Bring the whole family to Heinz Hall to share in one of the world’s greatest classic tales as it hits the stage for the first time. Sunday, May 23rd is your last opportunity to enjoy this heartwarming musical!
Audiences will be transported to an exciting, and altogether fantastic reality that gives grand license for song, dance and spectacle in a one-of-a-kind theatrical experience!
Led by the creative team of director Jerry Zaks (La Cage Aux Folles, Smokey Joe’s Cafe, Everybody Loves Raymond), book writer B.T. McNicholl (Billy Elliot, Spamalot, Cabaret) and composer Dennis DeYoung (founding member of the rock group STYX, The Hunchback of Notre Dame), THE 101 DALMATIANS MUSICAL also features a surprise grand finale showcasing the tremendous talents of the professional and rescued Dalmatians that will leave audiences cheering! For more information visit the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust.
Don’t forget to stop by the Carlton for a meal before the show and get a free limo ride to Heinz Hall!
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Shadyside Art Festival on Walnut Street. From May 22nd-23rd Walnut Street in Shadyside will transform into a living, breathing art gallery with 150 exhibitors from around the nation. Like all Howard Alan events, the Shadyside Art Festival is a juried show, which means each participating artist is hand-selected from hundreds of applicants to ensure a first-class festival with only the highest quality, original artwork. All of the work on display is available for purchase, and with prices ranging from $15 earrings to $50 prints to $20,000 sculptures, there is always something for everyone. For more information visit the Art Festival.
101 Dalmatians Musical. This week only stop by Heinz Hall with the whole family for a night to remember! One of the world’s greatest classic tales hits the stage for the first time with THE 101 DALMATIANS MUSICAL. Don’t miss a surprise grand finale showcasing the tremendous talents of the professional and rescued Dalmatians that will leave audiences cheering! For more information and tickets visit the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Don’t forget to stop by the Carlton Restaurant for a meal before the show and a free limo to Heinz Hall.