enchant the dreamer in all of us. Based on the international smash-hit film, BILLY ELLIOT is brought to life by a phenomenal cast of 45 and the Tony®-winning creative team — director Stephen Daldry, choreographer Peter Darling and writer Lee Hall — along with music legend Elton John, who has written what the New York Post calls “his best score yet!” PNC Broadway Across America – Pittsburgh Benedum Center / $22–$79 Also Feb. 1–5, 7–12 billy elliott the musical

bny mellon grand classics:

brahms’s requiem | Manfred Honeck, conductor; Thomas Hampson, baritone; Chen Reiss, soprano. Hailed as a vital force of music with a powerful and impassioned voice, American baritone star Thomas Hampson makes a long overdue return to the PSO. The highly sought-after Grammy Award®-winning soloist performs Dvo˘rák’s beautiful “Biblical Songs,” a cycle based on various psalms. Hampson then joins angelic soprano Chen Reiss, the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh, Manfred Honeck and the PSO in Brahms’s “German Requiem.” This entrancing and magnanimous work, sung in German for dramatic effect, takes your breath away with its tender and quiet moments of sweetness and its powerful peaks of emotional intensity. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Heinz Hall / $20–$98 Also Feb. 4 & 5

8 wednesday One of the most noted young talents to emerge in Cajun or Creole music in recent years, Cedric Watson is a fiddler, vocalist, accordionist, bandleader and songwriter of seemingly unlimited potential. Cedric Watson has been making a name for himself by reviving traditional Creole fiddling, injecting his own style and ingenuity, and bringing this timehonored genre to an ever-broadening audience. Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents Series Byham Theater / 7:30 p.m. / $18–$35

3 friday Theatre at the intimate August Wilson Center — the perfect venue to see up-close the passion and athleticism of PBT’s dancers in a dynamic program of mixed repertoire. A world premiere choreographed by Dwight Rhoden to the music of Johann S. Bach, joined by Mark Morris’s “Maelstrom” from Beethoven, and Brahms’s “Quintet” by Dennis Nahat. Audiences will be treated to an experience that will challenge any

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the handmade valentine | Create a variety of handmade valentines for your sweetheart with artists from “I Made It!” For all experience levels. Trust Education & Community Engagement Trust Arts Education Center / 11 a.m. / $25

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cedric watson & bijou creole |

february uncommon with chamber orchestra | Experience Pittsburgh Ballet

Vogt, commanding a startling range of colors and subtleties in his playing, performs Mozart’s mesmerizing Piano Concerto No. 16 in D Major. Then, be transported across the ocean to the romance of Italy, as captured in Ottorino Respighi’s well-known “Pines of Rome” and “Fountains of Rome.” Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Heinz Hall / $20–$98 / Also Feb. 12

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beethoven, mozart & respighi | Manfred Honeck, conductor; Lars Vogt, piano. Beethoven’s joyous Symphony No. 1 warms your heart and ears with its youthful symphonic energy. International star Lars

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national geographic live! ocean soul | Voyage across the earth’s oceans with Brian Skerry, one of National Geographic’s most seasoned underwater photographers and discover a vast, hidden world beneath the waves. Skerry has spent three decades — and more than 10,000 hours underwater — telling the oceans’ stories. His images celebrate the mystery and beauty of the depths and offer portraits of creatures so detailed and intimate they sometimes appear to have been shot in a studio. Skerry’s landmark new National Geographic book, “Ocean Soul,” offers a powerful retrospective of Skerry’s photographs and showcases his ability to create images that blend strong aesthetic beauty with journalistic relevance. Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents Series Byham Theater / 4 p.m. / $20–$40

trespass performing artist residency series | The Trespass series allows performance artists to spend a week at Future Tenant to develop, rehearse and perform original works. Visit futuretenant.org for performance times and more information. Future Tenant 819 Penn Ave. / $5 / Through March 3

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traverses the full range of human emotion — recalling triumphant successes, heartbreaking personal tragedies, terrifying fears, and tender nostalgia. Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra Heinz Hall / $20–$93 / Also Feb. 18 & 19

Sean Jones performs a heartfelt selection of love songs to celebrate Valentine’s Day. BNY Mellon Jazz Presents JazzLive Cabaret at Theater Square 7:30 & 9:30 p.m. / $35

