PLUS ONE (Modern Dance) by Antonio Brown. Attack Theatre. Through Oct. 3.
1) Attack Theatre, one of Pittsburgh’s top modern dance outfits is celebrating their new Lawrenceville studio with their production, Plus One. explores what a party is without food,—it’s music and dancing. Attack Theatre says, “This new work is an exploration of otherness and belonging, where the plus one is all of us.” Plus One is choreographed by Antonio Brown (Antonio Brown Dance and long-time Bill T. Jones collaborator) with Attack Theatre. The production can be seen in person or livestreamed. 7:30 p.m. 212 45th St.
2) Don’t let the name fool you. Green Pepper serves much more than a single vegetable. In fact, this Korean restaurant has a very full menu. Its website describes “garlbee” (marinated beef ribs) as the “signature fine dining item in Korean cuisine,” and Green Pepper’s garlbee is no exception. Bring a date, and get the “sarm gyeob sarl,” which serves two people. If the BBQ-grilled Korean bacon, which you can hand-roll in lettuce, isn’t enough, the entree comes with fresh vegetables and soup. Most entrees hover around $15 with larger items, like the sarm gyeob sarl, costing more. BYOB or purchase alcohol, from Yuengling to wine to cold soju. Screens playing KPop music videos offer something original in the way of background entertainment. Plus, two elegant, spacious rooms. 2020 Murray Ave., Squirrel Hill. (C.M.)