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Collection Inventory

Alvin Theatre, 1893-1935 (1.0 box)
Allegheny Repertory Theatre, 1980-1984 (1.0 box)
American Ibsen Theatre, 1983-1988 (1.0 box)
Apple Hill Playhouse, 1964-2001 (1.0 box)

Also contains materials relating to Johnny Apple Seed's Children's Theatre and Orchard Performing Arts Company.

Art Cinema (1.0 box)

The Art Cinema was purchased by The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and renamed the Harris Theater. It has been programmed and operated by Pittsburgh Filmmakers since 1995. Materials relating to both names are filed under Art Cinema.

August Wilson Center for African American Culture, 2003-2013 (1.0 box)
Avenue Cinema, 1931-1940 (1.0 box)
Benedum Center for Performing Arts, 1985-1999 (8.0 boxes)

Programs dated after December 1999 are filed with the Pittsburgh Cultural District boxes.

Bricolage Production Company, 2004-current (1.0 box)
Brockett Productions, 1984-1999 (1.0 box)
Byham Theater, 1995-1999 (1.0 box)

Programs dated after December 1999 are filed with the Pittsburgh Cultural District boxes.

Camelot Productions, 1974-1978 (1.0 box)
Carnegie Mellon University, 1915-current (7.0 boxes)
Carnegie Music Hall, 1919-current (1.0 box)
Center Stage Dinner Theatre, 1980-1984 (1.0 box)
Characters East Theatre, 1977-1983 (1.0 box)
Chatam College, 1932-current (3.0 boxes)
Christian Arts Company/Saltworks, 1981-1999 (1.0 box)
City Players, 1975-1981 (1.0 box)
City Theatre Company, 1981-current (6.0 boxes)
Civic Light Opera, 1946-current (15.0 boxes)
Churches, 1938-current (1.0 box)

All productions staged at a church or other religous center are filed here.

Community College of Allegheny County, 1979-1995 (1.0 box)
Comtra Theater, 1981-1989 (1.0 box)
Cresson Lake Playhouse, 1974-1987 (1.0 box)
Davis Theatre, 1915-1929 (1.0 box)
Duquesne Garden, 1927-1937 (1.0 box)
Duquesne Theatre, 1890-1919 (1.0 box)
Duquesne University, 1928-current (1.0 box)
East End Theatre, 1926-1928 (1.0 box)
Enright Theatre (1.0 box)
Famous Rider, 1983-1986 (1.0 box)
Fine Line Theatre Company, 1977-1983 (1.0 box)
Fulton Theatre, 1989-1996 (1.0 box)
Gayety Theatre, 1904-1928 (1.0 box)
Gemini Theatre Company, 1997-current (1.0 box)
Glenshaw Players, 1955-1979 (1.0 box)
Grand Opera House, 1900-1930 (1.0 box)

Other names for this venue: the Grand; the Million Dollar Grand.

Greensburg Civic Theatre, 1976-current (1.0 box)
Hartwood Theatre on the Green, 1980-1996 (1.0 box)
Hazlett Theater, 2004-current (1.0 box)
Heinz Hall, 1971-1999 (19.0 boxes)

Programs dated after December 1999 are filed with the Pittsburgh Cultural District boxes.

Hippodrome, 1909-1927 (1.0 box)
Indiana University of Pennyslvania, 1966-2007 (2.0 boxes)
International Poetry Forum, 1974-1991 (1.0 box)
Iron Clad Agreement, 1976-1981 (1.0 box)
Jewish Community Center, 1975-2006 (1.0 box)
Laurel Highlands Regional Theatre, 1985-1992 (1.0 box)
Little Lake, 1949-current (2.0 boxes)
Mckeesport Little Theater, 1974-2001 (1.0 box)
Mountain Playhouse, 1940-current (4.0 boxes)
99¢ Floating Theater, 1974-1981 (1.0 box)
New Group Theater, 1982-1999 (1.0 box)
New Horizons, 1993-current (1.0 box)
New Works Theatre, 1991-current (1.0 box)
Nixon Theatre, 1903-1976 (19.0 boxes)
Odd Chair Playhouse, 1968-1975 (1.0 box)
Open Stage Theatre, 1992-current (1.0 box)
Park Players, 1971-1980 (1.0 box)
Penn Theatre, 1963-1967 (1.0 box)
Performing Arts for Children Series, 1970-current (1.0 box)
Pitt Theatre, 1920-1932 (2.0 boxes)
Pittsburgh Cultural District, 2000-current (11.0 boxes)

