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Outer Body/Inner Experiences at the Trust’s Wood Street Galleries. OPPOSITE:

First Night® Pittsburgh 2010




2010 Highlights




Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival


First Night® Pittsburgh


Visual Arts


Real Estate Development


Education & Community Engagement


Shared Services


The Cultural District Community


Patron Services








Boards & Committee Members


Staff Listing

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust (the Trust) was established in 1984 to help revitalize the Pittsburgh region through the creation and ongoing development of the Downtown Pittsburgh Cultural District. The Trust is: • a performing arts presenter • a theater/galleries owner/operator • a catalyst for Cultural District development • a visual arts exhibitor • an arts collaborator The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust — Setting the stage for the next quarter-century in the Cultural District.


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Kenneth R. Melani and J. Kevin McMahon photographed in front of Cell Phone Disco, a public art installation commissioned by The Trust in 2010.

In 2010, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust launched its next quarter-century of

it is most convenient for them. The Trust introduced ParkPGH, funded by

service in the Cultural District. Thanks to your support, the Trust’s transformation

The Benter Foundation, which is a real-time application that helps patrons to

of Downtown Pittsburgh continues to take shape as evidenced by the many

find available parking in the Cultural District using mobile technology devices.

noteworthy mentions in this report.

Along these lines of art-meets-technology, the Trust commissioned the city’s first public art installation on Tito Way at Liberty Avenue. Cell Phone Disco,

In spite of difficult economic conditions, the Trust did not experience a deficit in 2010 as a result of a rigorously managed budget. This year, the Trust raised

funded by The Fine Foundation, visualizes electromagnetic waves of mobile phones in the piece.

in excess of $11 million (compared with $8.4 million in 2009) to help finance Trust operations, capital projects, special projects and the Cultural District

By year’s end, senior management and the Board of Trustees completed the

community. We extend our gratitude to Allegheny Regional Asset District,

Trust’s new Strategic Plan 2011–2013. As a result, the Trust is better prepared

The Benter Foundation, Citizens Bank, Cohen & Grigsby, Dollar Bank, Eden Hall

to address challenges, leverage opportunities and maintain a balanced budget

Foundation, First Commonwealth, Giant Eagle, The Heinz Endowments,

with a clear vision for a vibrant, evolving arts and entertainment destination.

Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, Richard King Mellon Foundation, Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and PNC Foundation for their generous financial support, as well as thousands of other supporters.

We hope that you will take pride in the images found in the 2010 annual report. They reflect your investment in The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Thank you for your patronage, financial support and belief in our work in the Cultural District.

Trust programming had a strong year in terms of offerings and attendance. PNC Broadway Across America–Pittsburgh featured the Tony Award®-winning


Best Musical Revival, South Pacific, and the return of The Phantom of the Opera for its final tour, which played to more than 86,000 patrons. Pittsburgh Dance Council welcomed Pilobolus and Complexions, and saw a 10% increase in subscriptions. Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater celebrated its 40th season and hosted the International Performing Arts for Youth Showcase, welcoming more than 400 theater professionals from around the world— many of them first-time visitors to the Cultural District. The Trust Arts Education

Kenneth R. Melani, M.D. Chairman, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust President and CEO, Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield

Center in the James E. Rohr Building had a thriving first full year of operation, programming a wide array of arts activities and programs for youth and adults. The future looks bright in the Cultural District. The Trust continues to explore new and creative ways to ensure a positive customer experience. The new allows visitors to view seats in relation to the stage before making a purchase, and patrons will be able to print tickets for shows where

J. Kevin McMahon President and CEO, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust

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HIGHLIGHTS For the second year in a row, the Trust partnered with Duquesne Light to present Pittsburgh Festival of Lights. Noted UK creative director and projection artist Ross Ashton unveiled four major installations, taking visitors on an illuminating trail throughout the Cultural District.

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2010 was one of the best-selling years on record for PNC Broadway Across America -Pittsburgh. This series featured a mix of classics, such as the Tony Award®-winning Best Musical Revival, South Pacific; the return of the world-wide blockbuster The Phantom of the Opera for its final tour, which played to more than 86,000 patrons; and the TonyAward®-winning Best Play, August: Osage County. Cell Phone Disco, an interactive, public art installation commissioned by the Trust and funded by The Fine Foundation, lights up Tito Way in the Cultural District. The Pittsburgh Dance Council presents the return of Pilobolus and Complexions and sees a 10% increase in subscriptions. The Trust thanks First Commonwealth for its continued support of The Pittsburgh Dance Council. Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater’s Family Series celebrates its 40th season. Giant Eagle becomes the first-ever Presenting Sponsor of the Pittsburgh International Children’s Festival, and the Festival receives a special endowment gift from the Hilda M. Willis Foundation.

The Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents series presents Esperanza Spalding. The jazz star went on to win the GRAMMY® Award for Best New Artist. The Trust hosts the International Performing Arts for Youth Showcase, welcoming more than 400 theater professionals worldwide, many of them first-time visitors to the Cultural District.

Supporting the Trust’s efforts to make its facilities available to patrons with disabilities, the FISA Foundation provides funding to gather, compile and disseminate information about accessibility features of the seven Cultural District theaters. The goal is to help make the District more welcoming for all patrons. The Trust makes the strategic acquisition of the 119 Sixth Street property (formerly Bally’s Total Fitness) for future use. The property’s adjacencies to the Trust’s Byham and O’Reilly Theaters and Theater Square complement the Trust’s ongoing development of the Cultural District. Dollar Bank becomes a multi-year Presenting Sponsor of Three Rivers Arts Festival.

Electronic ticket scanners are introduced at Cultural District theaters to help protect patrons against counterfeit tickets, ensure better patron service at performances and improve the collection and management of patron information., a onestop shop for the Cultural District, allows visitors to view seats in relation to the stage before purchasing tickets, and use one account for all Cultural District purchases. The Trust launches ParkPGH, Pittsburgh’s first real-time parking system, which helps patrons to find available parking using mobile technology. ParkPGH is funded by The Benter Foundation with the following partners: Carnegie Mellon University’s Traffic21 initiative supported by the Hillman Foundation, ALCO Parking, Pittsburgh Parking Authority, Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership and Deeplocal, Inc. The Benedum Center sets the stage for a national taping of An Oldies Spectacular, a classic rock and roll music showcase to benefit PBS and WQED-TV. The program spans more than 80 performances taped over three days.

Flatscreen TVs are installed in the Trust’s Benedum Center and VisitPittsburgh’s Welcome Center at Fifth Avenue Place to promote Trust performing and visual arts programming.



Western PA Conservancy donates 100 hanging flower baskets for the Cultural District and plants 40 replacement street trees in partnership with TreeVitalize Pittsburgh.

