By Mike “Buzz” Buzzelli, ‘Burgh Vivant
See some art on the go. Penn Ave Arts in Motion blends with the Pittsburgh Art Car Festival to bring a day of free community fun focused on Art and Mobile Masterpieces! This community celebration includes a variety of entertainment for all ages. The Pittsburgh Art Car Festival will showcase creative modes of transportation including decked out whips, frankenrods, muscle, classic cars, tricycles, bicycles, big wheels, Art Cars, and more. The event gears up on September 19 at 5231 Penn Avenue (on the corner of Penn and N. Atlantic Avenue). For more information, go here.
Jennifer Schaupp’s “Woman in the Raw” is generated from her personal blog entries, monologues, and Facebook status updates. The show will string together sarcastic and introspective musings ranging from a crush on singer Gwen Stefani to whether people actually care. The main character, played by Joanna Lowe, goes about a typical morning, sharing her eclectic thoughts with herself and any audience member willing to listen, all the while plugged in to social media channels. “Woman in the Raw” is at the Maker Theater, 5950 Ellsworth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15232. For more information, click here.
The Beat Goes On
The Pittsburgh New Works Festival is in its third week. Come see the new never-before-seen plays, “Gravity Between Us,” “Rules of Discovery,” and “The Man that Got Away” Thursday, or come out and see “Grim Tidings,” “Nana’s Home Movies,” and “The Green-Eyed Monster” on Friday. OR see all six shows on Saturday! It’s all at the Carnegie Stage (formerly Off the Wall Theatre), 25 W. Main Street, Carnegie, PA 15106. For more information, click here.
Friday September 18, it’s getting dangerously live again. John McIntire’s Dangerously Live Comedy Talk Show is back with special guest Mayor Bill Peduto. It’s the final installment of the “We Call B.S. on P.C.” regional tour. Also on the panel is Post-Gazette Sunday Editor John Allison and Comedian Michael Buzzelli. It goes down with the Mayor at the Arcade Comedy Theater, 811 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. For tickets or more information, click here.
Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered
Before Samantha Stephens, there was Gillian Holroyd, a witch who falls for a mortal, Shep Henderson, in “Bell, Book and Candle.” Come see a romantic comedy about a man/witch relationship (not a Manwich relationship which is about the love of ground meat and spices). “Bell, Book and Candle,” is at the South Park Theatre, Corrigan Drive at Brownsville Road, Bethel Park, PA, 15219, For more information, click here.