Free Events This Week for Pitt Undergraduates Only!


1. Smart Blonde
2. Great Expectations
3. BeethovenFest
4. The Nutcracker This program is now FULL.
5. Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concert This program is now FULL.

1. Smart Blonde
City Theatre
Tuesday, December 2
Meeting Time: 4:45 PM
Estimated End Time: 9:00 PM

New York City, 1964. The tape is rolling when Born Yesterday star Judy Holliday lays down a series of tracks about her rise to fame amidst the politics of the 1950s. Memory and song converge as the “dumb blonde” with a genius IQ charts her experiences from Greenwich Village to Broadway and beyond with notable show business alums, including Leonard Bernstein and Marilyn Monroe.

Dinner at Pittsburgh Steak Company before the show.

2. Great Expectations
PICT Classic Theatre
Thursday, December 4
Meeting Time: 5:45 PM
Estimated End Time: 10:15 PM

A woman hell-bent on revenge on all men snares Pip, a kindhearted boy, in her wicked web, with the beautiful Estella as bait. Pip is stuck fast in Miss Havisham’s web of love and deceit-will he become a gentleman and win the love of Estella? Dickens’ classic novel has been adapted for stage with the best parts of Pip’s adventure.

Join us for dinner at The Porch before the play.

3. BeethovenFest
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Heinz Hall
Friday, December 5
Meeting Time: 6:20 PM
Estimated end time: 11:00 PM

Beethoven Symphony No. 5
Beethoven Symphony No. 7

Join the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra for the first of three weekends devoted to Beethoven's life and works. This concert features two of Beethoven's most-loved symphonies. The profoundly philosophical Fifth is surely one of the most well-known musical testaments in the repertoire. And the joyful, highly-charged Seventh bursts with optimism.

Dessert reception in the Grand Tier Lounge after the concert.

4. The Nutcracker

This program is now FULL.

5. Heinz Chapel Choir Holiday Concert
Pitt Department of Music
Sunday, December 7
Meeting Time: 12:45 PM
Estimated End Time: 4:30 PM

This program is now FULL.