Free Events This Week for Pitt Undergraduates Only!


1. Trinitense
2. The Glass Menagerie is FULL
3. Macbeth is FULL
4. Grand & Glorious Gala Concert is FULL
5. Music on the Edge Chamber Orchestra
6. Fargo

1. Artful Wednesdays: Trinitense

Join PITT ARTS for Artful Wednesdays! Trinitense on October 22 from 12-1 PM at the William Pitt Union Lower Lounge.

Free Lunch! No need to sign up for this event – just bring a friend!

2. The Glass Menagerie

This program is FULL.

3. Macbeth

This program is FULL.

4. Grand & Glorious Gala Concert

This program is FULL.

5. Music on the Edge
Chamber Orchestra
Sunday, October 19 8 PM
Meeting Time: 5:20 PM
Estimated End Time: 9:30 PM

Judith Weir: I give you the end of a golden string
Toru Takemitsu: The Dorian Horizon
Claude Vivier: Zipangu
Roger Zahab: Evening on 57th Street, Rob Frankenberry conducts

Don't you miss this gorgeous concert!

The Music on the Edge concert series presents Music on the Edge Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Professor Roger Zahab. The series’ namesake orchestra is an all-star gathering of accomplished musicians including violinists Dawn Posey and Juan Jaramillo, violist Jennifer Gerhard Mangone, bassist Jeff Mangone, and Boston cellist David Russell, from the Firebird Ensemble.

Dinner at Joe Mama’s before the concert.

6. Fargo
Pittsburgh Filmmakers
Thursday, October 23 7 PM
Meeting Time: 6:30 PM
Estimated End Time: 9:15 PM

Darkly comic, this Coen Brothers thriller created one of cinema's classic female characters: Marge Gunderson, a pregnant police chief investigating a series of homicides across the frozen Minnesota landscape. The plot revolves around a car salesman who hires criminals to kidnap his wife. But when the scheme goes sour, and wood chippers get involved, things get deadly serious. In 2006 the movie was put into the United States National Film Registry because the group thought it was culturally, historically, or aesthetically important enough to be recognized in their collection. It inspired a TV series of the same name.