1) Whereas some of her pop contemporaries have faded, P!nk continues to record and tour and plays the PPG Paints Arena this month. Born Alecia Beth Moore, she became famous with songs like “There You Go” from her debut album, 2000’s Can’t Take Me Home. Her appearance on “Lady Marmalade” in 2001 further propelled her career as did “Get the Party Started,” also released that year. She began the new decade strong with “Raise Your Glass.” It first appeared on
Pittsburgh theater companies aren’t tripping lightly into spring; they’re storming in.
Shows that are drawn from history, or tinker with it shamelessly, highlight this month’s live theater schedule in Pittsburgh.
Rusted Root, Minus the Bear, Pittsburgh Fringe Festival
The Pittsburgh Fringe is back for a second year from May 8 to 10, with than 18 events over three days, including musicals, puppetry, magic shows, improv, dance, busking, stand-up and storytelling.