Luke Krzyzanowski

Class of 2008


  • La Tempête

    Last weekend, the Byham Theater hosted La Tempête, an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Presented by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, the performance was put on by 4D Art, a theater company based in Montreal. Sung entirely in French with English supertitles, La Tempête follows Shakespeare’s original work very closely.

    Pillbox | April 2, 2007
  • Mario meets the military

    Last Thursday, science and technology scholar Sharon Ghamari-Tabrizi gave a lecture titled “What is it Now? An Ethnographic Study of Defense Simulations-in-the-Making,” which explored the social implications of video war games.

    Pillbox | March 26, 2007
  • Joffrey Ballet visits Pittsburgh

    Fine art takes many forms. Last weekend, that form was dance as the Joffrey Ballet performed at the Benedum Center for a full house. The show consisted of four separate works spanning different styles and time periods: Ruth, Ricordi Per Due (created in 2003), Sometimes It Snows in April (from Billboards, 1993), Apollo (1928), and The Green Table (1932).

    Pillbox | March 5, 2007
  • Open Stage Theatre presents Asparagus

    Running through March 11 at the Open Stage Theatre, Pittsburgh native Jeanne Drennan’s Asparagus asks how much an artist should be willing to sacrifice in the name of art. A play about where to draw the line before ransacking the lives of others, Asparagus won an award at the Gemini Theater’s new play competition.

    Pillbox | February 26, 2007
  • Harlem jazz hits Pittsburgh

    The Shadow Lounge jived last Friday night with the jazz and R&B stylings of Carolyn Perteete and Eviction Notice, two local acts. Advertised as “a jazz extravaganza and cocktail party,” the event drew a crowd of well-dressed students from local colleges and music lovers from the community. It was hosted by the Black Business Association of the Carnegie Mellon Tepper School of Business in celebrati...

    Pillbox | February 19, 2007