Pittsburgh’s Cabaret Theater Opens Doors

(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — The Cabaret at Theater Square has opened its doors as the first venue of its kind in Pittsburgh's blooming Cultural District.

The intimate 253-seat theater, which will be run by the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, will host local and national acts that will give music fans another live entertainment alternative.

“There are quality shows on our stages, cutting-edge exhibits in our galleries…and now there’s a new concert series at the Cabaret that turns up the volume and enhances the comprehensive programming available in the District,” said Paul Organisak, Vice President of the PCT.

The Cabaret will also feature a Cocktail Lounge, hosting pre- and post-concert entertainment for patrons.

The concert series starts on September 7th with Bill Deasyand and special guest Clark Slater. The Weekly Review Traveling Roadshow featuring former Toad the Wet Sprocket frontman Glen Phillips, Griffin House, and Kim Richey is scheduled for Spetember 21st. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers

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