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Carnegie Stage Announces March Madness Programming

It's March Madness at Carnegie Stage! Join in this month as they prove that the future is indeed female with a new play reading, sketch comedy, and more!

See the full lineup below:

Sensual Home Shopping with VyVyan Vyxn - A one-(Wo) Man Comedy

Written by: BrIan Edward Mon March 13th 8:00pm

VyVyan's wildest dreams have finally come true: it's her very first night as an on-air host for the Shop Today's Deals Network.
But when the first product line up for sale includes strange, oblong, vibrating items that she's never seen before,
VyVyan's naiveté takes hold and hilarity ensues. The deals are HOT - and you'll be invited to buy!
It may just be the cleanest dirty show you've ever seen.

Still, Birth - A New Play Reading

Written by Robyne Parrish and Coley Campany - Fri Mar 17th 8:00pm

Pregnancy and infant loss often occurs in silence, causing a moratorium on grief that can have tremendous impact upon the health of the mother, as well as the rest of the family.
This grief can transform into various physical and mental health issues. Still, Birth seeks to speak of this loss aloud in the hopes of supporting those who suffer in silence.
Short discussion immediately following with cast and director.

Voices - A one-woman comedy

Written by and starring Carla Delaney - Sat Mar 18th 8:00pm

Voices is one woman comedy about a voice-over actress discovering her own voice! Carla Delaney can mimic any voice; Betty White, Drew Barrymore, Bart name a few. But using her own voice, now that's another story!

In this playfully poignant production, Carla meets the surprising voices of her head, her heart, her snotty respiratory system, and over 30 more, making her ask the question "is it noisy in here, or is it just me?"

This is Why We Can't Have Nice Things - A (mostly) one-woman comedy show

Created and performed by Heidi Nagle, produced by Off The Wall Productions

Fri Mar 24th & Sat Mar 25th @ 8:00pm & Sun Mar 26th @ 7pm

She's baaaaaack! Through an abstract exploration into the human psyche, familial embarrassments, and an intense love for Pittsburgh, this one-woman show journeys into the universal (first world) problem of why we can't have nice things. Join us as we find out if sketch comedy shows like this are part of the problem

Tickets $ 10.00 - $ 25.00

Phone 724-873-3576

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