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triple horn for a triple concerto | Music 101 is an informal lunchtime lecture series providing an opportunity to hear personal insights from PSO musicians, conductors and key personnel. Held in the Dorothy Porter Simmons Regency Rooms at Heinz Hall. No reservations necessary. Doors open at 11:15 a.m. Pack a lunch or call 412-392-3303 or email PSAmusic101@gmail.com in advance to order a $12 Common Plea gourmet picnic lunch. Pittsburgh Symphony Association Heinz Hall / 12:30 p.m. Free & open to the public

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shen yun performing arts | Classical Chinese dance and music in a gloriously colorful and exhilarating show. Masterful choreography and graceful routines range from grand processions to ethnic and folk dances, with gorgeously costumed dancers. Trust Guest Attractions / Also Feb. 16 Benedum Center / 7:30 p.m. / $53.25–$153.25

music as inspiration | Manfred Honeck, conductor; Nikolaj Znaider, violin. Pause and reflect on the preciousness of life with three inspirational musical pieces. Manfred Honeck unveils a world premiere and PSO commission by Composer of the Year Steven Stucky, celebrating the 50th anniversary of the pubmanfred honeck lication of Pittsburgh environmentalist Rachel Carson’s “Silent Spring.” Gramophone magazine describes violinist Nikolaj Znaider as “one of the greatest artists of his generation.” He returns to perform Sibelius’s transcendent Violin Concerto, with its heart-wrenching slow movement and hair-raising finale. Tchaikovsky’s “Pathétique”

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dance works rotterdam/andré gingras: anatomica | (U.S. premiere) The Netherlands’ most explosive modern dance company performs the U.S. premiere of “Anatomica,” an unyielding exploration of the danger, beauty and consequences of the human body on display. “Anatomica” presents a wry commentary on the obsessive culture of “showing off” with its unabashed physicality and Gingras’s signature highoctane partnering. Pittsburgh Dance Council Byham Theater / 8 p.m. / $19-$45

Part of The Distinctively Dutch Festival. The newest work of Wunderbaum, the Netherlands’ chameleonic theater collective, merges drama, documentary, music and visual arts into an inescapable interrelationship. As the first part of the triptych, “The Enemy in the Family,” actor and theater producer Walter Bart searches for the American bastard daughter of his grandfather, Arie Bart, a Dutch General Motors’ Opel car dealer who lived in Detroit during the 1950s auto boom. The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Trust Arts Education Center / Tickets TBD Also Feb. 24 & 25

pittsburgh jazz orchestra:

pittsburgh vs. philadelphia | This lively Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra performance pits the best of the region’s jazz drumming against its Philadelphia counterpart in a friendly but spirited rivalry. August Wilson Center / 8 p.m. / $20–$40

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and directed by Neil Goldberg, along with world-famous Cirque Dreams entertainment, this one-of-a-kind variety show spans decades. Enjoy timeless tunes with a kaleidoscope of Cirque Dreams talent, extravagant costumes and theatrical mayhem. An international cast of singers, dancers, acrobats and musicians inspire crazy feats and off-the-hook beats on stage, in the air and off the charts. PNC Broadway Across America – Pittsburgh Heinz Hall / $20–$65 / Also Feb. 22–26

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pop goes the rock by cirque dreams | A roller-coaster ride of twists, turns and wows, POP GOES THE ROCK is a new musical of unexpected sights and sounds that explode on stage like a rock ‘n’ roll party set in a carnival funhouse. Created

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brit floyd | The world’s greatest Pink Floyd tribute. Blindingly brilliant and authentic, at last Pink Floyd has the tribute show it deserves! Brit Floyd celebrates the amazing musical legacy of Pink Floyd, taking the tribute genre to even greater heights. Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents Series Benedum Center / 8 p.m. / $32.25–$47.25

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bodiography presents pop goes the rock

the red carpet roll out | The evening celebrates a decade of Maria Caruso’s work with performances by company alumni and current artists. Includes the premiere “Ballet Kormos,” which explores the parallels between the arts and science as seen by cardiac surgeon/photographer Robert Kormos. Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Byham Theater / 8 p.m. / Tickets TBD Also Feb. 25

