YOUR GUIDE TO TONIGHT’S EVENT
PARKING IS FREE after 6:00PM in Millvale. Parking lot of PNC Bank, at 400 Grant Avenue and Butler Street, is available to Mr. Smalls Theatre patrons after 6:00pm. There is also ample street parking around the theater.
Side door and ramp off Butler Street provides accessible entrance into the theatre for patrons with disabilities.
Mendelssohn Choir staff will be on hand to provide any assistance.
DOORS OPEN AT 7:00PM. Come early to park and enjoy the cash bar and robust bar menu. Be sure to try the “devilish” signature cocktail crafted by Mr. Smalls and featuring our event partner, Casamigos Tequila!
Seating is general admission. Every ticket-holder will have a seat (except those who purchased Standing Room Only tickets).
World-renowned composer and rock drumming legend Stewart Copeland gives us the rare opportunity to listen in on a unique moment in the artist’s creative process, the moment after he hears his vision leap off the page for the first time! Copeland comes to town in October to workshop his latest creation, Satan’s Fall, a work written for large chorus, that debuts with the Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh (MCP) in February 2020. After his first rehearsals with the MCP and soloists, he will join local DJ Russ Rose of 102.5 WDVE and MCP music director Matthew Mehaffey on-stage at Mr. Smalls Theatre to talk about the experience and discuss the remarkable, multi-faceted musical journey that led him here. You, the audience, get to listen in and participate in a special Q & A!
Shortly after retiring from his role with The Police and his life as a Grammy-winning rock star, Copeland transitioned to writing for film and is now a prolific and seasoned composer of opera, ballet, and contemporary orchestral music as well. Don’t miss this exceptional opportunity to hear from one of the world’s most successful musicians and fascinating composers, LIVE!
Mr. Smalls Theatre is a short, 20 minute drive from downtown, and is the perfect casual, intimate venue to enjoy this special evening. Mr. Smalls has a fantastic bar and kitchen, and food and drink will be available for purchase throughout the evening. And just for fun, our friends there have created a “devilish” signature cocktail, courtesy of our latest sponsor, Casamigos (actor George Clooney’s new tequila brand).
Mr. Smalls Theatre, a repurposed 18th-century church, and site of our 2018 The Music and Words of Bob Dylan premiere, is the perfect intimate venue for this event. The audience will enjoy cash bars and a robust bar menu. Audiences also have their pick of seating: sit on the floor and be close to the action, or enjoy private table seating on the second and third floor balconies (table service not provided for this event).
Parking: Street parking is available on Lincoln Avenue and on the surrounding streets.
Accessibility: For questions about accessibility, please contact Mr. Smalls Theatre directly at 412-821-4447 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions about accessibility of specific venues or performances, please contact Maggie Richardson at email@example.com or call 412-926-2488.
iHeartMedia Pittsburgh is the official media partner for Satan’s Fall and MCP’s 2019-‘20 Composer in Residence program with Stewart Copeland.
Satan’s Fall is also made possible by the following sponsors:
Fallen Angel Sponsors
Ken and Sandy Fisher, RBC Wealth Management
Patty and Trent Gause
Guy and M. Denice Leonard
Cynthia L. Roth
Guardian Angel Sponsors
- Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh will premiere Police drummer’s oratorio – PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW, 15 October 2019
- Entertainment planner: Oct. 10-23 – PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW, 10 October 2019
- Stewart Copeland of the Police talks devilish collaboration with Pittsburgh choir – The Beaver County Times, 15 September 2019
- The Police drummer to premiere work with Mendelssohn Choir – The Beaver County Times, 5 September 2019
- Stewart Copeland on America’s Got Talent – YouTube, 11 September 2019