City Theatre, coming off the successful two-week run of their Drive-in Arts Festival at RIDC’s Hazelwood Green, has readied the site for another drive-in experience. This time with Manual Cinema’s Frankenstein. The film has been described as a modern, innovative adaption of Mary Shelley’s legendary novel. Frankenstein features a live musical score performed onstage while next to it, the innovative film plays on a very large movie screen.
“The thrilling theatricality of Manual Cinema’s Frankenstein is a unique take on Mary Shelley’s classic—a perfect fit for a fall evening on the drive-in stage,” said City’s Artistic Director, Marc Masterson. “With a live score played against an original silent film using shadows and light to tell the tale, this is a Frankenstein like no other. We can’t wait to share this family-friendly production with Pittsburgh.”
The production will runs Wednesdays through Sundays at 8 p.m. now through October 18. Tickets for Frankenstein start at $20 for subscribers and $25 for the general public. This performance is appropriate for all ages. More information and tickets available at City Theatre’s website. And for tonight’s performance there are a limited amount (25) of free tickets are available through Allegheny County RADical Days 2020.
2) This evening Uncover Squirrel Hill (the neighborhood’s chamber of commerce) is having the second in a series of SHOP: Squirrel Hill Outdoor Popups on Forbes and Murray Avenues with local business and service providers that includes product, food, and entertainment offerings. Participating merchants include: Silk Elephant, Kiin Lao & Thai Eatery, Coffee Tree Roasters, Dollar Bank, Chocolate Moose, Classic Lines Bookstore, Jewish Community Center (JCC), Ten Thousand Villages, European Wax Center, Paititi Peruvean Clothing and Gifts, Pastoli’s, Games Unlimited, and The Friendship Circle. Live music will be provided by Sunburst Music and local artists will also be on hand. 4- 8 p.m. The next Popups is October 15.