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In April 2008, Pittsburgh Opera moved into its new home at 2425 Liberty Avenue in the Strip District. The building not only has a deep connection to Pittsburgh’s storied past – it was built as George Westinghouse’s original air brake factory in 1869 – but gives Pittsburgh Opera a bright future.
At 45,000 square feet, the $8 million project features offices, 4,000 square feet of rehearsal spaces, costume, wig, and makeup shops, and a kitchen, meeting the “multimedia” requirements of
2425 Liberty Avenue , Pittsburgh, PA 15222
ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE
All Brown Bag concerts have parking, restrooms, and performance space on ground floor. Printed programs available; quiet room available. On bus route.
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