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between a ballad and a blues | Playwright Linda Parris-Bailey explores the life of African American string-band and country blues musician Howard “Louie Bluie” Armstrong and his experiences during the segregation era, when he performed internationally with fellow musicians Carl Martin and Ted Bogan. The play captures Howard’s multilingual and musical gifts, as well as his struggle for survival in a world that may have loved his talent, but not his skin. The August Wilson Center welcomes the Carpetbag Theatre Ensemble’s production of this triumphant play. August Wilson Center 8 p.m. / $20–$35 / Also Feb. 25

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distant worlds: music from final fantasy | Distant

b.u.s. 7: bricolage urban scrawl | It’s not your grandma’s annual fundraiser! Bricolage sends six playwrights on a 90-minute ride on a Pittsburgh city bus. Each playwright has just 12 hours to write a 10-minute play about their experience, after which the directors and actors have the next 12 hours to rehearse, memorize and stage the playwright’s work that same evening — exactly 24 hours after the first meeting. Bricolage Production Company 937 Liberty Ave. / $75–$100 / Also Feb. 25

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Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra, Arnie Roth, conductor. For the first time ever, Pittsburgh hosts an evening of music from the awardwinning FINAL FANTASY video game series! Music Director Arnie Roth and the Distant Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra perform classic FINAL FANTASY selections with state-of-theart HD video presentations filled with images direct from Square Enix and exclusive to the Distant Worlds concert production. For one night only, the Benedum Center welcomes “Distant Worlds: Music from FINAL FANTASY” and the unmistakable music from the entire Final Fantasy series, including selections from the newly released FINAL FANTASY XIII and XIV games. Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents Series Benedum Center / 8 p.m. / $38.25–$78.25

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playing for change | What began as a PBS documentary with the lofty goal of fostering peace through music has now become a worldwide, live music phenomenon. Inspired by the passion and energy of street musician Roger Ridley’s rendition of “Stand by Me,” Grammy Award®-winning producer Mark Johnson traveled the globe on one of the most incredible journeys in modern music. Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents Series Byham Theater / 7:30 p.m. $28–$38

sunday

the way back home | Big Wooden Horse Theatre Company UK Once there was a boy who found himself stuck on the moon…and he was not alone. Follow the intergalactic adventures of a boy and a Martian as the picture book by Oliver Jeffers springs into live action. If you love the awardwinning stories “How to Catch a Star” and “Lost and Found,” you will be whisked away by this professional production of “The Way Back Home.” This show will be performed Feb. 27–March 4 at satellite locations throughout the region. Visit trustarts.org/kids for more information. Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater Byham Theater / 2 p.m. $9.50; $11 at door

playing for change robert morris university presents the pittsburgh speakers series: azar nafisi | An avid believer in the “republic of the imagination,” Nafisi’s bestknown book, “Reading Lolita in Tehran,” spent 117 weeks on The New York Times best seller list, and has been translated into 32 languages. It paints a vivid portrait of the Islamic Revolution in Iran and its effect on Nafisi as a secular woman and university professor, and on her students. Heinz Hall / 8 p.m. Subscription only


H A P P E N I N G S AT

theater square

defending the caveman | This hilarious and insightful comedy is the longest running solo play in Broadway history! “Caveman” will have both sexes roaring with laughter and nudging each other affectionately as they recognize themselves in the stories being told on stage. No topic is untouched as this oneman tour-de-force tackles contemporary feminism, masculine sensitivity and even the erogenous zone! “’Defending the Caveman’ is hysterically funny!” (Variety) Pittsburgh CLO Cabaret at Theater Square Through Jan. 8 Wed.–Sat. 7:30 p.m.; Sat. & Sun. 2 p.m.; Select Thurs. at 1 p.m. $34.75–$44.75

ruthless! the musical | Eight-yearold Tina Denmark, the greatest song-anddance sensation ever to hit the third grade, has her heart set on the title role in her school musical, “Pippi in Tahiti.” When Tina is relegated to the chorus to play a puppy dog she becomes homicidal. The newfound star of the show, Louise Lerman, meets a mysterious “accident” at the hands of Tina, who is now ready to don her Pippi wig. This outrageous musical hit garnered rave reviews during its long off-Broadway run and features such instant classics as “I Hate Musicals,” “Angel Mom” and “Born to Entertain.” Pittsburgh CLO Cabaret at Theater Square Jan. 25–May 6 Wed.–Sat. 7:30 p.m.; Sat. & Sun. 2 p.m.; Select Thurs. at 1 p.m. $34.75–$44.75

