Saturday, May 13, 2017
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
The regional premiere of this coming of age story, set in Pittsburgh, will get audiences wrapped up with Charlie, an observant "wallflower," as he charts a course through the strange world between adolescence and adulthood.
Fiddlesticks Family Concert - Around the World!
Come along with Fiddlesticks for a musical adventure in Heinz Hall! Discover the exciting music created in different countries and how composers have been inspired by exhilarating rhythms and colorful melodies. Hear how Rimsky-Korsakov brought the tale of Scheherazade to life and how Gershwin created a musical journey through Paris. Bring your imaginations as Fiddlesticks sets sail for a whirlwind trip across the musical globe!
PNC Pops: Neil Sedaka
For five decades, Neil Sedaka has kept America singing. Now, he joins the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra for an evening of his timeless hits: "Breaking Up is Hard to Do," "Love Will Keep Us Together," "Laughter in the Rain," "Calendar Girl," and so many more.
Senate Republicans hope to have a vote on their version of the American Health Care Act, which the House passed on May 4, as soon as next week before Congress breaks for recess. Democrat Senators are criticizing Republicans for legislating in a shroud of secrecy without holding public hearings and not making them privy to the negotiations. As Democrats did in 2009 for the Affordable Care Act, the 52 member Republican majority will invoke a special process known as reconciliation that only requires 51 votes to approve the health care overhaul. Do you approve of Republican Senators drafting a health care reform bill without the Democrats input?
Do you agree with the decision to reveal the identities of the jury deadlocked on the Cosby sexual assault trial?