Who doesn’t love a show all about Pittsburgh? For one night only catch “Off the Record XXII: Once Upon a Time in Pittsburgh!” – an irreverent musical satire narrated by Rick Sebak, Doug Oster, Heather Abraham, and Larry Richert. 

The show, which pokes fun at local news and newsmakers, hits the Byham Theater on Thursday, October 20 at 8:00 pm. 

This year promises “kooky, spooky fun” related to Halloween, the midterm elections, a new stadium name, and more. KDKA’s Ken Rice emcees, Mayor Ed Gainey is the featured speaker, and Pittsburgh celeb narrators serve as your guides through a storybook world where buses fall and rise, inflation is on the run, and moviemaking enters the streaming zone. 

Not just a good time, the show is all for a good cause. The money raised by the event goes to the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank. During its first 21 years the event has raised nearly $700,000 and has helped countless Western Pennsylvanians combat food insecurity. 

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for preshow lobby food, cash bar and mingling. Curtain’s up at 8:00 p.m. 

Tickets: $80, $50 and $30

Event tickets available here

To donate to the Food Bank any time:

Text record22 to 50155 or visit pittsburghfoodbank.org/record22

This content was provided by a local, independent contributor to Made in PGH, a lifestyle blog.
Mo Macel

Mo is a pun-loving Pittsburgher who likes to take photos and write. When not focusing on her kiddos, you'll find her pursuing happiness and working on living the American Dream via one craft beer at a time. She blogs at givegodyouryes.com and fullhipster.com.

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