Flash!: Bricolage; Pittsburgh Proud Gala; AGH Auxiliary gala; 'Shake Your Booties'
What happens when six local playwrights embark on a 90-minute bus ride and then have 12 hours to write a 10-minute play inspired by the journey was the subject of celebration during Bricolage Urban Scrawl (B.U.S.) 8.
Pittsburgh Proud Gala
The Pittsburgh Proud Gala, hosted by the Allegheny County Medical Society at the Omni William Penn, benefited the ACMS Foundation Medical, Nursing and Healthcare Student Scholarship Funds.
Allegheny General Hospital Auxiliary gala
“Fly Me to the Moon” was the theme of the Allegheny General Hospital Auxiliary gala on April 6.
‘Shake Your Booties'
More than 400 guests were encouraged to “Shake Your Booties” for The Children's Home of Pittsburgh and Lemieux Family Center.
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