A. The Trust’s ParkPGH makes it easy for visitors to find available parking in the Cultural District. B. Acclaimed actress Estelle

The Trust hosts its first Sketch Crawl where budding artists find inspiration from touring the Cultural District. The Trust introduces Second Saturday Arts Workshops for youth and adults at the Trust Arts Education Center located in the James E. Rohr Building in the Cultural District.

Parsons led master classes in acting when she was in town with the Broadway tour of August: Osage County. C.

C. Attendee at the Trust’s Sketch Crawl in the Cultural District. D. GRAMMY® Award winner Esperanza Spalding performed at the Byham Theater as part of the Cohen & Grigsby Trust Presents series. E. Cultural District exit signs are

Four Cultural District highway exit signs are installed at key visibility locations on well-traveled Pittsburgh area highways.

installed at key locations on four of Pittsburgh’s well-traveled highways. D.

The Trust finalizes its new Strategic Plan for 2011–2013.


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Crowds flock to the Trust’s Benedum Center to catch a performance of the popular Broadway tour of Grease.

IPROGRAMMING In 2010, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust presented diverse performing arts, including the best of Broadway, dance, theater and music, as well as special programming for children and families.

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PNC BROADWAY ACROSS AMERICAPITTSBURGH Ticket sales and attendance held steady in 2010. More than 86,000 people attended the farewell U.S. tour of The Phantom of the Opera. The Broadway League ranks Pittsburgh in the top five U.S. markets for touring Broadway productions. Dreamgirls Heinz Hall Cirque Dreams Illumination Heinz Hall Cats Benedum Center In the Heights Benedum Center Xanadu Benedum Center Grease Benedum Center The Wizard of Oz Heinz Hall August: Osage County Benedum Center Young Frankenstein Benedum Center The Phantom of the Opera Benedum Center South Pacific Benedum Center

Rock of Ages Benedum Center

Get The Led Out Byham Theater

Cirque Dreams Holidaze Heinz Hall

Broken Social Scene Byham Theater

Burn the Floor Heinz Hall

Great Big Sea Byham Theater

PNC Broadway Across America – Pittsburgh is a presentation of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh Symphony and Broadway Across America.

World of Jewtopia Byham Theater

Presenting Sponsor:

COHEN & GRIGSBY TRUST PRESENTS In 2010, Cultural District patrons were treated to eclectic arts and entertainment from around the world at the Trust’s Benedum Center and Byham Theater. Step Afrika! Byham Theater Jim Brickman Benedum Center Nickelodeon’s Storytime Adventures Live! Benedum Center Ladysmith Black Mambazo Byham Theater Rodrigo Y Gabriela Byham Theater Cherish the Ladies Byham Theater

Celtic Thunder Benedum Center Esperanza Spalding & Her Chamber Music Society Byham Theater


Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! Benedum Center Australian Pink Floyd Benedum Center The Capitol Steps Byham Theater Omara Portuondo Byham Theater

A. Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! B. Step Afrika! C. Rodrigo Y Gabriela D. The Phantom of the Opera B.

Bellydance Superstars Present Bombay Bellywood Byham Theater Pink Martini Byham Theater The Christmas Music of Mannheim Steamroller by Chip Davis Benedum Center


Straight No Chaser Holiday Show Benedum Center Presenting Sponsor:


Golden Dragon Acrobats Byham Theater Straight No Chaser Byham Theater Ahmad Jamal and the MCG Jazz Orchestra Byham Theater

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A. Desmond Richardson of Complexions B. Rioult

The Trust’s exceptional contemporary series at the Byham Theater featured some of the world’s most enduring dance companies, including Complexions, BJM Danse and Pilobolus.





Byham Theater

Radical Reels

Menopause: The Musical®

Off the Record X: Malpractice Blues

Throughout the year, the Trust’s Benedum Center and Byham Theater set the stage for a variety of performance artists and entertainers.

Point Park University Conservatory Dance Company

Tina Sloan in Changing Shoes

Bodiography Contemporary Ballet Company: Heart (Function vs. Emotion) Gabriel Iglesias Go Red for Women Conference

Benedum Center

La Roche College Dance Theatre

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet

Ron White


1964 ...The Tribute

Sweet Honey in the Rock with The African Children’s Choir

BJM Danse

Roots of Rock ‘n Roll XXXVI

I Can’t Stop Lovin’ You

Vincent Dance Theatre

Jesus Christ Superstar

WYEP Presents The Swell Season


David Gray

Pilobolus Season Sponsor:

C. David Gray D. Sweet Honey in the Rock E. Citizen Cope F. Emmylou Harris

Trans-Siberian Orchestra Charlie Wilson Classic Soul Music Festival Bob Marley Live Forever Experience Hendrix Patrizio Buanne Brian Regan Glenn Beck BROKE

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Regional Dance America Northeast Clean Water Fund Gasland Deliverance Baptist Church John P. Kee & the New Life Ceremony Choir Visionary Performing Arts Academy: Heal The World

CD Live! Citizen Cope Byham Theater

Hot Pink Pittsburgh

Richard Thompson Band Byham Theater

Worldwide Movie Premiere of The Chief

Emmylou Harris Byham Theater

Daniel Ulbricht & Friends: A Dance Spectacular

Aimee Mann New Hazlett Theater

Girls Night: The Musical An Evening Celebrating the 1960 World Series Game 7 Mark Milovats’ Christmas Magic Bryan Adams The Bare Bones Tour Demetri Martin Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School Spring Performance

Pittsburgh Musical Theater Rent

Carlos Mencia

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat

Billy Gardell Halftime


The Darkins Group: The Shyne Awards

The Phantom of the Opera



CD LIVE! is a collaboration between The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival and 91.3fm WYEP.

PITTSBURGH INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN’S THEATER & FESTIVAL It was an extraordinary year for Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater & Festival. The Family Series celebrated its 40th year of presenting quality theater for children and families. Giant Eagle became Presenting Sponsor of the Pittsburgh International Children’s Festival, and the Festival received a first-ever endowment gift from the Hilda M. Willis Foundation.


Pittsburgh International Children’s Festival May 12–16 The Man Who Planted Trees (Puppet State Theatre Company, Edinburgh, Scotland) Bathtime (Theatre Bouches Decousues, Quebec, Canada) Aga-Boom (Dimitri Bogatirev, Russia/USA) Droplets (La Societa Della Civetta, Italy)

G. The cast of Duck for

Zany Umbrella Circus: Beppe's Elephant (USA)

other Story Books.

President, Fancy Nancy &

H. Aga-Boom, a featured performance at Pittsburgh

Mapapa Acrobats (Kenya/USA)

International Children’s Festival. I. Pittsburgh International

Festival Presenting Sponsor:

Children’s Festival brings five days of featured performances to the University of Pittsburgh’s grounds and theaters.

Family Series Pigeon Party! Starring Mo Willems (Big Wooden Horse Theatre Company UK) Henry and Mudge (Theatreworks USA)

J. A young attendee watches a Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater performance. K. Performer at the Pittsburgh


International Children’s Festival.

