Tuesday, September 04, 2007

The Derrick profiles the restoration of Oil City's Lyric theatre. All of these theatres popping up are great, but if the Barrow can't fill seats, what makes the new ones think they can? Wouldn't this money and time be better spent working on a regional or even county theatre consortium that would share actors, space, and materials?

The Pittsburgh Post Gazette reviews R.L. Stine's The Haunting Hour: Don't Think About It which filmed last fall at Collier, Cranberry, Carnegie, and even some places in the region that don't start with "C".

Saturday is Pittsburgh's second annual Jazz Poetry Concert presented by the City of Asylum. The organization provides shelter for exiled writers in renovated houses near the Mattress Factory.

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