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  • CSA CSA Artist: Continuum Dance Theater

    April 11, 2013

    Sarah Parker and Continuum Dance Theater delve into the depths of human yearning in this world premier of Objects of DESIRE.  Part dance performance, part psychological experiment, Continuum Dance Theater has combed the streets of local communities to explore the root causes love, success, comfort and pain. Sarah Parker of Continuum Interview from New Hazlett […]

  • Music Mostly Sun Ra

    April 7, 2013

    The enigmatic and mysterious musician Sun Ra drew inspiration from ancient Egyptian cultures, spiritualism, and Afro-American history to create a repertoire encompasses the entire history of American jazz from ragtime to Free.  Though his popularity peaked in the 1960s, his influence as an arranger and bandleader are still felt today. OPEK, Pittsburgh’s most innovative collective of […]

  • Music Let Everything That Has Breath

    March 25, 2013

    Sanctuary of Praise brings us an evening of music to lift the spirit.  Featuring Bloodsent, Jordan Welch, Adrienne Butler Leonard & The Sanctuary of Praise Choir, Spirit-Lead, and Michaela & Jordan. Tickets available through brownpapertickets.com and Sanctuary of Praise.  $20 in advance and $25 at the door.

  • Music Aimee Mann with special guest Ted Leo

    March 15, 2013

    Aimee Mann’s newest album, Charmer, chronicles the human comedy better than any popular music in recent memory. Names have been obscured to protect the guilty, but you will almost certainly recognize fellow travelers who have conned, enabled, victimized, or (yes) charmed you. With an album named Charmer, Mann has to be musically seductive, and her […]

  • Dance CORNINGWORKS: REMAINS – a one woman show

    March 6, 2013

    After loss, after dinner, after youth — the ever-changing geography of one’s life. What truly remains? REMAINS takes the audience on an intimate journey exploring life’s lingering stages in all its joys and pains.  Confronting issues of memory and mortality, loss and legacy, humor and humility through a series of poignant, theatrically inventive vignettes.  Beth Corning […]

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