Fred Garbo Inflatable Theater Co. Duck for President, Fancy Nancy & Other Story Books (Theatreworks USA) The True Story of the Three Little Pigs (Emerald City Theatre) Family Series Presenting Sponsor:

H. K.

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E. A. Attendees at a Festival music performance. B. Guster headlines Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival on United Nations World Environment Day. C. Family poses for its photo at the Festival.

In 2010, Dollar Bank made a multi-year commitment as Three Rivers Arts Festival Presenting Sponsor. The Trust thanks Dollar Bank for its generous support of the Festival. In addition to its trademark eclectic mix of music, art, performance and community activities at Point State Park, Hertz Gateway Center and the Cultural District, this year the festival successfully united arts and environmental sustainability with Pittsburgh serving as the North American host city for the United Nations World Environment Day celebration.

D. Contented Festival goer. E. Dance Alloy Theater performs at the Trust Arts Education Center during the Festival. F. Young attendee views a sculpture at the Festival.

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F. Presenting Sponsor:


Ongoing Events

A hub for Cultural District activity, the Trust’s Theater Square complex is the place to purchase tickets for Cultural District events and offers convenient parking, good food, drinks and more. Theater Square sets the stage for Pittsburgh CLO’s Cabaret, as well as Trust programming and special events.

BNY Mellon Jazz Presents JazzLive Craft Beer School Wednesday Wine Flights Salsa Fridays Improv Comedy Jam

Late Night Cabaret Mystery’s Most Wanted

Cabaret at Theater Square

Carnegie Mellon University Junior Musical Theater Class, with composer John Bucchino

Salsa Ritmo Wednesdays Latin Dance Party

Hustlebot: The Sketch Show

Soul Cycle Sean Jones/Dwayne Dolphin— JazzmeetsFunk Orrin Evans Trio Jeff ‘‘Tain’’ Watts Quartet

Pittsburgh Improv All*Stars

The Cellar Dwellers: Bobble Head Nite in 3D!

Chris Laitta’s TV Tunes Sing-a-Long

70s Dance party Los Ciegos Del Barrio

The Serious Comedy Show

DJ Javier Rivera

A Night of Stand-Up with Gene Collier

Salsa White Party Patrick Combs’ Man 1, Bank 0 Salsa Spooktacular Lou Donaldson Quartet

More than 1,200 hours were broadcast from the remote Theater Square studio. Marvin Hamlisch performed live during RADical Days. Stephen Baum hosted the Performance in Pittsburgh series spotlighting local musicians. The studio broadcast Pittsburgh Speakers Series’ reviews, as well as special live performances during Light Up Night® and First Night® Pittsburgh.




Backstage Bar

Amish Burlesque

The John McIntire Dangerously Live Comedy Talk Show

Giada Valenti

Carolyn M. Byham WQED fm89.3 Studio

Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves: Anne & Mark Burnell

The Trust’s Backstage Bar was home to more than 300 free, live performances, attracting 11,000 Cultural District patrons in 2010. In addition to live entertainment, the relaxed smoke-free Backstage Bar offers a full menu of appetizers, casual food and desserts.


Trevor Eaton: A Boy with Dreams

Deana Muro’s Plenty of Fish Roger Humphries’ Big Band Holiday Suite Sizzling Salsa New Year’s Eve Formula 412


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FIRST NIGHT PITTSBURGH Saxophonist Tia Fuller gives a captivating performance at First Night® Pittsburgh.

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The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust ushered in the new year with its best ever First Night ® Pittsburgh. Comfortable temperatures combined with thousands of Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals fans in town for the Bridgestone NHL Winter Classic and a robust offering of more than 125 activities in the Cultural District added up to a record 50,000 First Night ® Pittsburgh attendance. The Trust thanks First Night ® lead sponsor Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield, corporate sponsors, community supporters and media partners that helped to make the event an outstanding success.

Participating Artists/Organizations AcoustiCafé America’s Latin Orchestra The Andy Warhol Museum AppalAsia Arthur Murray Dance Studio Artists Image Resource Associated Artists of Pittsburgh Attack Theatre August Wilson Center for African American Culture Mark Ballas Bear Cub Jen Bechak Billy the Kid and The Regulators Bobby D/Swing City Pittsburgh Gab Bonesso Comedy Show Burn the Floor Pete Bush and the Hoi Polloi Busk Pittsburgh Caribbean Vibes Carnegie Science Center Cell Phone Disco Cello Fury Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh Colonizing the Cosmos Creative Reuse Pittsburgh Dwayne Dolphin Dream Job Morgan Erina Falk School Teresa Foley/Locally Toned Roland Ford Soul Line Dance Tia Fuller Future Tenant The Get-Down Gang Giggles the Clown Green Gears PediCabs Maddi Georgi Gary Guydosh Ryder Henry

Joshua Hogan Jason Hudy and Amber Lee Ice Creations Joy Ike In Acchord Ruby Jain Jimbo and the Soupbones Peter Johnson Dan Kamin Tadashi Kato Tim Kaulen kNOTdance Matt Korbanic Langley High School Marching Band Le Cordon Bleu Institute of Culinary Arts Joe Lyons Mary Poppins Matt Marino Meeting of Important People The MGR Foundation Sean Miller Kyle Moore/Zen Lemons Mount Lebanon Fire Department moxie DaDA Music Together National Aviary The Neo-Futurists Neon Swing X-perience Northside Urban Pathways Charter School Novelty Entertainment Oliver High School Marching Band One World Tribe Organization of Chinese Americans Youth Ensemble Denise Peachy/Gypsy Piano Blues Perry High School Marching Band Pillow Project Pirate Parrot Pittsburgh All City Gospel Choir Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Pittsburgh Center for the Arts Pittsburgh CitiParks Pittsburgh Filmmakers

Pittsburgh Fire Department Pittsburgh Gallery Guide Pittsburgh Gospel Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater Pittsburgh Musical Theater Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company The Pool Party Accordionistas Project 53 Musician Resources Puppets for Pittsburgh/Studio Capezzuti RAIN: A Tribute to The Beatles Brian Dean Richmond Tim Ruff Saturday Light Brigade The Schmutz Company Matt Sigler Magic Workshop Silk Screen Asian Arts Organization Vonzell Solomon SPACE Gallery Lainee and Barry Spector Squonk Opera Steel Dragon Gong Lung Steel Town Fire Steely McBeam Marie Sturman Caricatures Theatre Sans Serif Timbeleza ToonSeum Tower of Power Jessica Toy UMOJA African Arts Company Kristi Ward/Morgiana Mark Weakland Brady Wegner—The Class Clown We’re Holden Puppets Brett Williams Win Win Martial Arts Robbie Wise Magic Sam Wise Leroy K. Wofford

