Free Events This Week for Pitt Undergraduates Only!

1. With a Shadow of...
2. Disney in Concert - IS FULL
3. La bohème
4. A Doll's House, Part 2
5. The Colorado

1. With a Shadow of...
Corning Works Dance
Thursday, March 28
Meeting Time: 6:35 PM
Estimated End Time: 9:20 PM

A quartet of highly gifted dancers explore the liminal moment before sleep, the moment before waking, and the space in between. Using sound, light and movement, these stunning works will amaze you!

Enjoy a tasty bite at The Foundry before the show!

2. Disney In Concert
Pittsburgh Symphony Pops
Friday, March 29
Meeting Time: 7:10 PM
Estimated End Time: 10:40 PM

This program is FULL.

3. La bohème
Pittsburgh Opera
Saturday, March 30
Meeting Time: 5:15 PM
Estimated End Time: 10:30 PM

When Rodolfo, a poet, and Mimi, a young seamstress, meet, the two are drawn into a passionate affair with a love that can only be broken by death.

Emotional and dramatic, it’s no wonder Puccini’s most celebrated opera has transcended the genre, inspiring both a ballet and the Broadway hit musical Rent. This opera will make you laugh, and bring you to tears, with its timeless story and captivating music.

Dinner at Max’s Allegheny Tavern before the show.

4. A Doll’s House, Part 2
Pittsburgh Public Theater
Sunday, March 31
Meeting Time: 5:05 PM
Estimated End Time: 8:30 PM

Remember when Nora walked out and slammed the door behind her in Ibsen’s 1879 masterpiece, "A Doll’s House?" After 15 years away, Nora Helmer has returned home. And now that she’s back, she’s taking no prisoners. The Pittsburgh debut of the hit Broadway play crackles with razor-sharp humor that speaks directly to today’s audiences, giving new voice to its predecessor’s themes of marriage, fidelity and personal independence.

5. The Colorado
National Sawdust
Sunday, April 7
Meeting Time: 6:35 PM
Estimated End Time: 9:00 PM

Join PITT ARTS for a screening of The Colorado!

The film is:
· A documentary film about the North American West
· A musical tribute to land and water
· A cautionary tale about the environment

The Colorado has been hailed as one of the most profound documentaries in recent memory. This beautiful film explores the complex relationship between the Colorado River and the people who make use of its basin across history.

As sonically pleasing as it is visually arresting, The Colorado boasts a score written by some of the most acclaimed composers living today, including Pulitzer Prize laureate John Luther Adams, Glenn Kotche, William Brittelle, Shara Nova and Paola Prestini. The film is narrated by Academy Award-winning actor Mark Rylance.