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An American Celebration: In Honor of our Service Men & Women
We are excited to return to Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum for a second concert celebrating our great country and those who serve to protect it. Assistant Conductor Andrs Franco leads a concert of American favorites which will be fun for the whole family. Enjoy a summer evening of beautiful music featuring Sousa’s "The Stars and Stripes Forever," along with music by John Williams from the movie Lincoln, music of Aaron Copland, and other favorites. Bring your best singing voice for a sing-along with the orchestra to honor our active and retired servicemen and women.This concert is free and open to public, RSVP by filling out a short form at www.pittsburghsymphony.org/veterans.
Bach, Beethoven and Brunch
Community Band South performs. Bach Beethoven and Brunch
Tuesday Noon Recital
Singer-keyboardist Larry Faust will present a variety of songs in the church's Serenity Garden (weather permitting), followed by a light lunch at 12:35 p.m. in the church's social hall.
CLO presents DAMN YANKEES
Batter up! Just in time for the thick of baseball season comes the muscular musical about baseball super-fan Joe Boyd. Joe is transformed into a star slugger after he makes a deal with the devil and his sexy associate, Lola, for a chance to lead his home team to victory in the pennant race against the New York Yankees. For tickets please call 412-456-6666
Kiss Me, Kate
It's so fun to "Brush Up Your Shakespeare" at SummerFest, with Cole Porter's fiery romantic musical, Kiss Me, Kate! The show within the show is a musical version of William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew. A "first couple of the theatre" are playing the lead roles, so the off-stage conflict between Fred Graham, the show's director, producer, and star, and his leading lady, his ex-wife Lilli Vanessi make for hot summer fireworks. Add in gamblers and gangsters and great songs ("Wunderbar", "So in Love", "Brush Up Your Shakespeare"), and you have a show which the New York Times praised as "a remarkable melodious score with an occasional suggestion of Puccini, who was a good composer, too." The Opera Theater SummerFest company pulls out the all the stops for four performances through July 23 in our intimate 400-seat venue! Food, pre-show entertainment. AAA, Group, student discounts available.
Dinner Theatre Musical Revue, â€œA Visit To Broadway"
Retro Red Productions presents a Dinner Theatre Musical Revue, “A Visit To Broadway | The Musical!"Ticket Prices include dinner buffet and the show:Adults: $30 | Seniors: $25 Purchase tickets on-line at www.retrored.net for $25 Reserve tickets by email: firstname.lastname@example.org