Some people look at the New Year as a blank slate, ready to write their own story. I am one of those people. I love the symbolic vat of opportunity that a new beginning brings, and this year, that vat has a name: Listen To Your Mother Pittsburgh. And speaking of symbolic, no one thing or person so perfectly represents Pittsburgh’s trifecta of no holds barred work ethic, unwavering sense of community, and steadfast dedication to the arts and education like Andrew Carnegie. With his nose to the grindstone, Mr. Carnegie established the city’s steel industry and dedicated his philanthropic heart of gold (and so many dollar bills, ya’ll) to improving our community. Less interested in padding his pockets and more concerned with education, Mr. Carnegie also founded Carnegie Mellon University and several other institutions, namely the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh.
It goes without saying that when we locked down the Lecture Hall in the Carnegie Museum of Natural History for our 2016 performance and audition space, we were all
We’re ready to roll with our second annual round of 3-day auditions and interest is already pouring in. Jen, Amanda, and I are so excited we could pop–and we just might after all that holiday eating. Or maybe that’s just me.
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