Tickets & Events

The Alloy School Week #3: Bring a Friend!

KST Presents

Saturday, October 7, 2023
10:00am – 12:50pm

KST’s Alloy Studios | 5530 Penn Ave.
Pay What Moves You: $10 – $220
PLUS bring a friend: FREE 

Everything’s better with a friend. Here’s a chance to bring your best pal to The Alloy School for free! On this day only, participants registered for any class can bring another person to join free of charge. Don’t miss this buy one-get one special offered once each season. Let’s share the joy and fun with all of our friends!

Registration for the full ten-week session is encouraged, though participants are welcome to drop in for classes at any point during the season.


Saturdays, September 23 – November 11, 2023

KST’s Alloy Studios | 5530 Penn Ave.
Pay What Moves You: $10 – $220

10:00am – 10:50am – Creative Play with Taylor Couch (Ages 6 & under)
10:00am – 10:50am – Jazz Ballet with Indira Cunningham (Ages 6 – 12)
11:00am – 11:50am – Hip Hop with Jazmine Bailey (Family & All ages)
11:00am – 11:50am – Arts & Crafts with Darlene Trower (Family & All ages)
12:00pm – 12:50pm – West African: Dance & Drum with Oronde Sharif (Family & All ages)
12:00pm – 12:50pm – Acting & Improv with Tal Kroser (Ages 6 – 12)


The Alloy School Showcase
and Let’s Move Family Dance Party

Saturday, November 18, 2022
10:00am Showcase
11:00am Dance Party

Kelly Strayhorn Theater | 5941 Penn Ave.
Pay What Moves You: $5 – $20


Celebrate the ten-week Alloy School journey with our Showcase and Let’s Move! Family Dance Party. The event includes a one-hour public celebration of learning  on the KST Mainstage during which each class will present a performance. The Showcase is followed by a family-friendly dance party for all in the KST Lobby. Community partners will be present hosting kids crafts throughout the dance party. 

The Alloy School is made possible with support from the Henry C. Frick Educational Fund of the Buhl Foundation and The Grable Foundation. Kelly Strayhorn Theater is supported in part by the taxpayers of Allegheny County through a public grant from the Allegheny Regional Asset District (RAD). RAD works here.