Carmen. The Benedum Center. 7 p.m.
The beautiful opera by Georges Bizet comes the The Benedum Center. Returning in March, this February performance will introduce Pittsburgh audiences to the allures of this passionate opera. Brought to you by Pittsburgh Opera, the production will be conducted by Anthony Walker and directed by Marc Astafan. There is nothing splashier than a wonderful production of [ITAL]Carmen[ITAL]. Ticket prices range from $17 to $179.
MisterWives The Club at Stage AE. 7 p.m.
Based out of New York City, indie-pop band MisterWives has been touring since January of this year, following their release of their first EP, [ITAL]Reflections[ITAL] a year ago. Opening for MisterWives are Børns and Handsome Ghost. Tickets are $15 at the door, and $13 in advance.
Sound Series: Beyond: Microtonal Music Festival: Featuring Mak Grgić and Daniel Lippel with Michael Harrison. The Andy Warhol Museum. 8 p.m.
Guitarists Mak Grgic and Daniel Lippel perform Radulescu's Subconscious Wave, and other microtonal pieces. Michael Harrison will join and play an hour long work, "Revelation," for retuned piano. This evening of music is cohosted by the museum and by University of Pittsburgh Department of Music's Music on the Edge series.
The Wiz. Philip Chosky Theater, Purnell Center for the Arts. Opens Feb. 19. 8 p.m.
This interpretation of the classic [ITAL]Wizard of Oz[ITAL] is a Tony Award-winning musical from 1975. Containing Rock, Gospel, and Soul music, this show is sure to charm you with its revamped rendition of L. Frank Baum's classic. Closes Feb. 28.
Storyteller: The Photographs of Duane Michals. Carnegie Museum of Art. Through March 2.
This retrospective collection examines and celebrates the groundbreaking and rule-bending Pittsburgh photographer’s life and work. Admission to the Carnegie Museum of Art is free with a valid Carnegie Mellon student ID.
Sketch to Structure. Carnegie Museum of Art. Through Aug. 17.
This exhibition in the Heinz Architectural Center explores the process of an architect’s initial concept to client presentation. Featuring a number of sketches by Lorcan O’Herlihy and Richard Neutra as well as watercolors by Steven Holl.
Some Day is Now: The Art of Corita Kent. The Andy Warhol Museum. Through April 19.
Covering over 30 years of Corita Kent’s posters, murals, and signature serigraphs, [ITAL]Some Day is Now[ITAL] is the first major museum show to survey Kent’s career.
Boeing Boeing. CLO Cabaret. Through April 26.
This Tony Award-winning production from the 1960s tells the story of a Parisian player with three girlfriends, all flight attendants. He gets himself into trouble when, with the invention of a faster plane, they all come to town at once. Tickets are $39.75.