Holiday Shows at Pittsburgh Theaters, Santa Claus Visits ‘Burgh Vivant

Always a good time for some festive performances. Here’s a few that look terrific to us.

Carnegie Stage The Carols 

Dec. 7-9 @ 8:00pm, Dec 9&10 @ 3:00 pm
Dec. 14-16 @ 8:00 pm, Dec. 16&17 @ 3:00 pm

Tickets range from $5-30

It’s Christmastime in 1944. War is raging and, here at home, a group of neighbors gathers at the VFW to make the most of what they have.


Dec 15-16 @ 8 PM

Tickets start at $40. Box rush tickets available 2 hours before performance time.

Broadway’s Lauren Molina and Nick Cearley return to City Theatre for two nights in the most outrageous holiday show of the season. This undie-rock, comedy pop, award-winning duo perform stripped down, mashed up versions of holiday favorites and more.

Bricolage Theater Midnight Radio: A Christmas Story

Dec 7 – 23 @ times vary

Tickets $25-35. One performance is Pay What You Want

Skip the TV marathon this year and get in on the action with Foley sound effects, cheeky commercial spoofs, and a dizzying array of vocal acrobatics all done live before your eyes. 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.

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Cabaret at Theater Square Brian Edward: The Roast of Xanadu

Sat, Dec 16, 2017, 10:00pm

Tickets $10

Brian Edward, comedian and host of Pittsburgh’s late night talk show ‘Burgh Vivant, is back for another raucous blend of comedy and cinema – with a splash of vermouth! This time, the renowned raconteur raises a martini glass and examines the 1980 film XANADU through outrageous film clips, hilarious personal anecdotes, and devastating wit.

Speaking of devastating wit, Brian recently interviewed Santa Claus on the late night talk show ‘Burgh Vivant. You can call him Kris and he isn’t concerned with what people do after they go to bed. 🙂


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