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8:00 am Shale Media

Cost $195.00 per student and includes breakfast, lunch and a snack.

Location
Holiday Inn Monroeville Pa

Instructor
Safeland USA

8:30 am Networking Breakfast

Networking Breakfast in Southpointe (Tuesday, Feb 3, 8:30 am) At our Southpointe office 135 Technology Dr.

Location
135 Technology Drive

Instructor
Southpointe Chamber

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4:00 pm Jane Iredale Event

Date/Time: February 5th, 2015 4-7pm.

Cost: $20.00 to hold your spot ($20.00 goes towards your make-up purchase)

Spaces are limited. Call to schedule.

Location
Verve360

Instructor
Samantha Stacknick

5:00 pm Stantec Open House

Instructor
Southpointe Chamber

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3:00 pm Ladies Day

Faith Dickinson is thanking clients by throwing a party at the Rivers Casino.

Location
Casino Rivers

Instructor
Faith Dickinson

7:00 pm 50 Shades of Valentine's

Join us to celebrate Valentine’s Day and Network with Pittsburgh’s Premiere Networking Group. Masks are optional. Free to all PGC members with up to date membership and first time guests. Returning guests $30.  Complimentary appetizers and cash bar. Dress for success and join us for fun event. Get your tickets early as this is sure to be a sold out event. Venue is closed to the public for this…

Location
Perlé 25 Market Square Pittsburgh, PA 15222

Instructor
PGC

11:30 am Network Lunch

This is the largest and only ‘monthly network lunch’ for Southpointe. For only $13 for members and $25 for non-members, this is truly a bargain. Over 100 attend each month. We include an authentic Italian buffet, salad bar, main entrees and dessert bar, with owner/chef Jason Capps of the exclusive Bella Sera venue. What makes it special? Our 12 speaker sound system, 12 ft. projector screen, live jazz with Dan Baker and prizes make this special. Easily shake hands with 50 or more business associates from the area.
Don’t miss this event.

Location
Bella Sera

Instructor
Southpointe Chamber

11:45 am PENS lunch

As always, we will meet @ 11:45 at Eddie Merlot’s in town.  Please do your best to attend & bring guests.  Lastly, please RSVP to me by this Wed @ the latest.

Location
Eddie Merlot's

Instructor
PENS lunch

5:00 pm Energy Industry Training Series

Landowner Rights Earn 5.5 AAPL, CLE, and CPE credits!

Location
Doubletree Meadowlands 340 Racetrack Rd. Washington Pa

Instructor
YPE

6:00 pm Executive Singles Soiree

attendees 75-100

Location
Mansions on Fifth 5105 Fifth Avenue

Instructor
PSE

11:30 am Network Lunch

This is the largest and only ‘monthly network lunch’ for Southpointe. For only $13 for members and $25 for non-members, this is truly a bargain. Over 100 attend each month. We include an authentic Italian buffet, salad bar, main entrees and dessert bar, with owner/chef Jason Capps of the exclusive Bella Sera venue. What makes it special? Our 12 speaker sound system, 12 ft. projector screen, live jazz with Dan Baker and prizes make this special. Easily shake hands with 50 or more business associates from the area.
Don’t miss this event.

Location
Bella Sera

Instructor
Southpointe Chamber

6:00 pm PSE & GPADA VIP Balcony Reception at the International Auto Show

Attendees expected 425

Location
David Lawrence Convention Center

Instructor
PSE

11:30 am Network Lunch

This is the largest and only ‘monthly network lunch’ for Southpointe. For only $13 for members and $25 for non-members, this is truly a bargain. Over 100 attend each month. We include an authentic Italian buffet, salad bar, main entrees and dessert bar, with owner/chef Jason Capps of the exclusive Bella Sera venue. What makes it special? Our 12 speaker sound system, 12 ft. projector screen, live jazz with Dan Baker and prizes make this special. Easily shake hands with 50 or more business associates from the area.
Don’t miss this event.

