DOP Stories are a weekly virtual storytelling experience that celebrates Pittsburgh history and architecture!

Join us for 45-50 minutes at 7:30pm every Monday evening, from now through April 2021

Pre-registration is required to join the live stream. Pay-what-you-can ($5 minimum).

New Virtual Storytelling Events

Theatres of Downtown: A 100-Year Story–March 8, 7:30 pm

Did you know that Pittsburgh represents the birth of the “movie theatre?”  This story begins in 1896, on the day that an image first flickered on a screen on a

Lost Treasures of Pittsburgh — March 15, 7:30 pm

Get nostalgic and reflect on the lost treasures of Pittsburgh with local author Rossilynne Culgan who is writing a book about the lost treasures of Pittsburgh. Rossilynne will share her

Pittsburgh Astronomer’s Tiny Abode — March 22, 7:30 pm

Ever wonder what it might be like to live in a “tiny house?”  DOORS OPEN Pittsburgh invites you into a Pittsburgh astronomer’s tiny house.  This 500-square-foot house was built by

Culinary Journey from Portugal to Pittsburgh — March 29, 7:30 pm

Pittsburgh has evolved in all things having to do with food and culinary.  With humble beginnings dating back to the produce terminal in the Strip District to Pittsburgh being a

Virtual Storytelling Catalog

Did you miss a virtual storytelling event?

Not to worry! We record all of these weekly events.

Check out our catalog, and choose what you want to view.

Cost is $5 per story. Length is 45-55 minutes.


The DOP Stories series, November 2020 – February 2021, is supported in part by:

Dollar Bank logo
UPMC logo
The Benter Foundation logo

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