by Michael “Buzz” Buzzelli, ‘Burgh Vivant Contributor.
Here are the Top Five Things To Do June 19 through June 22:
John McIntire Dangerously Live Comedy Talk Show with special guest Rick Sebak.
In John’s own Pittsburghese; “Join me and WQED’s Rick Sebak as we explore the endearing and annoying quirks that make Pixburgh Pixburgh. So git yinz asses in gear and gitdonner.”
The Dangerously Live Comedy Talk Show is June 21 at 10:15 at the CLO Cabaret, 655 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh.
Alarum Theatre is performing “Iphigenia & Other Daughters” at the Blue Slide Playground in Frick Park.
Alarum promises “A bold new look at the Orestes myth from Greek tragedy focuses on the women, those who were excluded from the wars, from revenge, and from history itself.”
“Iphigenia & Other Daughters” is at the aforementioned Blue Slide Playground, Frick Park, Beechwood Blvd. and Nicholson Street, Squirrel Hill.
Which Witch is Witch?
The Heritage Players will cry, “Witch!” when they present Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible.” There’s a lot of hurtful name-calling in this play, but if you’ve ever watched Fox News, you can handle it.
“The Crucible” is playing at the Seton Center, 1900 Pioneer Avenue, Pittsburgh.
For more information, call 412-254-4633 or go to www.bphp.org
You get to be Sherlock Holmes, Hercule Poirot or Columbo at Gaetano’s Restaurant as they present “Deadly Lessons,” an interactive murder mystery dinner theater show. You’ll be going to a party for everyone’s favorite school teacher, Miss Lily, but maybe this school teacher has a hidden past. Dunt Dunt Da!
“Deadly Lessons” is at Gaetano’s Restaurant1617 Banksville Rd., Pittsburgh.
For more information, call 724-344-2069 or visit www.eatdrinkmurder.org
Where the Wild Things Are
It’s the final weekend to catch “Wild Things,” an exhibit of 2D, 3D and kinetic artworks juried by Cynthia Shaffer. After June 21, things will be a lot less wild in Sewickley.
You can find “Wild Things” at the Sweetwater Center for the Arts, 200 Broad Street, Sewickley.
For more information, call 412-741-4405 or visit www.sweetwaterartcenter.org