Wood Street Galleries 91.3fm WYEP Zafira Bellydance Zambelli Fireworks Lead Sponsor Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Additional Sponsors Dollar Bank Equitable Gas First National Bank First Niagara Giant Eagle PNC Community Supporters The Buhl Foundation The Grable Foundation Richard King Mellon Foundation R.P. Simmons Family Foundation Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development Media Partners Trib Total Media KDKA Radio Disney WRRK Bob FM WLTJ Y108 WZPT WDUQ 90.5fm 91.3fm WYEP

Concord Hospitality Courtyard by Marriott Pittsburgh Downtown Jonathan Edmonds The Encore on 7th EQT Plaza Ewart Associates, LLC Fifth Avenue Place Future Tenant Heinz Hall Penn Ventures, L.P. Liberty Avenue Holdings, LLC Lincoln Eastern Management Corp. Chris Novak National Hockey League Oxford Development Company O’Reilly Theater, Pittsburgh Public Theater Pennsylvania Culinary Institute Pearson Realty Services, Inc. Phil’s Parking Pittsburgh Penguins Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium City of Pittsburgh Pittsburgh CAPA 6-12 Pittsburgh Parking Authority RIDC Rugby Realty TREK Development Treemasters Trigate, Inc. VisitPittsburgh Zambelli Fireworks Lead Sponsor:


A. Steel Town Fire entranced First Night® Pittsburgh attendees with its daring and skillful maneuvers. B. Revelers review the First Night® Pittsburgh schedule and plan for a fun-filled New Year’s Eve in the Cultural District.


C. First Niagara makes its enthusiastic debut as First Night® Pittsburgh Parade sponsor. D. First Night® Pittsburgh attendees enjoying family time together in the Cultural District.

Special Thanks 929 Liberty Associates, L.P. ALCO Parking Allegheny County August Wilson Center for African American Culture The Susan Zubik Welcome Center at Catholic Charities Berger Real Estate Bricolage



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The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust commissioned Cell Phone Disco, an interactive, outdoor art installation unlike any other in the country. Created by Informationlab (Auke Touwslager, Ursula Lavrencic) and engineered by Aleš Vrhovec, Janez Jazbar and Robert Unetich, Cell Phone Disco visualizes the electromagnetic field of an active mobile phone. Cell Phone Disco is currently on view in Tito Way at Liberty Avenue (behind Crazy Mocha) in the Cultural District. The Trust thanks The Fine Foundation for making Cell Phone Disco possible.

Cell Phone Disco was commissioned by The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust in 2010.

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Wood Street Galleries

707 Penn Gallery

Future Tenant

Alba Magica Martin Bonadeo January 22– April 4

Particulate Behaviours Anjali Srinivasan January 8–February 21

Empire Claudia Hart April 23–June 20

Nesting Jennifer Howison March 5–April 18

D0.Y0U.ND3R5T@ND? Communication Through Technology Curator Kim Rullo January 15–February 13

Outer Body/Inner Experiences Participating artists: Airan Kang, Matt Stokes, Lawrence Malstaf, Luc Courchesne and Jim Campbell. July 16– September 12

Dark & Shiny Night Robert Raczka April 23–June 12

Audio Space: Sound Installations by Jem Finer and David Rokeby October 1– December 31 Cell Phone Disco Informationlab (Auke Touwslager, Ursula Lavrencic) and engineered by Aleš Vrhovec, Janez Jazbar and Robert Unetich December 1– present

SPACE Context Curator Greg Gibilisco March 5–21 Rock, Paper, Scissors Curator Jill Larson April 2–May 23 Congo Women June 4–July 25

Slush Puppies Jonathan Chamberlain and Chris Beauregard June 25–July 25 Poisonous Anna Rebek August 6–September 12 TXT Curator Kate Little September 17–October 24 Associated Artists of Pittsburgh November 26–December 31

Quiet in the Land: Annual CMU MFA Exhibition Curator Dan Byers March 26–April 10


Responding Curator Anna E. Mikolay April 16–May 15

A. SPACE presented the internationally-touring photography exhibition, Congo Women, which

City High Art Showcase May 28–June 11

raises awareness of the widespread sexual violence facing women

Eat Me Curator Jill Larson September 17–October 9

and girls in the Democratic Republic of Congo, demonstrating the arts’ role as mirror and map

Futilitarian December 10–31

to influence social change. B. Nature in Glass by Gary Guydosh

Future Tenant is a Cultural District visual arts collaboration between The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust and Carnegie Mellon University’s Master of Arts Management program.

at 709 Penn Gallery. This gallery is managed by the Trust’s Education & Community Engagement



709 Penn Gallery A Few Objects on a Theme of Contradiction Adam Welch January 8–February 19 Off the Page: Comic Book and Game Art Christopher Moeller March 5–April 25

Paper Politics Curator Josh McPhee August 13–October 24

Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland Abelardo Morell May 7–June 27

Scale Curator Ally Reeves November 19, 2010–February 6, 2011

Tar Baby Jane and Doowop Vanessa German July 9–August 30

C. C. The interactive exhibition

Nature in Glass Gary Guydosh September 10–October 24

Outer Body/Inner Experiences at Wood Street Galleries invites viewer participation in an outer body experience.

937 Liberty Avenue Public Record Justin Hopper July 16–25

D. D. Vanessa German, Tar Baby Jane and Doowop at 709 Penn Gallery.

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In 2010, The Sharp Edge, a well-known Pittsburgh beer lovers’ haven, opened a new gathering spot at 922 Penn Avenue in the Cultural District, adding to a growing cluster of successful restaurants and bars located in the 900 block of Penn Avenue.

REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT True to its mission, in 2010, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust led mindful development and beautification initiatives in the Cultural District.

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A. The Century Building’s Bicycle Commuter Center. B. The 900 block of Penn Avenue. C. Plants donated by the Western PA Conservancy for placement in the Cultural District. D. Tree planting in the Cultural District. A.




The Century Building, an historic residential loft collaboration between the Trust and TREK Development Group, won AIA Pittsburgh’s Historic Preservation Award and the 10,000 Friends Gold Commonwealth Award. The building’s Bicycle Commuter Center, which opened in 2010, immediately sold out all leases and won the AIA of California’s Merit Award.

The Western PA Conservancy donated 100 hanging flower baskets for placement in the Cultural District and invited the Trust to serve on its Concept Design Committee for Gateway Median Islands, a verdant, downtown entryway near the Fort Pitt Bridge. The Trust hosted TreeVitalize Pittsburgh’s tree planting kickoff on World Environment Day at the Trust’s Agnes R. Katz Plaza. TreeVitalize planted 40 new replacement street trees in the Cultural District. Katz Plaza also served as the launch site for “Car Free Fridays” on National Bike to Work Day.