655 penn avenue between 6th & 7th streets

improv comedy jam | 21+

craft beer school |

thursdays / 10 p.m. / $3 or free with ticket stub *

6:15 p.m. / $25.75 includes presentation, beer samplings & light fare

salsa fridays | 21+

20 holiday brews & cheese Dec. 0

Fridays / 10 p.m. / $5 or free with ticket stub * 10–10:30 p.m. Beginner’s Salsa Dance Lessons

Penn Mac’s beloved cheese lady, Carol “Dear Heart” Pascuzzi, shares some favorite beer and cheese pairings.

late night cabaret | 21+ Saturdays / 10 p.m. / $5 or free with ticket stub * visit trustarts.org for information on current Late Night Cabaret shows.

24 new year new beer Jan. 0

* free admission (based on seating availability)

ale pairings Inspired by the Dutch. Presented in recognition of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Distinctively Dutch Festival.

with ticket stub from any earlier downtown show

It’s 2012 and Tony “The Beerman” Knipling shares his picks and predictions for what’s new and what’s hot for the coming year. 21 let’s go dutch Enjoy food and Feb. 0

wednesday wine flights | 6:15 p.m. / $35.75 includes presentation, wine samplings & light fare

Dec. 7 holiday wine & cheese Penn Mac’s beloved cheese lady, Carol “Dear Heart” Pascuzzi, shares some favorite wine and cheese pairings — and great ideas for holiday planning.

backstage bar at theater square Live Music / No Cover / Smoke-Free Tues.–Thurs. 5 p.m.–midnight; Fri. 5 p.m.–1 a.m.; Sat. 5 p.m.–2 a.m.; Sun. noon–6 p.m. 412-325-6769 / backstagebar.com wednesday wine flights

Jan. 4 chilean wines Discover why Chile is the world’s fifth largest wine exporter and the ninth largest producer.

Feb. 1 dutch diaspora Dutch influence on the wine industry, especially in France and South Africa, is explored. Dutch fare is paired with great wines, as part of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Distinctively Dutch Festival.

bny mellon jazz presents jazzlive | Free live jazz, showcasing some of the region’s finest jazz musicians, is performed every Tuesday in the Backstage Bar at Theater Square from 5 to 11 p.m. 5–8 p.m.

8–11 p.m.

Dec.

6 13 0 20 0 27 0

Mark Lucas George Jones New View Trio George Heid Brett Williams

Tania Grubbs Eric Johnson Benny Benack III Roger Humphries & RH Factor

Jan.

3 10 0 17 0 24 0 31 0

Salsamba Mark Lucas Maureen Budway Max Leake George Jones New View Trio

Chico’s Quintet Dwayne Dolphin Clare Ascani Nelson Harrison Michele Bensen

Feb.

7 14 8

Gerald Haymon Kevin Howard

21 0 28 0

Brett Williams Roger Humphries

Roger Barbour Sean Jones: Soiree Voyage D’Amour 7:30 & 9:30 p.m. / $35 & $40 Mike Tomaro Tony Campbell

jazzlive

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visual arts

SPACE

709 Penn Gallery

812 Liberty Avenue / Wed. & Thurs. 11 a.m.–6 p.m.;

709 Penn Avenue / Wed. & Thurs. 11 a.m.–6 p.m.

Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m.–8 p.m.; Sun. 11 a.m.–5 p.m.

All visual arts exhibits are free and open to the public (except where noted)

Wood Street Galleries 601 Wood Street (above t-station) Wed. & Thurs. 11 a.m.–6 p.m.; Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m.–8 p.m.; Sun. 11 a.m.–5 p.m.

parallel universe | Lawrence Malstaf, Arnold Dreyblatt, Laurent Mignonneau and Christa Sommerer. Parallel Universe investigates the development of dual technologies that run parallel and never overlap but share a common goal. Through Dec. 31

out of the rubble | Guest curator: Susanne Slavik. The rubble that each war leaves behind shapes today and tomorrow — physically, psychologically, spiritually and culturally. Out of the Rubble presents international artists who consider war’s causes and consequences, its finality and future, moving from decimation and disintegration to the possibilities of regeneration and recovery. Dec. 2–Jan. 22

Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m.–8 p.m.; Sun.: 11 a.m.–5 p.m.

thomas norulak: detritus | Printmaker Tom Norulak sketches objects that have been altered by elemental interactions over time to reveal abstract or surreal qualities. Through Jan. 8

kathryn carr: paper thin theater | Paper cuttings inspired by the stage. Jan. 13–Feb. 19

out of the rubble

ToonSeum 945 Liberty Avenue Wed. & Thurs. 10 a.m.–3 p.m.; Fri. & Sat. 10 a.m.–5 p.m.; Sun. 11 a.m.–3 p.m. Adults: $4; Students: $3; ages 12 & under: free toonseum.org / 412-232-0199

parallel universe

overture: behind the scenes of looney tunes! | Exhibition explores overlapping memories | Guest curator: Carolina Loyola Garcia. “Overlapping Memories” is an art exchange between artists based in Spain and the U.S. working with contemporary collage as a medium and dealing with themes of memory and retrospection. Feb. 10–April 1

hc gilje: conversations with light, sound and architecture | Norwegian artist HC Gilje will have his U.S. debut with a site-specific installation and several single channel video works using video projected light as a single lighting source. Jan. 27–April 8 Opening Reception & Gallery Crawl Jan. 27 light space modulator, hc gilje

one fine sunday | A collection of original syndicated Sunday comic strip art published in newspapers across America on the same day. Through Feb. 27

707 Penn Gallery 707 Penn Avenue / Wed. & Thurs. 11 a.m.–6 p.m.; Fri. & Sat. 11 a.m.–8 p.m.; Sun.: 11 a.m.–5 p.m.

ross mantle: in the wake | Photographs that question the myths and explore the realities of the American Dream in the Monongahela Valley, portraying the region’s people and places with dignity and understanding while reflecting on the complexities of post-industrial America. Through Dec. 31

steve emmett: internal reflections | A selection of paintings by the late Edinboro University professor and artist Steve Emmett that represent his motif of the solitary male figure. Utilizing an expressionist style, Emmett’s masterful paintings reveal the “strain of painting” while never representing a specific narrative or describing a particular event. Coming from a complicated imagination and emotional state, these works act as mirrors to humanity, exposing us to a wide range of our own personal experience. Jan. 13–Feb. 19

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the creative forces behind some of the most iconic characters in cartoon history. Features original production cells, sketches and more. Visit toonseum.org for information on related Looney Tunes screenings, lectures and events. Through Jan. 2

cell phone disco

Tito Way Liberty Avenue (at wood st., behind crazy mocha)

cell phone disco | Visualizes the electromagnetic field of an active mobile phone. A 16' x 16' light screen receives electromagnetic data from a receiver that continuously scans cell phone usage through 16 antennas and feeds to eight processors embedded in the digital display, illuminating 2,034 individually controlled LED lights. Ongoing


visual arts continued... August Wilson Center 980 Liberty Avenue / Tues.–Sat. 11 a.m.–6 p.m. Free and open to the public. Fee for special exhibits.

august wilson center visual arts invitational exhibition | This exhibition balances various realms of artistic expression, including traditional, realistic, modern, visionary, conceptual and folk. Comprising submissions from local artists selected by jury, the inaugural Invitational offers broad-ranging presentation surveying the spectrum of contemporary art in Western Pennsylvania and “Affrilachia.” Through March 17

Future Tenant 819 Penn Avenue / Wed.–Sun. noon–4 p.m.

943 Liberty Avenue Sat. 11 a.m.–8 p.m.; Sun. 11 a.m.–5 p.m.

how to order tickets

path: installation by elin hansdottir | As part of Wood

Online

Street Galleries’ “Long are the Days, Short are the Nights,” “Path” is a maze-like installation, incorporating light and space. Through June

distillate | Curated by Meghan Olson and Kara Skylling. Features works by resident artists from Pittsburgh’s Brew House Association. Jan. 13–Feb. 4 / Opening Reception Jan. 13, 6–8 p.m.

