Sunday, February 3, 2013

John Gabriel Borkman at the Hart Building

We are only a few days away from opening John Gabriel Borkman. We're happy to return to East Liberty-- this time on Broad Street, just off Highland Avenue, with adjacent parking and plenty of nearby dining options. While we may be staging this one in the dead of winter, have no fear... you'll sit in warmth and comfort in the beautifully renovated Hart Building.

Below you'll find an easy map to find us and information regarding parking and dining options. Please feel free to call with any other questions (412-362-1713) - Stevie and Teresa are happy to assist.

Special Events

Can't decide on a date? Check out the following special events:

OPENING NIGHT: Friday, February 1 (SOLD OUT)
Join us for a post-show champagne reception, and mingle with the cast and creative team.

POST-SHOW DISCUSSION: Sunday, February 3
Join the cast, director, and Quantum's Artistic Director, Karla Boos, for a post-show Q&A session.

LADIES NIGHT: Wednesday, February 6, 6:30pm
Join friends and meet new ones at this ladies-only reception and viewing of John Gabriel Borkman. Reception will be held at 6:30pm one block away at East Liberty's hip new lounge, Harvard & Highland (above Pig & Chicken at 220 N. Highland Avenue). This time, we're spotlighting Pittsburgh Professional Women. Learn more about this professional women's group during the Ladies Night reception. Already have tickets? Call us to sign up for the pre-show reception (there's a small, additional fee).

GRAPENUTS: Friday, February 15, 6:30pm
A special pre-show wine tasting. Thanks to The Shop in East Liberty (214 N. Highland Avenue) for hosting us! Already have tickets? Call us to sign up for the pre-show reception (there's a small, additional fee).

Location & Parking:
Hart Building in East Liberty
6022 Broad Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15206 (just off Highland Avenue)

The Hart Building is located just off Highland Avenue, on Broad Street between Highland Avenue and Penn Circle East.

DIRECTIONS/PARKING: From Penn Circle East, turn left onto Broad Street. A metered parking lot is located on the corner of Broad Street and Sheridan Avenue. Q entrance is located on Broad Street, next to the Family Dollar.

The show's location is accessible to the handicapped. Please call the office (412.362.1713) to reserve and arrange for handicapped seating and parking.

Where to eat?
There is a lot happening in East Liberty... new development, new shops, and several new restaurants. Check out our recommendations below:

Paris66 is a long-time Quantum friend and a perfect East Liberty dining option. Voted "Best French Restaurant" by Pittsburgh Magazine for the past two years, Paris 66 is an authentic, ambient, and utterly intimate French bistro, focusing on classic French cuisine using local, fresh ingredients. Q Patrons dining at Paris66 will enjoy: 20% off appetizers (5-7pm, Wed-Sat). Make your reservations by 5:30pm in order to have the best dining experience and make the performance on time!

Offering some of the best barbecue and fried chicken in Pittsburgh, this new establishment is becoming a mainstay in East Liberty. Located one block away from the performance venue, it couldn't be more convenient for pre- or post- show grubbing. The newly-opened upstairs lounge, Harvard & Highland, is perfect for drinks and discussion after the show. While you're there, make sure you order the 'J.G. Borkman'- a Quantum-inspired cocktail (a classic Boulevardier made with bourbon, Campari, and sweet vermouth)!

Abay Ethiopian Cuisine
130 S. Highland Avenue in East Liberty

5996 Penn Circle South

242 S. Highland Avenue
(cash only)

5997 Penn Circle South

Verde Mexican Kitchen & Cantina
5491 Penn Avenue

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