Location
Bella Sera

Instructor
Southpointe Chamber

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

11:30 am Network Lunch

This is the largest and only ‘monthly network lunch’ for Southpointe. For only $13 for members and $25 for non-members, this is truly a bargain. Over 100 attend each month. We include an authentic Italian buffet, salad bar, main entrees and dessert bar, with owner/chef Jason Capps of the exclusive Bella Sera venue. What makes it special? Our 12 speaker sound system, 12 ft. projector screen, live jazz with Dan Baker and prizes make this special. Easily shake hands with 50 or more business associates from the area.
Don’t miss this event.

Location
Bella Sera

Instructor
Southpointe Chamber

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

5:00 pm Downtown Writers Group

February Writers Group meeting

The Downtown Writers Group will be meeting on Sunday, Feb. 15 at 5:00 p.m. This month’s meeting will be the first held at a new venue, New City Church on 304 Forbes Avenue, second floor. Attendees can expect an opportunity to discuss the creative process with fellow writers and to complete various challenging and inspiring writing activities. Now is the perfect time to join because the future of the Downtown Writers Group will be shaped by our members’ suggestions throughout the next few meetings.

All are welcome to attend and no RSVP is necessary. If you would like to be added to the Downtown Writers Group email list and receive reminders each month, please email Geoff Pfeil at gpfeil@pdcdc.org with “Downtown Writers Group” in the subject line.

Location
New City Church 304 Forbes Avenue 2nd Floor

Instructor
PDCDC

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

6:00 pm Third Tuesday Happy Hour

 

Third Tuesday Happy Hour at Sonoma Grille

Third Tuesday, the PDCDC’s monthly happy hour, is being held on Feb. 17 at Sonoma Grille, 947 Penn Ave. Join us between 6 and 8:30 p.m. for complimentary appetizers and a cash bar while supplies last. Please note that this location is a departure from the original schedule, and that the January and February events have swapped venues.

Please RSVP to events@pdcdc.org or call 412-235-7263.

Location
Sonoma Grill

Instructor
PDCDC

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

8:00 am Appalachian Shale Play Quarterly Event

Daytime 8am-5pm and Evening class 5pm-8pm available. Taught by Randy Martinsen Go to YPE website to register.

Instructor
YPE

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

6:00 pm Grand Opening Hotel Monaco
You are cordially invited to a Grand-Opening-Style business networking and cocktail reception at Pittsburgh’s newest and hottest venue: Hotel Monaco! This event is unique in that it’s the first reception of its kind on the premises. Limited to 425 guests! Early bird available ’til Friday.
  • Delicious hors d’oeuvres and appetizers
  • Mix and mingle with 400+ Greater Pittsburgh Area business owners, corporate level executives, entrepreneurs, and other professionals
  • Local and regional Celebs TBA
  • Door prizes and drawing
  • Cash bar – Business attire please
Sample bites from the BRAND NEW restaurant “The Commoner” as you mingle, meander, and mix with other executives from our great city. Please join us at this new and exciting Pittsburgh landmark!

Location
Hotel Monaco 620 William Penn HIghway

Instructor
PSE

6:00 pm Fashion for Compassion

Fashion with Compassion An evening of fashion, food and fun benefiting the American Heart Association. Event features a fashion show with Dougherty models, shopping, drinks, a DJ and more! Click HERE for tickets and information. Date: February 19, 2015 Venue: Hotel Monaco Pittsburgh See photos from the 2014 event HERE. – See more at: http://www.pittsburghmagazine.com/Pittsburgh-Magazine/Events/#sthash.N7sd483H.dpuf

http://www.pittsburghmagazine.com/Pittsburgh-Magazine/Events/

Register here!

Location
Hotel Monaco

Instructor
Pittsburgh Magazine

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

6:00 pm Lights! Glamour! Action!

PITTSBURGH —“Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Presents Lights! Glamour! Action!”™ will be held on Sunday, February 22, 2015 at Heinz Field – Club Level East.

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NEW! WTAE Pittsburgh’s Channel 4 Viewers receive a special discount to this year’s event by using the promo code: “4OSCAR” in which you will get $50.00 off the Gala Level Ticket (regular price of $125.00) by clicking here. You have until February 22 to get this awesome deal!

Enjoy a red carpet entrance, champagne reception, the live telecast of the 2015 Oscars® on the BIG SCREENS, gourmet food stations, fashion presentations, a silent auction and MUCH more! It’s Hollywood’s biggest night of the year and you can’t miss Pittsburgh’s celebration!

