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Pittsburgh Theater goes Latino, Discount Code, Free Event & More!

21-Jan-2019 4:45 PM | Melanie Marie Boyer (Administrator)

Theater in Pittsburgh is going Latino! This season local theaters are bringing 4 Hispanic shows to our area. Check the information below for show details, a special event, a chamber discount and ticket information!

RSVP TODAY for the FREE evening of Latin Food, Music & Drinks (at Casa Brasil) to

In the Time of the Butterflies (showing from March 8, 2019 – March 17, 2019) is a play by Caridad Svich Based on the novel by Julia Alvarez and directed by Ricardo Vila-Roger.

"Julia Alvarez' novel is as lovely as a butterfly at rest, and as moving as one in flight.” ~ Burlington Free Press. Experience the spirit, passions and courageous acts of the Mirabal sisters - "The Butterflies" - as they inspired a fight for freedom in the Dominican Republic. Their legacy led to the UN creating the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

The show is Presented with the NEA Big Read, which is a program of the National Endowment for the Arts in partnership with Arts Midwest.

To purchase tickets to the show:


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A Celebration of Love

This festive two-part event includes a cocktail hour, four course dinner, complimentary Valentines Day toast and Live Entertainment by Luis Angel Cortes (Puerto Rican vocalist with experience playing with El Gran Combo) and Luis Adrián (one of the “Top 12 Finalists” on "Idol Puerto Rico" and one of the top 20 Global Finalists in the “2014 FIFA World Cup TM SuperSong competition”). Finally live music, dancing and continued drinks with a Latin American DJ and music.

Where?  Mansions on Fifth Hotel, 5105 Fifth Avenue, Shadyside.

When? February 15 (Friday), 6:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m


Where Did We Sit On The Bus is showing January 19 – February 24, 2019 at the City Theatre.

"This show is something any Latino-Americano can relate to. Brian's story is part of our story as well. His talent is immeasurable and his performance unforgettable! Absolutely a 'must see'! "

- Melanie Marie Boyer (Director of Development, PMAHCC)

With pulsing rhythms and original rhymes set to a live, looped soundtrack, Brian Quijada stages a hip-hop autobiography about falling in love with performance, the power of family, and growing up Latinx in a world that categorizes everyone in black and white.

¿Dónde nos sentamos en el autobús?

Por Brian Quijada

Dirigida por Chay Yew

19 de enero - 24 de febrero de 2019

Con ritmos palpitantes y rimas originales en una banda sonora en vivo y en bucle, Brian Quijada presenta una autobiografía de hip-hop sobre enamorarse con las presentaciones en vivo, el poder de la familia y cómo es crecer en Latinx en un mundo que clasifica a todos solo de blanco y negro.

More information:

You may contact Nikki Battestilli ( City Theatre, Marketing Director) for questions regarding group rates and other inquiries at or 412-431-4400 ext 230.


This high-energy group is a joyous celebration of Cuban music and dance styles. The Havana Cuba All-Stars are some of Cuba’s greatest musicians. With rhythms and melodies from the cha cha to the rumba, from “Son Cubano” style to the salsa, the All-Stars will showcase a wide variety of Cuban beats. The group is inspired by and dedicated to promoting the entire tapestry of Cuban music through a fresh, contemporary lens.

Get 25% off by using the code "Chamber25" when purchasing tickets.


" El Rubio " The great Latin Jazz Trumpeter/ Orchestra & Singers coming to The Kaufmann Center 1825 Centre Ave. Pittsburgh, PA March 16th, 2019 Showtime 7:30 pm General Admission $25.00 dollars. A Great view of the Concert wherever your seat is. Food, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages available for purchase. This is one night to "Party It Up" in Pittsburgh, PA The best concert in the city......Downtown Pittsburgh will be jumping to the sensational and powerful sound of "El Rubio" his Orchestra & Singers. A percentage of Ticket sales will be donated to the Pittsburgh Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce.

"El Rubio" was discovered by the great music icon Sid Bernstein and John Anthony. Bernstein was responsible for bringing The Beatles, Rolling Stones and many more great artists to the U.S.A. through his impeccable career as the world's most famous and best promoter of musical acts.


Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 

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