Sweetlix, a frozen yogurt hot spot, opened a store at 820 Liberty Avenue, next door to its owner Pittsburgh Popcorn. The Trust strategically acquired 119 Sixth Street property (formerly Bally’s Total Fitness) for future repurposing. The property’s adjacencies to the Trust’s Byham and O’Reilly Theaters and Theater Square complement the Trust’s ongoing development of the Cultural District.

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The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s popular Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District, which is free and open to the public, attracts several thousand people to the District every quarter. Crawl attendees shown here watch a dance performance in the Trust’s Agnes R. Katz Plaza.

EDUCATION & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT In its first full year of operation, the Trust Arts Education Center, located in the James E. Rohr Building at 805-807 Liberty Avenue in the Cultural District, offered a robust array of arts programs and workshops for youth and adults.

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PROGRAMS FOR STUDENTS EQT Theater Arts Workshops Altoona Area High School


This program enables students to take advantage of select Cultural District performances and special events at a fraction of the regular cost.

West Allegheny High School North Hills High School Uniontown Area High School North Allegheny High School Reynolds High School Hampton High School Made possible with support from EQT

PITT ARTS Encounters Step Afrika!

Henry and Mudge Duck for President, Fancy Nancy & Other Story Books The True Story of the Three Little Pigs Presenting Sponsor: Citizens Bank

PNC Grow Up Great Early Childhood Arts Program Partnering downtown childcare centers: Brightside Academy* Hill House Early Learning & Child Development Center

Ladysmith Black Mambazo

Kindercare Learning Center

Ahmad Jamal

Metropolitan Preschool & Nursery*

World of Jewtopia

Pigeon Party

Sponsored by Employees of Merrill Lynch of Western Pennsylvania

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet


Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater School Day Matinee Series

Get Here Bus Subsidies

Esperanza Spalding and Her Chamber Music Society

Omara Portuondo Bellydance Superstars in Bombay Bellywood ArtsPASSPORT and PITT ARTS Encounters are made possible with support from Massey Charitable Trust.

A. The Trust’s year-round, weekly BNY Mellon Jazz Presents JazzLive series had a strong

Point Park University Children’s School

year with more than 100

Small World Early Learning and Development Center*

and international jazz artists

Participating artists and arts organizations:

B. Actor Mark Thompson leads

Pascal Rioult Pilobolus


performances by local, national like Orrin Evans, shown here.

Gateway to the Arts

a session during the Trust’s

Rebecca Covert

Theater Arts Workshops.

Betty Lee Dell

C. Mr. McFeeley greets young

Christina Farrell

participants at a PNC Grow

Alyssa Herzog Melby

Up Great Early Childhood Arts

Emily Harpp Meulbroek

Program event.


Barbara Russell Student Trust Artist in Residence



Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater

Internship Program

Sponsored by The PNC Foundation


Bucknell University Carlow University

*multiple locations

Carnegie Mellon University Chatham University Duquesne University Muhlenberg College Penn State University University of Dayton University of Pittsburgh

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ArtsMASTERS Cats The Ellis School In the Heights Alumni Theater Company Langley High School A.

Perry Traditional Academy Pittsburgh School for the Creative and Performing Arts Wilmington Area High School Aspen Sante Fe Ballet Point Park University

his performance of Runt, which took place at the Peirce Studio of the Trust Arts Education Center. B. Young Writers Institute participant presents his work. C. Student dancers at a masterclass led by Desmond D.

Richardson of Complexions. D. The Trust hosted its first

Point Park University Burn the Floor Absolute Ballroom Sponsored by


Eric Roberson Band

Runt by Michael Phillip Edwards After School Arts Program Northside Urban Pathways Charter School Second Saturday Arts Workshops Jewelry-making with Olga Mihaylova

Dance Café

How to Toon with ToonSeum

International Performing Arts for Youth Conference

First Night® Puppet-making Workshop with Cheryl Capezzuti

Slippery Rock University

BNY Mellon Presents JazzLive

Vocal lessons with Etta Cox

Book-making with Pat Buckley

August: Osage County Carnegie Mellon University

Sponsored by BNY Mellon, WDUQ 90.5fm

ArtCity Playwriting and Acting Intensive Workshop with Laura Mitchell & Tammy Ryan

Soul Line Dance with Roland Ford

Dance Alloy Theater Workshop—Jones Summer Dance Intensive

Experimental Drawing with Deanna Mance & Maria Mangano

and New Pittsburgh Courier

National Jazz Appreciation Month Soul Cycle

BJM Danse Masterclass & Talkback Carnegie Mellon University

Sean Jones & Dwayne Dolphin JazzmeetsFunk

Point Park University

Orrin Evans

University of Pittsburgh

Jeff “Tain” Watts Quartet

Vincent Dance Theatre Masterclass & Talkback Slippery Rock University

Sonny Fortune Quartet

World of Jewtopia Hillel Center Pascal Rioult Masterclass & Talkback Pittsburgh School for the Creative and Performing Arts

Roger Humphries Holiday Suite Showcase Noir: African American Artist and Designer Exhibit and Sale Kids Day in The District Golden Dragon Acrobats Gallery Crawl in the Cultural District Lead Sponsor: First Commonwealth

Pittsburgh Sketch Crawl First Night® Pittsburgh

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PNC Grow Up Great Early Childhood Arts Program Story Time with Mr. McFeely

Dance Alloy Theater


Sketch Crawl where aspiring

Cultural District.


Development Workshops

artists found inspirational musings throughout the

The Young Writers Institute In partnership with the Western Pennsylvania Writing Project and the University of Pittsburgh

Bassey Ikip: Spoken Word

Complexions Masterclass & Talkback Point Park University

University of Pittsburgh

receives a standing ovation after

Runt Masterclass & Talkback Pittsburgh School for the Creative and Performing Arts


PPG Industries Foundation

Point Park University

A. Michael Phillip Edwards

kNOTDance Pittsburgh School for the Creative and Performing Arts


Cherish the Ladies Northside Urban Pathways Charter School



Pilobolus Dance Theater Masterclass & Talkback Carnegie Mellon University

Lead Sponsor: Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield

Club Dance Workout with Jame Elis

Cartoon Canines and Other Critters with ToonSeum Comic and Graphic Storytelling with ToonSeum

PROGRAMS FOR TEACHERS Tix for Teachers Sponsored by EQT

SHARED SERVICES Shared Services, a department of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, works with a consortium of Cultural District arts organizations: August Wilson Center for African American Culture, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, Pittsburgh CLO, The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, Pittsburgh Opera, Pittsburgh Public Theater and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra. Through strategic collaborations coordinated by Shared Services, each of the Cultural District organizations benefits from reduced operational costs and increased efficiencies through the collective sourcing of:

• Office supplies

Realized Cost Savings

• Credit card processing • Health insurance • Wellness programs • Program book advertising & administration • Printing

Since 2000, Shared Services’ cumulative savings and cost avoidance for the Cultural District community exceeds $7.6 million.

