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Science Center, ballet team for 21+ night

 

Last updated 12/29/2014 at 5:42pm



Carnegie Science Center and the Pittsburgh Ballet Theater are joining forces for a 21+ Dance Party on Friday, Jan. 16, from 6 – 10 p.m.

 Pittsburgh Ballet dancers will stretch their muscles and show off their dance expertise, demonstrating the science of dance and exercise. Guests are invited to practice basic ballet poses and learn how dancers keep from getting dizzy as they spin.

 A green-screen photography booth will offer visitors a chance to strike a pose for the camera with any location as the backdrop.

 “Nightly Standard,” a local, seven-piece rock-soul-jazz band will provide the evening’s soundtrack with performances in the Science Center’s RoboLounge.

 For a few dollars more, visitors can watch an Omnimax movie on Pittsburgh’s biggest screen or catch a laser show in the Buhl Planetarium.

 As always, 21+ Night features cash bars and the chance to experience four floors of hands-on exhibits – with no kids! Exhibits include SpacePlace, roboworld, and the Miniature Railroad & Village®.

 Cost is just $10 for tickets purchased by noon the day of the event, or $15 if purchased at the door. Visitors will receive $15 in free slot play at the Rivers Casino while supplies last.

The USS Requin submarine and Highmark SportsWorks® will not be open during the event.

 For more information or to buy tickets, visit CarnegieScienceCenter.org.

 

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