Contains all programs dated after December of 1999 for the Benedum Center, Heinz Hall, and the Byham Theater.

Pittsburgh Drama League, 1914-1981 (2.0 boxes)
Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts 1990-current (1.0 box)
Pittsburgh Irish & Classical Theatre, 1997-current (1.0 box)
Pittsburgh Laboratory Theatre, 1971-1984 (5.0 boxes)
Pittsburgh Metropolitan Stage Company, 1979-1985 (1.0 box)
Pittsburgh Musical Theatre, 1990-2003 (1.0 box)
Pittsburgh Playhouse, 1995-current (5.0 boxes)

Programs dated before 1995 are filed with the Pittsburgh Playhouse School of the Theater Records.

Pittsburgh Poor Players, 1973-1974 (1.0 box)
Pittsburgh Public Theatre, 1975-current (16.0 boxes)
Pittsburgh Savoyards, 1975-current (2.0 boxes)
Prime Stage, 1996 (1.0 box)
Quantum Theatre, 2001-current (1.0 box)
Red Barn Theatre, 1973-2001 (1.0 box)
Robert Morris College, 1968-1992 (2.0 boxes)
Schenley Theatre, 1914-1940 (1.0 box)
St. Vincent's College, 1979-1996 (1.0 box)
Scope and Scalpel Society, 1965-1979 (1.0 box)
Sherwood Forest Theatre, 1959-1994 (1.0 box)
Soho Repertory Theatre, 1979-1982 (1.0 box)
South Park Conservatory Theatre, 1977-1979 (1.0 box)
Stanley Theatre, 1928-1984 (2.0 boxes)
Syria Mosque, 1929-1991 (2.0 boxes)
Theatre Express, 1977-1981 (1.0 box)
Theatre Factory, 1999-2010 (1.0 box)
Unseam'd Shakespeare Company, 1994-current (1.0 box)
Upstairs Theatre, 1988-1995 (1.0 box)
Valley Players of Ligonier, 1982-current (1.0 box)
Veronica's Veil Players, 1926-current (1.0 box)
White Barn Theatre, 1948-1984 (2.0 boxes)
William Penn Playhouse, 1952-1959 (1.0 box)
Oversized programs (1.0 box)

Section: 19th Century Pittsburgh Theatres, 1840-1901

Academy of Music, 1868-1899

Other names for this venue: Harry Williams' Academy of Music.

Casino Musee
Exposition Park, 1885
Fifteenth Ward School Hall, 1875
Fifth Avenue Lyceum, 1880
Grand Opera House, 1869-1899

Other names for this venue: Odd Fellows' Hall, Foster's National, the Apollo, the National, Pittsburgh Opera House, Fifth Avenue Opera House, Fifth Avenue Lyceum, the Harris, and the Avenue Theatre.

Harris Theatre, 1884-1888

Other names for this venue: Harris Mammoth Museum.

Klopfer's Hall, 1875-1878
Library Hall, 1872-1899

Other names for this venue: the Mercantile Library Hall, Chalet Bijou Theatre, Bijou Theatre, and the Warner.

Old City Hall, 1892
Pittsburgh Theatre, 1840

Other names for this venue: Old Drury.

Seventeenth Ward Public School Ward, 1871-1875
Shakespeare Reading Club, 1879
Tivoli Garden, 1886
Trimble's Varieties Theatre, 1875-1876