By Phone Benedum Center, Byham Theater & Cabaret at Theater Square

412-456-6666

windows and mirrors: reflections on the war in afghanistan | Art can be a dynamic

August Wilson Center

way to help people reflect on important issues that impact our country. “Windows and Mirrors” is a traveling exhibit that provides an opportunity to see ourselves in depictions of the war in Afghanistan through the eyes of artists and children. Jan. 27–Feb. 12

Pittsburgh Symphony Heinz Hall

pretty pictures | An exhibit of handmade prints by Paul Roden and Valerie Lueth of Tugboat Printshop. Dec. 3–31

trustarts.org

harris theater 809 Liberty Ave. / 412-682-4111 / pghfilmmakers.org Pittsburgh Filmmakers screens independent, foreign and classic films.

412-338-8742 412-392-4900 Pittsburgh Public Theater

412-316-1600 In Person Box Office at Theater Square 655 Penn Ave. (between Sixth & Seventh Streets) A service charge is added to phone orders. Ticket sales are final; no exchanges or refunds. Seats are subject to availability. Ticket availability for some events may have changed since this was printed.


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Winter Season at-a-glance [ productions listed in purple mark an event’s first night ]

trustarts.org

DECEMBER sunday

4

Neil Berg’s Broadway Holiday The Nutcracker Honeck Conducts Handel’s Messiah Red Defending the Caveman

11

18

Celtic Woman A Musical Christmas Carol Red The Nutcracker Defending the Caveman Pittsburgh Jazz Orchestra Holiday Performance Highmark Holiday Pops with Marvin The Nutcracker A Musical Christmas Carol Defending the Caveman

monday

5

12

tuesday

6

Yo-Yo Ma with the PSO JazzLive Red

wednesday

7

thursday

friday

straight no chaser

1

Red Defending the Caveman

2

The Nutcracker Honeck Conducts Handel’s Messiah Sean Hannity’s Holiday Salute to the Troops One Night Only Red Defending the Caveman

3

Wednesday Wine Flights: Holiday Wine & Cheese Red

8

A Musical Christmas Carol Red Defending the Caveman

9

A Musical Christmas Carol Red The Nutcracker Defending the Caveman

10 First Night

13 Straight

14 Defending the

15 Highmark Holiday

16

19

20

21

22

23

26

27

Caveman

No Chaser B.E. Taylor Christmas Concert JazzLive

B.E. Taylor Christmas Concert

Craft Beer School: Holiday Brews & Cheese The Nutcracker A Musical Christmas Carol JazzLive Memphis JazzLive

saturday

The Nutcracker A Musical Christmas Carol Defending the Caveman

28 Memphis Defending the Caveman

Pops with Marvin The Nutcracker Defending the Caveman

The Nutcracker A Musical Christmas Carol Defending the Caveman

29 Memphis

Highmark Holiday Pops with Marvin The Nutcracker A Musical Christmas Carol Defending the Caveman

The Nutcracker A Musical Christmas Carol Defending the Caveman

30 Memphis

Defending the Caveman

®

Puppet Making Jewelry Making Highmark Family Holiday Pops A Musical Christmas Carol Red The Nutcracker Defending the Caveman

17 Highmark Holiday

Pops with Marvin The Nutcracker A Musical Christmas Carol Defending the Caveman

24

31 Highmark First Night

®

Defending the Caveman

25 celtic woman

Pittsburgh 2012 Rockin’ Salsa New Year’s Eve Dance Party Memphis Defending the Caveman

dave koz

uncommon with chamber orchestra

neil berg’s broadway holiday sean jones

shen yun performing arts

published in

Bill Burr The Nutcracker Honeck Conducts Handel’s Messiah Red Defending the Caveman


JANUARY sunday

mon

tuesday

wednesday

JazzLive

4

thursday

1

Memphis Defending the Caveman

2

3

8

Charlotte’s Web Defending the Caveman

9

10 JazzLive

11

Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances

16

17

JazzLive

18 Michael Pollan 19

As You Like It

20

Craft Beer School: New Beers for the New Year As You Like It JazzLive

25 Ruthless!

Sean Jones Presents Duets: Generations of Jazz Spring Awakening Marvin & The Movies with Dave Koz As You Like It Ruthless! The Musical

27

15

22 As You Like It

29

David Garrett Spring Awakening Marvin & The Movies with Dave Koz As You Like It Ruthless! The Musical

