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Photos from ‘The Thin Man’ Comes to Pittsburgh, Carnegie Library of Homestead Music Hall –12/15 & 12/16

Please see a slideshow from the 12/15 and 12/16 performances at the Carnegie Library of Homestead Music Hall. ‘Thin Man’ returns for an repeat engagement January 5th at the Brew House on the SouthSide in Pittsburgh. Please go here for additional information and to purchase tickets.

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Cast: Julie Beroes, Lisa Fevola, Chuck Lanigan, Jeannine Lanigan, Caitlin Northup, Jon Rohlf, John Seibel, Mark Tierno
Musical Accompaniment: Gerard Rohlf
Sound Design: Bill Stankay
Lighting: Jamie Fadden
Photo Credits: Dave Schafer

Thanks to Emily Salsberry and the Carnegie Library of Homestead Staff: Bill Vrabel and Kathy Vojtko

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3 responses to “Photos from ‘The Thin Man’ Comes to Pittsburgh, Carnegie Library of Homestead Music Hall –12/15 & 12/16

  1. Emily December 19, 2012 at 5:53 pm

    Great Pics! Can we post to our facebook?

  2. pennsylvania map January 13, 2013 at 9:56 am

    These two anomalies are the Monongahela and Duquesne Inclines. Back in the mid and late 1800s there were scores of German immigrants living on Mount Washington who would make the trek down the bluff each day to work in the mills, rail yards and coal barges of the Steel City. If you look at Mount Washington today from Station Square, you will understand how these immigrants got tired of this daily slog and proposed the construction of several “inclines” like they had back in Germany so that they could easily get up and down the mountain.

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