by Mike “Buzz” Buzzelli, ‘Burgh Vivant.
What Women Want
Many women struggle with the changeless of balancing motherhood and career. Playwright Andrea Lepcio examines said struggle in, “Tunnel Vision.” You can brave the Fort Pitt Tunnel or the Liberty Tunnel and go to the Carnegie Stage (formerly the Off the Wall Theatre), 25 E. Main Street, Carnegie, PA 15106. For more information, go here.
Once Upon a Time
The musical storybook mash up, “Into the Woods,” is back in the ‘Burgh. Follow the heroes, villains and woodland creatures into the woods at the Pittsburgh Playhouse, 222 Craft Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213. For more information, go here.
If you’re off your Adderall, you might want to consider the “Ten-Minute Play Fest.” It’s a selection of 12 plays that are ten minutes or less. It’s also an inexpensive evening out at $3 to $5 dollar cover charge. It’s at the Community Activity Center, 113 N. Pacific Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15224. For more information, go here.
This is the final week of the Reel Q Film Festival. On October 17, the closing film is the director’s cut of “54,” about the famously wicked nightclub, Studio 54. Then, go to the after party at the Arthur Murray Dance Center on 136th 6th Street, for dancing, disco and a costume contest. The fun begins at the Harris Theater, 809 Liberty Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, For more information, go here.
Fall into Spring
What better time to celebrate spring than in fall? Join the Pittsburgh symphony as they perform music from Stravinsky’s “Rite of Spring.” It’s considered a musical masterpiece. It will be performed along with Ginastera’s concerto for the Harp and Orchestra and the symphony premiere of Edu Lobo’s Suite Popular Brasileira. It’s all at Heinz Hall, 600 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. For more information, go here.