12 Pittsburgh events not to miss in October
"Bricolage is breathing new life—and death—into the cinematic classic, updating it with a raucous yinzer twist. Bricolage’s longtime fan favorite Midnight Radio Series returns to dish out a comedy-laden revamping of the flick complete with a contemporary “yinzerized” script adapted by the company’s producing artistic director, Tami Dixon. Paying homage to the Godfather of Zombies, the spine-tingling show will be augmented by the eerie live music of classical rock powerhouse Cello Fury."
Enter the Imaginarium
"This is unlike any other escape room you have seen. The two institutions are a perfect match as they bring you this challenging and unique experience."
Bricolage Production Company Breaks Barriers
"With sensual, dreamlike environments that seek to heighten awareness, stir memories and promote deeper participation in the work, or marketing techniques that extend the world of the play into the ticket buying experience, Bricolage pushes the boundaries of theater."
Stage preview: Go along for the ride with B.U.S. 11
“For year 11, Bricolage Urban Scrawl is full steam ahead but also looking back on a decade of fast-paced creativity with the book “B.U.S.: 10 Years of 10-Minute Plays.”
Children's Theater Festival takes over Pittsburgh's Cultural District
“The immersive piece tells a story of a personal quest into a land filled with whimsical characters and enchanted terrain. It is sensory-sensitive, from the lighting and costumes to the design of the sound stage”
Hotlist for the weekend beginning April 9: Word and Music
“The tradition of storytelling is on display in “WordPlay,” the Bricolage series that blends the sharing of personal true stories with a live music mash-up. Actors, comedy writers and others with a story to tell read their stories while a DJ spins a real-time soundtrack, using anything from Bruno Mars to Bach.”