Presenting artistically ambitious and innovative productions since 1992
 

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Out of This Furnace
Extends Run Thru June 27th

Due to popular demand, Pittsburgh's story, Out of This Furnace now has extended the run thru Saturday, June 27th. Tickets are still available in our "Box Office" page and seating is limited, so visit showclix today and save seats for you and your friends!


Back by popular demand!

     The triumphantly human story of heart sweat and steel.                                                  Your Story.                                                                                                   

     The triumphantly human story of heart sweat and steel. 
                                                Your Story.
                                                                                                  

Join us for our 22nd season

Tickets available NOW! Please call 1-888-718-4253 or go to Showclix.com and search for "Out of This Furnace." Seating is limited.

OUT OF THIS FURNACE by Andy Wolk

Three generations of the Kracha/Dobrecjak clan struggle to build a life in the shadow of Carnegie’s first mill. A dramatic adaptation of Thomas Bell’s intimate tale of immigrants, labor and the rise of unions in Braddock, PA.

Directed by Lisa Ann Goldsmith

Featuring

Charles Beikert, Lea DiMarchi, Kate Falk, Matthew Mazurowski, Julia Netzer, Max Pavel, Charles David Richards, Jennifer Tober, Tammy Tsai, Mark Warchol
 

Performances June 4 - 21

Limited seating available

 Studio Theatre in the Cathedral of Learning
4200 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
** Use the Fifth Avenue Entrances and Follow the signs**

 

GENERAL ADMISSION: $27 Advance ($30 at the door)
STUDENTS: $15 Advance ($18 at the door)
SENIORS: $22 Advanced ($25 at the door)
GROUP (6+): 10% Discount (Advanced Sales Only)
 

SHOWTIMES:

Wednesday through Saturday @ 7:30 pm, Sundays @ 4:00 pm
Post-show discussions with director and cast on Wednesday, June 10 & 17


MOLLY’S HAMMER

by Tammy Ryan

A staged reading in Preparation for World Premiere in 2016 depicting the life of peace activist Molly Rush, co- founder of the Thomas Merton Center

Directed by Robert C.T. Steele

Monday, June 15 , 2015 at 7:30pm

Free preview for our audience members

Studio Theatre in the Cathedral of Learning
4200 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213

 

For more info: www.unseamd.com or 412-621-0244


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