|Posted by Chris on March 31, 2019 at 4:35 PM||comments (0)|
Can't Stop the Serenity is holding a vote for artwork for the 2019 CSTS logo. This is the design that will be used for all CSTS advertising and merchandise this year, including t-shirts and patches. Those who would like to vote for their favorite design can do so now through April 8 by clicking on the following link:
|Posted by Chris on November 17, 2018 at 4:55 PM||comments (0)|
With the holidays fast approaching, I wanted to let you all know that Geeky Jerseys has reissued their Browncoats hockey jersey and Slayers baseball jersey, in case you might want to pick one up as a gift for yourself or your Whedony friends.
The Browncoats jersey is customizable, and you can even add a captain's C. I own one of these, and the quality is equal to or better than what the NHL is currently selling, but for about half the price. (This site does its links really weird, so click on the second highlighted link to get a look.)
The Slayers jersey isn't customizable. You get the number 97 (for the year "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" debuted) and the name Summers (for the Slayer herself) on the back. The price is about equal to what you'll pay for a comparable MLB jersey. (Again, click on the second link for a preview.)
Also, don't forget that Steel City Con is taking place December 7-9 in Monroeville (your vacation destination). Guests include the Hero of Canton himself, Adam Baldwin, as well as "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD's" Henry Simmons and Natalia Cardova. For more information and tickets, go to www.steelcitycon.com.
On behalf of the CSTS Pittsburgh crew and the Rivers & Bridges Brigade of the PA Browncoats, I wish you all a very safe and shiny Thanksgiving.
|Posted by Chris on September 16, 2018 at 11:20 AM||comments (0)|
Our "Serenity" screening was a mighty fine shindig, but the Rivers and Bridges Brigade of the PA Browncoats ain't done yet! We're back for our second CSTS Pittsburgh event of 2018 on Saturday, October 6 at The Flying Squirrel in Carnegie, PA, and this time we're conjuring up a horrible con!
Doors will open at 5:30pm for ice cream, popcorn, and screenings of both "Doctor Horrible's Sing-Along Blog" (6:15pm) and season one of Alan Tudyk's series "Con Man" (7:30pm). We'll also have two "Horrible Nerd Baskets" to raffle off that'll include a passel of shiny prizes. Admission requires a $10 donation, and all proceeds from the event will benefit Equality Now and Jump Cut Theater.
Cosplay isn't required, but always encouraged.
The Flying Squirrel is the new home of Jump Cut Theater, our newest sponsor and the former managers of what used to be everyone's favorite independent movie theater in Dormont. It's located at 241 East Main Street in Carnegie, PA (15106). We hope to see you there on October 6.
("Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog” screened by permission from Time Science Blood Club, LLC. ©Time Science Blood Club, LLC. All rights reserved.)
|Posted by Chris on August 13, 2018 at 3:55 PM||comments (0)|
This is the cap'n speaking...
I just wanted to send a quick wave to say xie-xie (thank you) to everyone who came to our 13th annual Can't Stop the Serenity shindig at the Parkway Theater last Sunday, August 5. I can now announce (unofficially, anyway, until it's confirmed by CSTS Global) that our event pulled in $1,095 for Equality Now!
That is a truly amazing total, especially for a town our size. I am so grateful to everybody who contributed in any way. Thanks to Geek Pittsburgh, Jump Cut Theater, the Parkway Theater, my crew and everyone who came to the event.
Also, be sure to check out the article about CSTS Pittsburgh in today's SEEN section of the Post-Gazette.
We appreciate the Post-Gazette's boosting our signal, so we'll even forgive them for confusing Jayne Cobb with Shepherd Book!
And don't forget, we'll be contributing a Dr. Horrible poster signed by Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion and Felicia Day to the CSTS Global auction later this year, so be sure to keep an eye out for that.
That's all for now. As you were.
|Posted by Chris on July 29, 2018 at 8:00 PM||comments (0)|
This is your cap'n speaking. The 13th annual Can't Stop the Serenity Pittsburgh is just one week away, so I thought I'd send you one last wave to remind you to get your tickets now at www.jumpcuttheater.org. When you do, this is what you'll get in exchange for a $25 donation to Equality Now:
Now, some of you might be wondering if we will be selling tickets at the door. Why, yes. Yes, we will. But, if you purchase your tickets at the door, your $25 donation to Equality Now will get you admission to the Big Damn Movie and 10 raffle tickets. If you want the added bonus of the 8-play game card and the entry in the special raffle drawing, you should order your tickets online without delay!
This year's venue, the Parkway Theater, has a fully stocked bar and microbrewery on site, and they'll also have popcorn, hot dogs and other foods available for sale.
And we also learned that the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette will be covering the event for their "SEEN" column, so this is our chance to show the city that there is still a strong Browncoat presence in Western PA.
