Pittsburgh Public Theater Presents SLOW FOOD this October

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Here’s a comedy for anyone who has ever been HANGRY! 

Pittsburgh Public Theater will air their first film SLOW FOOD on demand from October 5 – 17. By Wendy MacLeod and directed by Marya Sea Kaminski, this production was filmed on-site at one of Pittsburgh’s newest restaurants, Con Alma, and will be available nationally online via Broadway on Demand.


Peter and Irene are famished after a stressful day of travel and are ready to celebrate their appetizer with as much fanfare as their wedding anniversary itself. Somehow, they both get more and less than they bargained for when they walk into a charming Greek restaurant craving freshly baked spanakopita and are met by a highly neurotic waiter, Stephen. While not on the menu, Stephen’s territorial tendencies and penchant for oversharing make up the perfect recipe for a scrumptious comedy we guarantee will leave you rolling on your couch laughing.

SLOW FOOD stars Daina Michelle Griffith as Irene, Daniel Krell as Peter, and Jason Shavers as Stephen. 


Buy tickets now by clicking HERE. You’ll receive communication and a direct link to your purchase prior to “opening night” on October 5. Each ticket is $40 and includes on-demand access to the online production for 48 hours. All ticket holders will also have exclusive access to “Spanakopita” with Chef Tasso Athans – which entails an at-home chef demonstration of the beloved hors d’oeuvre, Spanakopita.

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