The “Buzz” from Buzzelli: Pittsburgh’s Top 5 To-Do’s THIS WEEKEND (5/8 – 5/11)

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Every week we pick the Top Five Fun Things to do in and around Pittsburgh. Here’s the list for May 8 – 11.


A Bronx school principal and nun takes matters into her own hands when she suspects the young priest of improper relations with a male student in “Doubt.” It’s a modern day parable or perhaps it’s a modern day “Crucible.”

You can find “Doubt” at the Andrew Carnegie Free Library and Music Hall, 300 Beechwood Avenue, Carnegie. Call 412-429-6262 or click


Spirited Away

It’s the mysterious return of Elvira (Giddy up, oom poppa, omm poppa, mow mow)! Following a séance, Charles Condomine finds his late wife is back for an extended visit in “Blithe Spirit.” It’s kinda hacking off Condomine’s current wife.

You can catch “Blithe Spirit” at the Charity Randall Theatre, 4301 Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA.

For more information, go to:


Under Where?

A young bride is met with instant celebrity after her bloomers drop to her ankles at a parade for the king. It’s not exactly the Britney Spears story, but it is adapted from Carl Sterheim’s farce by standup comedian, actor and playwright Steve Martin.

You can find “The Underpants” at the Little Lake Theater, 500 Lakeside Drive, Canonsburg, PA. Please wear your own to the show.

For more information, call 724-745-6300 or visit


You can’t have a what?

Over at the Grey Box (there’s a joke in here somewhere) three women each visit their therapist on a typical Tuesday evening in “You can’t have an orgasm with me.” It’s a provocative, hilarious and touching look at the healing power of vulnerability.

For more information, go to their Facebook Events page at


Noodling Around

Standup Comedian Krish Mohan brings his online video “Fork Full of Noodles” to a live audience at the Pittsburgh Fringe Festival. See some of Pittsburgh’s best standup comedians and improvisers noodling around on the Pittsburgh Fringe stage. See comedians Derek Minto, Ray Zawondni, Zach Funk and improvisers like Justin Vetter, Brett Goodnack and more…

May 10: 2pm-3pm
May 10: 8:50p-9:50pm
May 11: 7:20pm-8:20pmShow times are May 10 2:00 – 3:00 pm, 8:50 – 9:50 pm, and 7:20-8:20 on May 11.

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