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The Music of Donna Summer

She was a woman from Boston with a voice from heaven, who shot through the celebrities from gospel choir to dancefloor diva. What the world really did not understand was how Donna Summer risked it all to break via obstacles, coming to be the icon of an era and the inspiration for every music diva who complied with. With a score featuring more than 20 of Summer’s classic hits consisting of “Love to Love You Baby,” “Bad Girls” as well as “Hot Stuff,” this electrical experience is a relocating homage to the voice of a generation.


At the Benedum Theater April 7, 2020 right next to the

Donna Summer Diva

She was a girl from Boston with a voice from heaven, who shot through the stars from gospel choir to dancefloor diva. But what the world didn’t know was how Donna Summer risked it all to break through barriers, becoming the icon of an era and the inspiration for every music diva who followed. With a score featuring more than 20 of Summer’s classic hits including “Love to Love You Baby,” “Bad Girls” and “Hot Stuff,” this electric experience is a moving tribute to the voice of a generation.

April 7th, 2020 at the Benedum Theater right next to

The Cultural District is Formed

Since 1984, the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, a non-profit arts organization, has worked to make the Steel City a place where the arts can flourish. Our efforts have focused on the cultural and economic development of the Cultural District, a 14-square-block area of downtown Pittsburgh. What was once a downtrodden red light district now thrives as a vibrant center for culture, art, food, and community. Pittsburgh’s Cultural District stands as a nationwide model for how the arts can play a pivotal role in urban revitalization.


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Calm In A Chaotic World

It’s a crazy world that we live in and with all of the chaos (defined as disorder and confusion) it is important to try to keep some resemblance of normality. Many of my friends and peers are doing the best that they can without feeding into the false news or making things worse. We have so many people that we know that are affected by the closures and shut downs that I thought it important to have our normal Monday night.

Focus tonight on some of the different resources available to everyone and some of the things that you can do to Stay Calm  with this pandemic that is affecting us all.

Carnegie Museum of Art

The Carnegie Museum of Art is an institution in Pittsburgh’s artistic legacy. For any visitor to Pittsburgh, it is as much a must-do as the iconic Duquesne Incline. And, art lovers and enthusiasts are likely to find something incredible during a trip to the CMOA. Find it right in the heart of the Oakland neighborhood, among the legendary universities and medical centers, bustling college students, and delicious food.

A short uber ride to the Carnegie Museum is a fun trip from your home Downtown at the

Craig Davis says…

“I was a resident in both the Star Loft and Sky Loft for 2 ½ years; both apartments are beautiful, clean, and well maintained. You can’t find a better location to live in Pittsburgh- right in the heart of the cultural district, within walking distance to all downtown businesses, theaters, restaurants and nightlife. Charlie and Janet are the perfect landlords- professional, responsive, and above all kind. I will miss them and would enthusiastically recommend their beautiful building to anyone.” 

Craig Davis

CEO of Visit Pittsburgh and Resident of the

Young Frankenstein Live

Take a roll in the hay! ABC network has actually introduced Young Frankenstein Live! as its most recent real-time musical occasion, to be created by Mel Brooks, according to Target date.

Based on the 2007 Broadway musical adjustment of Brooks as well as Gene Wilder’s 1974 film, Young Frankenstein Live! will certainly include Brooks’ initial music as well as verses from the stage program. A comical re-imagining of the Mary Shelley traditional Monster, the musical follows Frederick Frankenstein, a respected New york city brain specialist and teacher, as he acquires a castle as well as laboratory in Transylvania from his deranged genius grandfather. He currently encounters an issue: does he remain to run from his household’s hurt past or does he stay in Transylvania to carry on his grandpa’s crazy experiments?

The Broadway musical Young Frankenstein, including a book by Brooks and also Thomas Meehan, debuted on Broadway on November 8, 2007 as well as continued with January 4, 2009. That initial production, directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman, boasted an actors that consisted of Roger Bart as Frederick Monster, Sutton Foster as Inga, Megan Mullally as Elizabeth, Shuler Hensley as The Monster and also Fred Applegate as Examiner Kemp, with Andrea Martin and also Christopher Fitzgerald in Tony-nominated turns as Frau Blucher and Igor, respectively.

Casting and an airdate for Young Monster Live! will certainly be revealed soon.

Life & Death of Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones

In the mid ’60s, Brian Jones emerged as the poster boy of the Swingin’ London scene, topping the charts with The Rolling Stones and dating model/actress Anita Pallenberg. However, his excessive lifestyle and his reputation as “the original bad boy of Rock & Roll” cost him dearly. Targeted by the authorities and media, he spiraled out of control, losing both Anita and the respect of the Stones. Two years later, Brian was found at the bottom of his swimming pool, the verdict: death by misadventure. During the last 50 years many theories have emerged claiming that Brian was murdered and that it was covered up at high level; as this film discovers, the evidence for this is extremely compelling.

Long-time Rolling Stones bass guitarist Bill Wyman said of Jones, “He formed the band. He chose the members. He named the band. He chose the music we played. He got us gigs. … he was very influential, very important, and then slowly lost it – highly intelligent – and just kind of wasted it and blew it all away.”

Saturday, February 15 at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, February 16 at 4:30 p.m.

This show is a short walk from your home at