Friday, April 18, 2008

WDUQ has put all of their Carnege International peices in one place.

Oil City's Community Playhouse presents the play Proof tonight at 8 p.m. at Rhoades Auditorium, Clarion University-Venango Campus; All seats, $10; 677-SHOW.

Which means that the Venango Campus indie film has been moved to the lovely Latonia Theatre. Waterhorse starts at 7:30 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

Slippery Rock University's Bailey Library's exhibit of book art is on display through May 9th, contains a wide range of work by local, national and international artists, and represents the current state of the art.

The Allegheny College Playshop Theatre concludes its 2008 season with a production of Suzan-Lori Parks' daring play Venus, directed by Professor of Theatre Beth Watkins. The production will be performed at 8 pm through Saturday, April 19, and at 2:30 pm on Sunday, April 20, in the Playshop Theatre, which is located in Arter Hall on the Allegheny College campus.

Venus is based on the true tale of a South African woman, Saartje Baartman, who was taken to England in 1810 and displayed as "the Venus Hottentot" in freak shows in London and the countryside.

Tickets for Venus are $7.50 for adults; $5 for non-Allegheny students, senior citizens and Allegheny employees. With identification, Allegheny students are admitted at no charge. For more information or to order tickets, contact the Playshop Theatre Box Office at (814) 332-3414.

The Trib Review prolfies Pittsburgh's roller-derby team, The Steel City Derby Demons.

Is the poetry...reading...voice...dying? Let's hope so.

There's still time to see the rarely produced Shakespearian romance, Cymbeline, at Pitt's student Studio Theater.

NPR interviews folkie Willy Porter

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Matt Pond PA Live at Nokia Theatre on November 18, 2005

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