|October 28, 2013||
Enjoy delicious cocktails and hors d’oeuvre, dinner, the company of PICT Theatre actors and directors. At our after party, dance to music spun by a D.J., dine on a late-night sweet and salty buffet and celebrate theatre through an award given to the supporter that attends in the best Sherlock Holmes themed costume.
The event has three phases:
The Award Reception features two inaugural awards, the Anne D. Mullaney Inspiration Award, and the Chosky-Rauh Theatre Award. Guests will enjoy sparkling wine, cocktails and delicious hors d’oeuvre, as well as an opportunity to peruse the silent auction items;
The Dinner Party features a seated dinner and strolling dessert in the company of PICT actors and directors and, throughout the evening, the opportunity to support PICT by purchasing both Silent and Live Auction packages donated by PICT Theatre supporters.
The Dance Party at which guests will dance to the modern sounds of a D.J. and enjoy a late-night sweet and salty buffet. At the Dance Party, a cash award will be given to the person wearing the best Sherlock Holmes themed costume.
Event dress is cocktail attire or costume, with a Sherlock Holmes theme. To assist our guests with their costumes, PICT Theatre has partnered with Costume World to provide high-quality costumes for those that would like to take part in this way.
|November 1, 2013||
w/Weird Paul and Dead River
|November 2, 2013||
6:00-7:00 pm: Soil Mixer
Featuring cocktails and food & beer pairing by Wild Purveyors and Full Pint Brewing (tickets limited)
7:00-10:00 pm: Main Event
Featuring local snacks and libations, world-famous cookie table, and I Made it! (out of wood) local craft market
Art Exhibition at Future Tenant Gallery
819 Penn Avenue
|November 6, 2013|
|November 9, 2013||
Described as psychedelic rock opera, Drowning Clowns’ (husband & wife team Mike Speranzo and Rusted Root’s Liz Berlin collaborating with Crisis Car’s Frank Spadafora, pro skateboarder Evan Smith and others) music is a cataclysmic mix of rock, indie, americana and electro-pop for fan’s of Radiohead, Pink Floyd, PJ Harvey, Bright Eyes, Janes Addiction, Fleet Foxes, Genesis, and Postal Service . From haunting ballads such as “One Request” to the thunderous anthem “Deep Blue Sea,” “All That’s Covered Over” delivers a sense of controlled chaos that can only stem from the collaboration of musicians with such diverse styles and long standing experience.
Drowning Clowns have created an album that delivers a universal message of adaptation and evolution through this one of a kind musical convergence. The album is an artistic representation of the struggle, growth, challenges and success of developing a business, starting a family and creating a life while being entrenched in the fast-paced music industry. Drowning Clowns' debut album “All That’s Covered Over” is a labor of love from a collaborative of Pittsburgh’s most gifted musicians.
Come out and celebrate years in the making with a free show held by the Mr. Smalls family.
The other bands performing include special guests Broken Fences, Jazzam, The Big Bend, Phat Man Dee and more!
|November 11, 2013||
w/Slam Dunk and The Warm Hair
Tickets on sale 9/27 at 10am.
|November 11, 2013|
|November 14, 2013||
|November 16, 2013|
|November 20, 2013||
w/Now, Now and Harrison Hudson
|November 23, 2013||
This brand new orchestra event features Danny Elfman's famous film scores brought to life on stage by orchestra, and enhanced by visuals on the big screen of Tim Burton's original film sketches, drawings and story boards. Celebrating the nearly three decade-long partnership of two of Hollywood's top creators, this event features films from a fascinating back catalogue of classics such as Beetlejuice, Batman & Batman Returns, Edward Scissorhands, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Pee-Wee's Big Adventure, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and Alice in Wonderland, this concert explores the collaborative relationship between music and storytelling and the process and importance that it has in filmmaking.
|November 27, 2013|
|November 28, 2013||
Thanksgiving Day Schedule on WYEP
6am Willie Nelson Special: To All The Girls (featuring Willie doing duets with female singers)
7am Rosanne Cash: The List
8am Dave Matthews Band: Away From The World
9am American Originals: Lou Reed
10am American Originals: Hank Williams
11am Thanksgiving Mix with Rosemary Welsch: Featuring seasonal and autumnal songs, and the classic, Alice’s Restaurant (11a-2pm)
2pm Third Coast International Audio Festival
4pm Willie Nelson Special: To All The Girls (featuring Willie doing duets with female singers)
5pm Bob Marley: Live Forever (Hour long special on Bob Marley and The Wailers' final concert recorded in Pittsburgh)
6pm World Café
8pm The Block Party: Hosted by Barb Steinberg (8-11pm)
11pm Arcade Fire live concert: Recorded in Los Angeles on Oct 28th
|December 2, 2013|
|December 6, 2013|
|December 7, 2013||
The East End Food Co-op is pleased to present Winterfest! The event will feature food, music, and fun for all ages! We’ll have kosher vegetarian and vegan items provided by Tallulah’s Catering, and East End Brewing’s craft beers on tap, There will also be an array of sweet treats for everyone, including gluten-free and vegan options provided by Gluuteny Bakery.
