This weekend on the Northside


Saturday January 19-22, 2012

What: Jesus Hopped the A Train
Where: The New Hazlett Theater
When: 8 p.m.
In this play, Angel Cruz is in jail pending his trial for the shooting of Reverend Kim; a cult leader who has brain washed his best friend. During his one hour of daily exercise he meets inmate Lucius Jenkins, a.k.a. “the Black Plague”. A masterful debate about anger, innocence, lying, and ultimately being “right” in Gods eyes ensues. Will you lie for what you believe in, or will you step up and pay a bigger price for that belief?  General admission tickets are $25 in advance and $30 at the door Thurs-Sat and $20 in advance and $25 at the door Sundays.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

What: The Word of God: Voices – Public Dialogue with Carole Brueckner and Becky Slemmons
Where: The Warhol
When: 2 to 3 p.m.
“Carole Brueckner and Becky Slemmons will lead a dialogue in theWord of God: Jeffrey Vallance exhibition presenting their own professional perspectives as reliquary guide and artist.
Carole Bruckner is the head docent at St. Anthony’s Chapel, located on Troy Hill, which overlooks the Allegheny River on Pittsburgh’s North Side. This Shrine, dedicated to “The Wonder Worker” — Saint Anthony of Padua, houses the largest public collection of relics in the World (over 5000 relics) and has been designated a Historical Landmark by the Pittsburgh History and Landmarks Foundation.” (From the Warhol Museum)

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