Past Programs

Midnight Radio’s Die Hard N’at

  • December 6 - 22, 2018

  • Free Pre-show Happy Half-hour

  • SOLD OUT

Die Hard N'at - a microphone logo for midnight radio is suspended over the title of the show, with a silhouette of a man with a smoking cigarette on a deep red background

Join us as we put a hilarious Pittsburgh spin on what Bruce Willis calls, “not a Christmas movie.” Holiday hijinks ensue as police cars are blown up, skyscraper windows are blown out and John McClane somehow lost his shoes. Welcome to the party, yinz!

Midnight Radio’s Frankenstein

  • November 1 - 10, 2018

  • Free Pre-show Happy Half-hour

  • 13+

Midnight Radio's Frankenstein

Go back in time as we spin the horrific tale of a tenacious young scientist hell-bent on recreating human life. In this show YOU are cast as the live studio audience, so play your part and don’t miss your cue when the applause sign flashes!

The Clearing

  • June 14 - July 15, 2018

  • SOLD OUT

  • 16 and up

You enter a quiet meadow unsure of what comes next, lost in thought, longing to know what’s true. Is this the past? Is this the future?

The Forest of Everywhere

  • May 17 - June 17, 2018

  • All Ages

  • SOLD OUT

The Forest of Everywhere sold out

An enchanted open-world adventure where kids can be themselves! Dig for bugs, play magical instruments, and help our furry animal friends explore the forest.

Midnight Radio: A Christmas Story

  • December 7 - 23, 2017

  • Free Pre-show Happy Half-hour

  • Family Friendly

A Christmas Story

Follow Ralphie on his quest for the perfect Christmas gift and watch as we recreate all the most iconic moments from the movie including the infamous Pink Nightmare bunny pajamas and The Old Man’s prized leg lamp.

DODO

  • October 13 - November 19, 2017

  • 18 & up

“Since 1760, they’ve operated in secret, preparing the way. Once considered legend, they’ve been steadily growing in number and influence. Their existence, in direct response to a pressing need expressed by the natural world, is one of the most significant and far-reaching stories in America: a story of un-natural selection. A story of extinction. The actions of humanity have set into motion events that will outlive our species. It must now be determined what will endure. Do you know how you got here? Do you know where you’re going? Our past is a memory, our future is certain. DODO: the time has come.”