The musical line-up is comprised of some of Pittsburgh’s finest local entertainers. The opener, Several Conclusions, features solo guitarist Rob Gray, who describes his sound as spooky Americana roots music. The headlining act is Purple Tuesday, whose music is a blend of funk, jazz, hip hop, and pop, rooted in improvisation and deep grooves. DJ Chill Cosby, a co-owner of Lawrenceville’s 720 Records, will keep the party going between the two performances with a blend of funky, invigorating tunes for the soul.
All attendees will also be entered in a raffle. Each guest will receive a free ticket as they enter and winners will be drawn throughout the night. Prizes include a Co-op gift basket, as well as gift certificates and products donated by local businesses and organizations, such as Table Magazine, Body Harmony Massage Therapy, and Phipps Conservatory.
|December 11, 2013||
Live music and conversation from the WYEP Community Broadcast Center.
|December 12, 2013||
This year, WYEP will be celebrating the holiday spirit at Stage AE on Thursday, December 12th with a slew of local musicans playing classic holiday tunes. We will be serving up the holiday cheer at our featured cookie table as we attempt to break the Guinness Book of World Records for Biggest Cookie Table!
This year, we are excited to announce a partnership with local non-profit organization Jeremiah's Place. Jeremiah's Place is dedicated to advocating for the well-being of young children during times of family emergencies. By providing safe care for the child and connecting struggling families to established resources, Jeremiah's Place betters Pittsburgh by educating families and providing protective care for those in need while also giving a voice to child abuse prevention.
In joining their mission to provide comfort to children in need, we are inviting guests to bring new, unused pajamas for children ages 0-6 to Stage AE the night of the Holiday Hootenanny. Those who bring pajamas will be given a WYEP Music Sampler CD, as a way of thanking them for helping this amazing organization!
Join 91.3fm WYEP this holiday season for a party that will warm your heart as we jam out at Stage AE and support local non-profit Jeremiah's Place!
Musicians performing include:
|December 14, 2013||
Creative.Life.Support Revival Series presents:
Women’s Revival Showcase
Featuring Liz Berlin of Rusted Root with special guests
Von Grey, Jasmine Tate, Kiersten Kelly, and more to be announced
When: Saturday December 14th, 6:00PM
Where: Mr. Smalls Theatre, 400 Lincoln Ave
Millvale, PA 15209
Cost: Over 21: Free Under 21: $2.00
Mr. Smalls Theatre will be hosting some of the most talented female artists in the Pittsburgh area on Saturday December 14th. This is a fantastic opportunity for fans and artists to explore and support the active movement of female performers throughout our city.
Join us as we celebrate a few of the diverse female artists that inspire and drive the Pittsburgh music scene.
Creative.Life.Support Revival Series: The “2013 Revival Series” is a revolutionary model of local showcases where admission is free for over 21 ($2 for under 21). Each band will be distributing free tickets and are paid according to how many of their tickets are redeemed at the door.
Because in our perfect world: Shows are free, people show up,
bands get paid & local music reigns supreme!
Creative.Life.Support is the non-profit offshoot of the Mr. Smalls family. It includes a record label, multiple music programs, a documentary movie in the works, and a college internship program. The main goal of Creative.Life.Support is to raise awareness about local talent, promote creativity and provide opportunities that musicians, artists, and athletes need to achieve their personal ambitions.
|December 15, 2013||
The Aspinwall Presbyterian Performing Arts Series, in its fourth seaon presents One Voice Vocal Ensemble.
|December 31, 2013||
Highmark First Night Pittsburgh, a production of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, is an arts-focused and family-friendly New Year’s Eve celebration in downtown Pittsburgh’s Cultural District. It is the largest single-day celebration in the region offering around 150 events at nearly 50 indoor and outdoor locations within the 14-block Cultural District.
The celebration offers something for everyone.
|January 10, 2014|
|January 11, 2014||
w/Paul Luc and Household Stories
|January 17, 2014||
Ferdinand the Bull hails from the University of Pittsburgh, where they formed this past November. Armed with charismatic songs of youth, the band is as passionate as it is ambitious.
|January 18, 2014||