23

30

24

31

Wednesday Wine Flights: Chilean Wines

5

friday

The Second City in Laugh Out Loud Defending the Caveman

12

26

The Musical As You Like It

saturday

6

The Second City in Laugh Out Loud Defending the Caveman

7

13

Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances

14 Drawing the

“Tribute” Concert As You Like It

21 Fiddlesticks:

Hansel & Gretel Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District Spring Awakening Marvin & The Movies with Dave Koz As You Like It Ruthless! The Musical

28 Hansel & Gretel

The Second City in Laugh Out Loud Defending the Caveman

Clothed Figure Art to Wear – Felted Neck Piece Rachmaninoff’s Symphonic Dances

Skate into Winter The Agony and The Ecstasy of Steve Jobs Suite Bill As You Like It

Spring Awakening Marvin & The Movies with Dave Koz As You Like It Ruthless! The Musical

Billy Elliott the Musical Hansel & Gretel As You Like It JazzLive

gallery crawl in the cultural district [ productions listed in purple mark an event’s first night ]

sunday

mon

tuesday

FEBRUARY

5

Uncommon with Chamber Orchestra Brahms’s Requiem As You Like It Spring Awakening Hansel & Gretel Billy Elliott the Musical Ruthless! The Musical

Geographic 12 National Live! Ocean Soul Trespass Performing Artist Residency Series Beethoven, Mozart & Respighi Uncommon with Chamber Orchestra As You Like It Billy Elliott the Musical Ruthless! The Musical

19 Music as Inspiration As You Like It Ruthless! The Musical Trespass Series

26 The Way Back Home Pop Goes the Rock Ruthless! The Musical Trespass Series

6

7

13

14

As You Like It Billy Elliott the Musical JazzLive

Trespass Series

Sean Jones: Soiree Voyage D’Amour As You Like It JazzLive Trespass Series

wednesday

thursday

Craft Beer School: Let’s Go Dutch JazzLive Trespass Series

20

27 Trespass Series

28

JazzLive Trespass Series

saturday

1

Wednesday Wine Flights: Dutch Diaspora Billy Elliott the Musical

2

As You Like It Billy Elliott the Musical Ruthless! The Musical

3

Uncommon with Chamber Orchestra Brahms’s Requiem As You Like It Spring Awakening Hansel & Gretel Billy Elliott the Musical Ruthless! The Musical

4

Uncommon with Chamber Orchestra Brahms’s Requiem As You Like It Spring Awakening Billy Elliott the Musical Ruthless! The Musical

8

Cedric Watson & Bijou Creole As You Like It Billy Elliott the Musical Ruthless! The Musical

9

Uncommon with Chamber Orchestra As You Like It Billy Elliott the Musical Ruthless! The Musical

10

Beethoven, Mozart & Respighi Uncommon with Chamber Orchestra As You Like It Billy Elliott the Musical Ruthless! The Musical

11

The Handmade Valentine Uncommon with Chamber Orchestra As You Like It Billy Elliott the Musical Ruthless! The Musical

Music as Inspiration As You Like It Ruthless! The Musical Trespass Series

18

Anatomica Pgh Jazz Orchestra: Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia Music as Inspiration As You Like It Ruthless! The Musical Trespass Series

15

Shen Yun Performing Arts As You Like It Ruthless! The Musical Trespass Series

Triple Horn 16 Afor a Triple

17

Pop Goes the Rock Ruthless! The Musical Trespass Series

23

24 The Red Carpet Roll Out 25

Concerto Shen Yun Performing Arts As You Like It Ruthless! The Musical Trespass Series

Goes 21 Pop the Rock Trespass Series

friday

22

for 29 Playing Change Azar Nafisi Ruthless! The Musical Trespass Series

Visit trustarts.org for tickets, showtimes and additional information.

Brit Floyd Wunderbaum Detroit Dealers Pop Goes the Rock Ruthless! The Musical Trespass Series

Between a Ballad and a Blues B.U.S. 7 Wunderbaum Detroit Dealers Pop Goes the Rock Ruthless! The Musical Trespass Series

Music from Final Fantasy The Red Carpet Roll Out B.U.S. 7 Between a Ballad and a Blues Wunderbaum Detroit Dealers Pop Goes the Rock Ruthless! The Musical Trespass Series

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