VIDEO:Were you at our event last year? See if you made the video.

EXTRA:Visit WTAE.com’s Oscars’ special section for all things Academy Awards

The annual Academy Awards® benefit, “Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Presents Lights! Glamour! Action!” ™ enters its 15th year as we celebrate another outstanding year of the film industry in our region and support the mission of the Pittsburgh Film Office (PFO). The PFO is a non-profit economic 501c3 development agency that markets the southwestern Pennsylvania region to the film industry. All proceeds raised from the evening support the continued operations of the PFO.

This past year over 900 people gathered to watch the live telecast of the Academy Awards®. Seven local salons styled models for the salon fashion presentation highlighting Oscars® through the decades. More than 153 items were featured in the silent auction.

Thank you for your continued support of the Pittsburgh Film Office.

Ticket Information:

Click here to purchase tickets online

Dress is black-tie optional, or you can come as your favorite celebrity!

Patron Ticket – $500 per person (Includes exclusive pre-party event at J. Verno Studios on Friday, January 23, 2015 and entrance at 6:00 p.m. to “Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Presents Lights! Glamour! Action!”™ on Sunday, February 22, 2015 at Heinz Field with a VIP champagne reception and valet parking. Two parties for Patrons!)

VIP Ticket – $250 per person (Entrance at 6:00 p.m. to “Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Presents Lights! Glamour! Action!”™ on Sunday, February 22, 2015 at Heinz Field – includes a VIP champagne reception, valet parking and exclusive VIP Lounge area during event)

Gala Ticket – $125 per person (Entrance at 7:30 p.m. only to “Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Presents Lights! Glamour! Action!”™ on Sunday, February 22, 2015 at Heinz Field)

Oscar Ticket – $75 per person (minimum of 6 ticket purchase)

http://www.wtae.com/entertainment/pittsburghs-to-celebrate-the-oscars-lights-glamour-action-2015/30723352

Location
Heinz Field

Instructor
Pittsburgh Film Commission

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

10:00 am Southpointe Tradeshow and Exhibitor Convention

This will be our 22nd year of sponsoring the “Official Southpointe Tradeshow and Exhibitor Convention. ” Over 100 vendors and 1,000 executives will walk the 17,000 sq. ft. ballroom. at Southpointe Hilton Garden Inn.
We are very sincere in saying “what ever it takes to make you a part of this show.” If you don’t have the budget, we will work with you. Payment include monthly draws, trade of services or products, donations – we will work with you. Just call our office – let’s talk.
A donation of $400 secures a table, cover, drapes, two chairs and electric & table sign. All you need to participate.
$600 puts you in the front row. $2,000 is a corporate sponsorshjip with your logo on top of our web page, VIP cocktail party the night before and signage on all emails, print and radio/digital signs. Included is a a brief video featuring all corporate sponsors on trade show day at your booth.

Location
Southpointe Hilton Garden Inn

Instructor
Southpointe Chamber

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater

3:00 pm Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater's Festival in Black and White

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White returns

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater’s Festival in Black & White is back for its eleventh year! For over a decade, this festival has helped forge artistic relationships across ethnic and cultural lines and has connected audiences with the area’s rich diversity.
The festival gives voice to theatrically talented individuals with varied backgrounds whose stories might be underrepresented in the artistic community. Every year the festival has a specific focus, but it always works to create a cross-cultural experience for audiences and artists.

This year’s theme promises to showcase an even broader array of viewpoints than usual. The Theater Festival in Black and White: Multicultural Edition highlights Pittsburgh’s diverse communities by seeking plays from playwrights with various cultural backgrounds, all of whom have lived in the Pittsburgh area for at least two years.

The eight selected scripts will be performed as full stage productions during the festival, and are divided into two programs, which are ticketed separately. This year’s event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the Pittsburgh Playwrights will recognize the talent during the festival.

The festival runs from Feb. 14-28 and is held at the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

For more information on the Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater and their upcoming Theater Festival in Black & White, click here.

Location
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater, 937 Liberty Ave.

Instructor
Pittsburgh Playwrights Theater