Relationships and Aging: A Free Community Event


Genre: Documentary

Duration: 79

While admission is free, reservations are strongly encouraged. Click the showtime to the right. On the following page, select the number of free tickets. Follow the prompts to check out. You will not be asked to enter a credit card and will not be charged.

Alternatively, you may call 412.259.8542 or email to ensure your seats. A limited number of wheelchair and companion seats are available.


Can there be romance at 60, 80 or 100? The answer from national and regional statistics is a resounding “Yes!”

But what is it like? It could be achieving 50 years of marriage without believing that the best times are over. Or it might be looking to start again after divorce or a partner’s death, perhaps with a feeling of trepidation.

These topics will be explored in Relationships and Aging, as part of The Tull Family Theater’s ongoing programs geared to seniors. This Oct. 7 event is free to the public as the Theater participates in the Allegheny Regional Asset District RADical Days. RAD supports nonprofit recreational, arts and cultural assets across the region, including The Tull Family Theater, with tax-based funding.

Whether you are long-time married or looking for love, mark your calendar for Monday, Oct. 7, from 1 to 4 p.m. for Relationships and Aging. The afternoon will start with the screening of a documentary on dating for 70- to 90-year olds, The Age of Love. A panel discussion will follow, exploring different aspects of long-term and new relationships.