So buy your tickets, tell your friends, and come down to the Parkway Theater and misbehave with us this Sunday, August 5 at noon.
|Posted by Chris on July 20, 2018 at 6:25 PM||comments (0)|
With just over two weeks to go until our 2018 CSTS Pittsburgh event at the Parkway Theater in McKees Rocks, I just wanted to send y'all a friendly reminder that tickets are on sale now at www.jumpcuttheater.org. Thanks to those who have already ordered tickets. If you haven't, there's no better time than the present. Remember, your ticket purchase, which is really a $25 donation to Equality Now, gets you the following:
1. Admission to the Big Damn Movie at 2pm
2. 10 raffle tickets for our shiny raffle baskets
3. A Blue Sun credit card good for 8 game plays
This year's games will include Badger's Dodgy Dice, Jayne's Grenade Throw, Zoe's Shootin' Gallery and Kaylee's Sprocket Toss, and we're also debuting something new this year. For the first time, we'll have competitive games of Firefly Fluxx running right up until just before the movie, with the winner of each game claiming a shiny prize.
And speaking of prizes, for every ticket purchased online, you'll be entered into a special drawing for a super shiny prize that's only available to those who purchased tickets online. If you already purchased tickets online, you're already entered, but if you haven't (or if you want more chances in the drawing), there's still time to get your tickets at Jump Cut Theater's website.
See you on August 5 at the Parkway Theater.
|Posted by Chris on May 3, 2018 at 7:55 AM||comments (1)|
Here it is-- the news you've all been waiting for. I am all manner of pleased to announce that tickets for CSTS Pittsburgh 2018 are officially on sale!
You read that right. Now, I know you've probably gotten used to just showing up and buying your ticket at the door, but things have to be a little different this year. You see, our new venue, the Parkway Theater in McKees Rocks, has a theater that only seats 45, so we need to sell tickets in advance so as to avoid any uncomfortableness that might come about as a result of having to turn folk away at the door.
So here's how it is...
A ticket to CSTS Pittsburgh costs $25 this year, and that money goes to Equality Now. For your $25 you will receive admission to the Big Damn Movie, as well as a "Blue Sun credit card" that's good for 8 game plays, and 10 raffle tickets. (Additional Blue Sun game cards and raffle tickets will be available on site, but you'll automatically get these ones when you buy your ticket to the event.)
Ticket sales are being handled through our new sponsor, Jump Cut Theater. A link to the ticket sale is available on the Tickets page of the Jump Cut Theater website (www.jumpcuttheater.org) or in the Web Store on this site.
Remember, there are only 45 tickets available, so don't delay. Get your tickets to the 13th annual CSTS Pittsburgh today!
See you on August 5 at the Parkway Theater.
|Posted by Chris on May 2, 2018 at 8:15 PM||comments (0)|
CSTS Pittsburgh is pleased to announce that we have a new sponsor for 2018! Jump Cut Theater (www.jumpcuttheater.org), the organization that used to be the Friends of the Hollywood Theater, is continuing its working relationship with CSTS Pittsburgh through its sponsorship of our charity screening of Serenity at the Parkway Theater in McKees Rocks on August 5. The organization is also graciously handling the ticket sales for the event.
After four years of working with FOHT to bring CSTS screenings to the Dormont area at their old location, we are honored to be able to continue our collaboration with Jump Cut Theater, an organization whose goals and philosophies are very much in line with our own.
We thank Jump Cut Theater for their sponsorship, and we're proud to have them as an official sponsor of the 13th annual CSTS Pittsburgh.
|Posted by Chris on March 22, 2018 at 7:10 PM||comments (0)|
Pittsburgh's 13th annual Can't Stop the Serenity charity screening of Serenity will take place August 5, 2018 at the Parkway Theater in McKees Rocks, PA.
The doors will open at noon for games and raffles, and the Big Damn Movie will begin at 2pm.
The Parkway Theater features a cash bar and micro-brewery. Popcorn, hot dogs and other food will also be available for purchase.
All proceeds (except food and beverages) will benefit Equality Now.
More information (including ticket information) coming soon!
|Posted by Chris on January 22, 2018 at 11:20 PM||comments (1)|
A Dormont resident has started a petition to cancel the pending sale of the Hollywood Theater, home of CSTS Pittsburgh since 2014. If you're not aware of what is going on with this sale, please read the statement we recently posted.
Please sign the petition. Then tell as many people as you can about it and encourage them to sign too. Here's the link:
https://www.change.org/p/theatre-historical-society-of-america-hands-off-the-hollywood-theater-keep-our-local-theater-out-of-national-hands" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://https://www.change.org/p/theatre-historical-society-of-america-hands-off-the-hollywood-theater-keep-our-local-theater-out-of-national-hands
Thanks for your support. Keep flyin'.