• Human resources training • Database management • Seasonal District brochures

Theater Accessibility

• Group ticket sales • E-marketing • Monthly District calendars • Ad campaigns • Forums for District peer groups

A grant from the FISA Foundation is funding Shared Services’ efforts to gather, compile and disseminate information about accessibility features of the seven Cultural District theaters. The goal is to help make the District more welcoming for all patrons.

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COMMUNITY The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s beautiful O’Reilly Theater is the home of Pittsburgh Public Theater.

As a driving catalyst of the Cultural District, the Trust is dedicated to nurturing lasting relationships with a vibrant and growing collective of local arts organizations.

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PHOTOS: Oliver!/Matt Polk; Midnight Radio: War of the Worlds/Heather Mull; A Midsummer Night’s Dream/Pittsburgh Public Theater; Swan Lake/Rich Sofranko; Carmen/David Beckman

August Wilson Center for African American Culture

In efforts to preserve, present and celebrate the art, culture and history of African Americans locally and throughout the world, the August Wilson Center offers multiple exhibition galleries, a 486-seat theater, a cultivation center, seven art galleries and dazzling space for community programs and events in the Cultural District at 980 Liberty Avenue. In 2010, André Kimo Stone Guess was named President and CEO of the Center.

Pittsburgh CLO

Pittsburgh Opera

Presenting exceptional musical theater for more than half a century, Pittsburgh CLO is one of the country’s most prestigious non-profit theaters. Pittsburgh CLO offers vibrant productions, innovative educational programs and bold new works that define its standing as a leader in professional musical theater.

Pittsburgh Opera’s longstanding commitment to artistic excellence is manifest through a range of programs, from main stage productions at the Trust’s Benedum Center to free community concerts and intimate cabarets presented throughout the region.




The Barber of Seville


Lucia di Lammermoor

Miss Saigon Curtains

Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre


Forever Plaid




’S Wonderful: The New Gershwin Musical

The Chief

Time of My Life


The Nutcracker Company B in the Upper Room

A Midsummer Night’s Dream The Price


The Three Musketeers

Every year, Pittsburgh Public Theater offers diverse professional productions including American theater classics, masterworks from the international repertoire, world premieres, contemporary plays and musicals of exceptional merit at its home in the Trust’s 650-seat O’Reilly Theater.


Triple Espresso

Swan Lake

Pittsburgh Public Theater

The Producers Hairspray

Each Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre season creates an opportunity to delight Pittsburgh audiences with works that inspire, entertain and achieve greater heights of artistic excellence. PBT continues its long-standing tradition with presenting Pittsburgh and world premieres, audience favorites and tributes to legendary dance masters at the Trust’s Benedum Center and Byham Theater.


Pittsburgh Filmmakers

The Royal Family

More than 14,000 visitors came to the Trust’s Harris Theater to view 500 screenings of independent, foreign and classic films programmed by Pittsburgh Filmmakers.

Talley’s Folly The Second City’s Fair and Unbalanced

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

An enduring and vital Pittsburgh cultural institution, the world-class PSO, under Music Director Manfred Honeck, continues its noble history of collaborations with the finest conductors and musicians and a steadfast commitment to artistic excellence.



A. Pittsburgh CLO’s production of Oliver!


Making artful use of what’s at hand, Bricolage uses distinctive regional resources to create theatrical events at the Trust’s 937 Liberty Avenue property.

B. Bricolage’s production of Midnight Radio: War of the Worlds. C. The Pittsburgh Public Theater’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream. D. Pittsburgh Opera’s production

B.U.S. 5 Speech and Debate Midnight Radio

of Carmen. E. Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s production of Swan Lake.

Midnight Radio: War of the Worlds


In the Raw

Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre Company

Showcasing diverse works ranging from local playwrights to accomplished masters in the Cultural District at 542 Penn Avenue, Pittsburgh Playwrights’ growing audiences reflect Pittsburgh’s ethnically-rich patron community.

D. E.

Valu-Mart The Ancestor Series Jitney Breathe Theatre Festival in Black & White Elder Hostages

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The patron experience is at the core of everything The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust does in the Cultural District.

A full house at The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust's Benedum Center.

In 2010, the Trust set into motion several important initiatives to enhance the patron experience in the Cultural District.


A. now

C. ParkPGH, Pittsburgh’s first

allows patrons to select their

real-time smart parking system,

own seats for most events and

helps Cultural District patrons

see the view of the stage from

find parking quickly at multiple

different sections of the theater.

Downtown garages using mobile

Added functionality to the

technology. A project of The

website in 2011 will include the

Pittsburgh Cultural Trust,

ability for patrons to print their

ParkPGH was made possible by

own tickets from home.

The Benter Foundation and Trust

B. Electronic ticket scanners

partners, including Carnegie

were introduced at Cultural

Mellon University’s Traffic21

District theaters to protect

initiative, Pittsburgh Downtown

patrons against counterfeit

Partnership and Deeplocal, Inc.

tickets, improve onsite patron management and contribute to the collection, management and accuracy of patron information.



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OTHER HIGHLIGHTS Through WordFly, a progressive email messaging system, the Trust can much better target and alert patrons about Cultural District performances and programs based on their ticket purchasing history. The Trust’s successful efforts at social media cultivation contribute to a growing and enthusiastic community of online Cultural District patrons.

FINANCIALS The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust 2010

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Statement of Financial Position December 31, 2010

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Statement of Activities For the Year Ended December 31, 2010



Cash and Cash Equivalents Investments, At Fair Value Accounts, Notes and Contributions Receivable Other Assets Fixed Assets, Net Total Assets

$17,037,382 19,903,137 7,916,062 1,770,779 104,046,825 $150,674,185


Accounts Payable Advance Sales Other Liabilities Long-Term Borrowings Total Liabilities

Total Net Assets

Total Unrestricted Revenue, Gains and Other Support

$5,716,322 8,702,531 22,806,917 7,257,261 269,981 6,550,584

Investment Income 0.6% Other Earned Income 20.3%


Interest Facility and general operations Personnel Presentations Program Fundraising Total Expenses, Excluding Depreciation

89,695,334 3,075,652 32,325,223

Change in Unrestricted Net Assets Excluding Depreciation Depreciation Expense Change in Unrestricted Net Assets

Rent 17.7% 1,102,729 8,415,453 8,396,080 23,698,170 2,296,107 1,122,614

Presentations 46.6%

45,031,153 EXPENSE

6,272,443 3,756,699 2,515,744

Real Estate 2.4%

125,096,209 $150,674,185

Gifts and grants Net investment gain Net assets released from restrictions Change in Temporarily Restricted Net Assets

6,472,580 102,429 (5,450,584)

Facility Operations 24.4%



Gifts and grants Net investment gain Accumulated gains released for operations Change in Permanently Restricted Net Assets Change in Net Assets

Gifts and Grants 14.8%



Total Liabilities and Net Assets



$2,452,459 7,828,661 158,053 15,138,803


Unrestricted Temporarily Restricted Permanently Restricted

Gifts and grants Rent Presentations Other income Net investment gain Net assets released from restriction

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Functional Revenue and Expense Presentation December 31, 2010

200,000 1,890,461

Presentations 48.7%

Fundraising 2.3% Program Related 17.1% Funded Depreciation 1.6% General and Administrative 3.5%

(1,100,000) 990,461 4,630,630


Beginning of year End of year

120,465,579 $125,096,209

Per Audit Report Issued by Schneider Downs & Co., Certified Public Accountants

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DEVELOPMENT The Trust raised $11 million in 2010 (compared with $8.4 million in 2009) to support Trust operations, capital projects, special projects, the Cultural District community and the purchase of the 119 Sixth Street property (formerly Bally’s Total Fitness).

