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Entertainment planner: Nov. 2-15

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Craig Robinson arrives at the NBC Universal Summer Press Day at The Langham Huntington Hotel on Thursday, April 2, 2015, in Pasadena, Calif. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)
Laura Slovesko
Connor McNelis (from left), Corwin Stoddard and Daniel Keitel star in Prime Stage Theatre’s 21st season opener, the U.S. premiere of Robin Kingsland’s stage adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque’s 1929 World War I novel, 'All Quiet On the Western Front”
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Figaro (Tyler Simpson), Susanna (Joélle Harvey), Count (Christian Bowers) and Countess Almaviva (Danielle Pastin)
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Macklemore, performing a sold-out show in Pittsburgh Tuesday, June 14 at Stage AE.
Comedian D.L. Hughley
Husband and wife musicians Herb Alpert and Lani Hall will perform Nov. 11 as part of this season's MCG Jazz concert line-up.
A scene from 'The Color Purple - The Musical.'
Regina Spektor

NOV. 2

“Disney on Ice Frozen,” Nov. 2-5, PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh. 800-745-3000 or

“Wendell G. Freeland: A Silent Soldier” documentary world premiere, Senator John Heinz History Center, Strip District. 412-454-6000 or

Craig Robinson , Nov. 2-4, Pittsburgh Improv, Homestead.

NOV. 3

Pittsburgh Pet Expo , Nov. 3-5, David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh.

“All Quiet on the Western Front,” by Prime Stage, Nov. 3-12, New Hazlett Theatre, Pittsburgh’s North Side.

“Chicago,” Nov. 3-5, Penn State New Kensington Forum Theatre. 412-848-5778

Kidz Bop Kids , Palace Theatre, Greensburg. 724-836-8000 or

Honeck Conducts Mozart & Schubert , with Pittsburgh Symphony, Nov. 3 and 5, Heinz Hall, Pittsburgh. 412-392-4900 or

NOV. 4

Operation Santa Claus Soup for a Claus , throughout Greensburg.

Pittsburgh Opera’s “The Marriage of Figaro,” Nov. 4-12, Benedum Center, Pittsburgh. 412-456-6666 or

4 x 4: Ephemeral Architectures , with ballet and juggling, August Wilson Center, Pittsburgh. 412-456-6666 or

NOV. 5

Nick Offerman , Benedum Center, Pittsburgh. 412-456-6666 or

Capitol Steps , Byham Theater, Pittsburgh. 412-456-6666 or

NOV. 6

Bob Dylan , with Mavis Staples, Heinz Hall, Pittsburgh. 412-392-4900 or

NOV. 7

Macklemore , Stage AE, Pittsburgh North Shore. 800-745-3000 or

David Crosby , Carnegie Library Music Hall, Munhall.

Kirk Franklin & Ledisi , Byham Theater, Pittsburgh. 412-456-6666 or

Regina Spektor , Palace Theatre, Greensburg. 724-836-8000 or

NOV. 8

An Evening with Dream Theater , Palace Theatre, Greensburg. 724-836-8000 or

NOV. 9

Pittsburgh Public Theater’s “The Humans,” Nov. 9-Dec. 10, O’Reilly Theater, Pittsburgh. 412-316-1600 or

Carlos Mencia, Carnegie Library Music Hall, Munhall.

NOV. 10

Illusionist Jay Owenhouse , Palace Theatre, Greensburg. 724-836-8000 or

D.L. Hughley, Nov. 10-12, Pittsburgh Improv, Homestead.

Pittsburgh Symphony’s “Bernstein Centennial Celebration,” Nov. 10-12, Heinz Hall, Pittsburgh. 412-392-4900 or

NOV. 11

Gary Puckett & The Union Gap, The Cowsills, Chuck Blasko’s Vogues & The Latshaw Pops , Palace Theatre, Greensburg. 724-836-8000 or

Herb Alpert & Lani Hall, Manchester Craftmen’s Guild, Pittsburgh’s North Side.

City Theatre’s “The Old Man and the Moon,” Nov. 11-Dec. 3, South Side. 412-431-2489 or

WeihnachtsMarkt, German Christmas Market, Nov. 11-12, Harmony Museum. 724-452-7341 or

NOV. 12

Marc Broussard, Rex Theater, Pittsburgh’s South Side.

NOV. 13

Olivia Newton-John, Palace Theatre, Greensburg. 724-836-8000 or

NOV. 14

“The Color Purple,” PNC Broadway in Pittsburgh, Nov. 14-19, Benedum Center, Pittsburgh. 412-456-4800 or

NOV. 15

Rodrigo & Gabriela, Carnegie Library Music Hall, Munhall.

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