JOHN WATERS: This Filthy World
Friday, Feb 01, 2013 8:00 PM EST
(7:00 PM Doors)
Carnegie Music Hall, Pittsburgh, PA
Presented in connection with Regarding Warhol, 60 Artists, Fifty Years
The Warhol welcomes back the incomparable writer and director, John Waters, to the opulent Carnegie Music Hall, with an all-new version of his solo stand-up performance, This Filthy World. As a call to arms to “filth followers” everywhere, Waters’ joyously devious monoluge celebrates the film career and obsessional tastes of the man William Burroughs once called “The Pope of Trash” with topics ranging from his early negative artistic influences and his fascination with true crime, to exploitation films, fashion lunacy, and the extremes of the contemporary art world.
John Waters’ performance is presented in connection with the Warhol’s exhibition, Regarding Warhol, 60 Artists, Fifty Years, for which Waters narrated the audio guide for the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Parking: The entrance to the Carnegie Museum parking lot is at the corner of Forbes Ave. and Craig St. Near the parking garage elevators, there is a ramp / sidewalk that leads around the building to the Music Hall. Parking may also be available on nearby streets or in the park.