First Night® Pittsburgh

First Night® Pittsburgh garnered the most financial support in the history of the event, thanks in part to lead sponsor Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield and new First Night® Pittsburgh Parade sponsor First Niagara. The new First Night Friend program offers donors at the $100 level or above special attendee benefits, including reserved parking, special access to vouchered First Night events and a VIP Lounge.

Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts Festival

Dollar Bank signs on as the first-ever Presenting Sponsor for Three Rivers Arts Festival. The Trust salutes Dollar Bank for its enthusiastic support of the Festival. Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater & Festival

Giant Eagle became the firstever Presenting Sponsor of The Pittsburgh International Children’s Festival, and the Festival received a special endowment gift from the Hilda M. Willis Foundation.

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cultivation efforts.

Individual giving among the Trust’s Board of Trustees reached 100% participation once again. The Trust thanks Sunil Wadhwani for leading this effort in 2010.

Since its inception in 2005, the Trust’s Corporate Circles Board has helped to increase overall corporate giving by 44%. The Trust thanks Frank Reed and Laurie Vota for their leadership, commitment and vision as Corporate Circles Board co-chairs.

Individual support increased 16% compared with 2009 giving levels. The Trust thanks Board chairs Susan McLaughlin, Kelly Price, Jill Brodbeck and Chip Babst for their enthusiastic

Key members of the foundation community continued to support Trust patron services’ initiatives, including the revamped, electronic ticket scanners and improved patron information management systems.


B. A. Lauren and Adam Sufrin B. Sheri Giger and Doug Kassab, co-chairs of Cosmopolitan Pittsburgh C. Arts Gala-ree! Chairs Kathleen and Morgan O’Brien D. Joe and Lynn Smith (left) with guests at Arts Gala-ree!


Cosmopolitan Pittsburgh The Byham Theater set the stage for Pittsburgh’s best summer bash to benefit the Trust. More than 700 people attended Cosmopolitan Pittsburgh, which helped to raise more than $48,000.

Annual Gala Arts Gala-ree! celebrated the depth and breadth of the Trust’s outstanding programming in the Cultural District and raised more than $400,000 in support of the Trust’s dedicated work. The spirited sounds of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy kept the party moving. The Trust applauds Arts Gala-ree! Chairs Morgan and Kathleen O’Brien and lead sponsor Peoples Natural Gas for their enthusiastic support in helping to make Arts Gala-ree! a vital success.



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DONORS 2010 Annual Campaign Support

Membership & Family Foundations Founder’s Circle $50,000 & above Anonymous

Chairman’s Circle $25,000 to $49,999 Dr. & Mrs. Kenneth R. Melani Rossin Foundation Barbara & Bruce Wiegand

President’s Circle $10,000 to $24,999 Anonymous Jane C. Arkus Edwin H. Beachler* Mrs. Ruth Binkley+ Marianne Bokan-Blair & David J. Blair Nadine E. Bognar Bozzone Family Foundation Jill & Chuck Brodbeck Charles E. Bunch Buncher Family Foundation Patricia & Charlie+ Burke Mr. & Mrs. Donald A. Casey Ada & George Davidson Mary Jane & Gerald Davis Beverlynn & Steven Elliott Karen & Steven Feinstein

Ann & Henry Fisher Mr. & Mrs. Timothy O. Fisher Edith H. & James A. Fisher The Foster Charitable Trust Cynthia & Murry Gerber Janet & Mark Greathouse Jane & George Greer Mr. & Mrs. Ira J. Gumberg Marjorie Burns Haller Vicki & Kevin Halloran Sally M. Levin Cate Linn The Richard J. Madden Foundation Douglas B. McAdams Kristen & Kevin McMahon Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey L. Morby Joan & Bob Peirce Mr. & Mrs. C. J. Queenan, Jr. Pauline Santelli Mr. & Mrs. David S. Shapira Mr. & Mrs. Richard P. Simmons John T. Stabile Bronya & Neil Strosnider Lauren & S. Adam Sufrin^ Carol & Bill+ Tillotson Hilary Tyson & Charles Porter Sandy & Thomas Usher Nita & Sunil Wadhwani Nancy & Milton Washington J. Kenneth Willison, Jr.+

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Patron’s Circle $5,000 to $9,999 Anonymous Laurie Adams Mr. & Mrs. Chester R. Babst Vitasta Bazaz & Sheen Sehgal Mr. & Mrs. G. Nicholas Beckwith III Suzy & Jim Broadhurst Mr. Charles Ralph Burke, Jr. Karen S. Buterbaugh & Glenn A. Buterbaugh Carolyn & Bill Byham Sara & Jim Donnell Mr. & Mrs. Roy G. Dorrance III Carolyn D. Duronio Kristina & Peter Gerszten Sue & Mark Gleason Robert I. Glimcher Family Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Ira H. Gordon Jamie & Jim Graham Mr. & Mrs. Harry W. Henninger Mr. & Mrs. Henry L. Hillman Janet & Bill Hunt Laurie & Rick Johnson Dolores & Michael Kara Mr. & Mrs. Raymond W. LeBoeuf Robert C. Levin Maggie & Pete Magerko Carol & Peter Mathieson Mr. & Mrs. Martin G. McGuinn Mr. & Mrs.+ Albert C. Muse Rona L. Nesbit Mr. & Mrs. Demetrios T. Patrinos Gabriela & David Porges

Richard E. Rauh* William J. Recker Cynthia & Jerry Richey Linda & Rich Ruffalo Mr. & Mrs. John T. Ryan III Mr. & Mrs. William Sarris Nancy Schepis Selma B. & C. Leon Sherman* Juliet Lea Simonds Mr. & Mrs. Christian M. Snavely Mrs. Violet Soffer Speyer Foundation Jayne & Tom Sterling Becky & John Surma Bonnie W. & Thomas L. VanKirk Peggy C. Whitehurst Diane & Jack Wilberger Phillip H. & Betty L. Wimmer Family Foundation Rebecca & Rich Zahren

