Peribañez in beautiful Mellon Park!
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Peribañez WOMEN OF ALPFA NIGHT: August 10, 6:30pm Outdoors in Mellon Park Buy One, Get One FREE! DISCOUNT CODE: ALPFA BUY TICKETS ONLINE or 412.362.1713 Be sure to select "performance & reception" when ordering!

When: Wednesday
6:30 PM
Where: Mellon Park
5th Avenue - Mellon Park
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
United States
Presenter: Peribanez
Contact: Diana Bellini
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Quantum Theatre presents...
in beautiful Mellon Park!
Ladies Night: August 10th

LADIES NIGHT: August 10, 6:30pm
Outdoors in Mellon Park

Buy One, Get One FREE!

BUY TICKETS ONLINEor 412.362.1713
Be sure to select "performance & reception" when ordering!

You’re going to want to meet your favorite women friends and meet new ones atQuantum Theatre this summer...


Lovely food, drink, socializing, and professional networking precedes the August 10th performance – come straight from work and unwind with old and new friends, and let Quantum stimulate your mind and senses.


Quantum is pleased to feature ALPFA during the pre-show reception!

Join us for a fun outdoor Ladies Night in the park on August 10th!

Ladies Night Includes:
Pre-show reception with food and drink, followed by the performance of Peribañez with an all female audience: $44

Use discount code: ALPFA
to receive a Buy One, Get One FREE discount!


Peribañez and Casilda—young farmers in a strongly connected rural community—have just been happily married. However, the commander’s obsessive love for Casilda pushes the young couple to make painful sacrifices as they strive to preserve their marriage on the brink of war. A cast of 10 performs in the urban oasis of the rose garden in the heart of Mellon Park. This sublime summer offering features live folk music and the spectacle of the Spanish Golden Age... cock-fights and all.

Spanish playwright Lope de Vega, a contemporary of Shakespeare, wrote hundreds of plays and invented thecomedia, a genre of playwriting which mixes comic and heroic elements. In this play, Lope de Vega argues passionately for the inalienable rights of the individual, exploring class andgender roles—a strikingly modern position for a writer to take in 1613.

This classic Spanish play features a diverse cast and artistic team including several Latino actors, and co-director Tlaloc Rivas, a director of national notoriety who creates, develops, and directs new plays focusing on the complexity, diversity and history of Latinos in the United States and abroad.


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