Premiere Circle $2,500 to $4,999 Anonymous (5) Debra & Edward Abell* Mr. & Mrs. James R. Agras Toni & John Aloe Jean & Louis D. Astorino Ann Averback Janet L. Belliveau Cynthia Berger & Laurence Green

Mary & Tim Bernard Phyllis L. Bertok Barbara H. Bott & Robert L. Jennings, Jr. Stephanie & Michael Bozic Barbara & David Burstin Mr. & Mrs. Joseph L. Calihan Mr. & Mrs. Carl L. Campbell Laura & Aris Candris Helen & Stephen Casey Dr. & Mrs. Edward Chang Mr. & Mrs. James C. Chaplin IV Julie & Dale Clifton Carol & Nelson Craige Melanie & Jim Crockard* Judith & Ronald Davenport, Sr. Debbie & Bill Demchak Karen & Wilson Farmerie Mr. & Mrs. Henry J. Gailliot Nancy R. & William J. Gatti Susan Greenspan & Neil Resnick Mr. & Mrs. Louis Guarino, Jr. Marcia M. Gumberg Joe & Kathy Guyaux Patrice & Thomas Harley Edward H. Harrell* Mr. & Mrs. Bruce K. M. Henderson Mr. David M. Hillman Dorothy A. Howat Priscilla & Richard Hunt Mrs. Joan M. Hurrell Scott D. Izzo Alice Jane & Paul Jenkins Jackie & Harley Jones Gabe Kassab Family Gerri Kay* Mary Denise & George C. Koch Mr. & Mrs. Robert A. Krizner Susan & Scott Lammie Marina & Kenneth Lehn Arthur S. Levine, M.D. Sheryl Linck & Garry Conklin Catherine & Mark H. Loevner* Courtnay & David Looman Ruth & Neil MacKay

Janet Markel & Barry Lhormer Lucine & John Marous, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Joseph A. Massaro, Jr. Dr. Curtis V. Mayernik & Mr. John Fullen Pam & Ken McCrory* John R. McGinley, Jr. Peggy & Steve McKnight Mr. & Mrs. Mark J. Mendicino Marcia A. Metelsky Montgomery IP Associates Dr. & Mrs. Joshua Nagin Patricia K. Nichols Shirley & H. Ward Olander Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Pagliari Theresa & Cliff Pinsent Lori & Louis Plung Drs. Cindy & Rob Potter Kelly & Tom Price Mary Alice Price Sally & Ned Randall Mallory & Bill Ries Mr. & Mrs. Frank Brooks Robinson Mr. & Mrs. William F. Roemer Jane H. Roesch Mrs. Louisa Rosenthal Kathleen Sandoe & Daniel Ready Robert Sass Mrs. Virginia W. Schatz* Deborah & William Schmid The Schneider Family^ Rod Schwartz Colleen & Henry Simonds Gayle G. & William H. Simpson The Slagle Family Fund Dr. & Mrs. John M. Snyder George Specter Mr. & Mrs. John A. Staley IV

Mr. & Mrs. Steven A. Stepanian II Mr. & Mrs. Michael B. Stern Sue & Dan Stokes H. Campbell Stuckeman Marcia & Dick Swanson Judith & Steve Thomas Janie & Harry Thompson Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Voller Mr. & Mrs. Robert K. Wagner Diane & Hal Waldman* Sue & Charles Walker Mary & Jerry Whitaker Mr. & Mrs. Frank L. Wiegand III Gillian & David Williams Judy & John Woffington Dr. Thad Zaleskiewicz Richard A. Zappala Family Foundation Mr. Ronald W. Zborowski Robin & Gary Zentner Florence & Harvey Zeve Mr. & Mrs. Clifford B. Zlotnik

Director’s Circle $1,000 to $2,499 Anonymous (11) Barbara & Marcus Aaron II Barbara & Alan Ackerman Mr. & Mrs. Edward A. Aiello Michelle & Andrew Aloe Michele D. Angelini Roy W. Arnold Family^ Dr. & Mrs. David Atcheson^ Michele & Pat Atkins Marian S. Bass Bridgett & Marty Bates^ Patrick Ryan Bend Amy & Michael Bernstein Eva Tansky Blum Rachel Kirk Bobo Debby & Dan Booker Ann & Paul Bridges Vicky & Mark Brilmyer Nancy Bromall & Bob Barry Susan & David Brownlee Mrs. Mary Jo & Dr. Bert Bullington Janis Burley Wilson

Nicholas Butera & Grace Wagner Mr. & Mrs. Frank V. Cahouet Mary & Dean Calland Marian & Scott Calligan Louise & David Cannon Dr. & Mrs. Robert Capretto Mr. & Mrs. Jarvis B. Cecil Barbara & Gerald Chait Charlton Fund Julie & Tim Choate Linda Christen Mr. & Mrs. E. V. Clarke, Jr. CleanCare Lisa & Shawn Cohen Dr. Richard & Sally B. Cohen Maureen & Jared Cohon Mr. & Mrs. Fredrick H. Colen Grant A. Colton Carmela & Matthew Coppola Carol J. & George G. Couch Carol & Gary Cozen Ruth Ann & Daniel D. Crawford Eliese S. Cutler* Lu & Syl Damianos Lynn & Ronald Davenport, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Simon Davidoff Joan Clark Davis Marian Ungar Davis & Stanford Lee Davis Joan & Jack Diederich Jennifer Blyler & Michael Dishart Mr. & Mrs. J. Christopher Donahue Mr. & Mrs. Thomas J. Donnelly Lucy & John Douglas Merrill J. Druggs Dr. Gabriel Durkac Alunda & Jonathan Edmonds Dolly & Curt Ellenberg Grace & Christopher Faber Mr. & Mrs. Frederick R. Favo Harris N. Ferris Sylvia V. Fields The Fine Foundation Virginia M. & Richard L. Fischer The Flam Family^ Dr. & Mrs. Robert M. Friedlander Elaine & John Frombach Violet & Robert C. Gallo

Cathy & Jim Garraux Allison Higgins Gerber Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. German Eric Gerstbrein Mr. & Mrs. William P. Getty The Gigante Family Revs. Catherine & Gaylord Gillis Dolores K. Gluck Marcia & David Gordon Juliette D. Grauer Dana & Daniel A. Greenblatt Mr. & Mrs. C. G. Grefenstette Dr. & Mrs. Peter Grondziowski Aaronel DeRoy Gruber & Irving B. Gruber~ Mr. & Mrs. Barney C. Guttman Claire B. & Jerome P. Hahn Rhoda & David Hartmann* Jane Z. Haskell Eileen & Brian Hathaway Alexandra Hendrickson Barbara & Randall Henry Dr. & Mrs. John B. Hill Katharine H. Hillman William Talbott Hillman Foundation~ Cindy & Peter Holway Maristel & Gary Hunt David & Laura Jones Tony Joseph^ Susan L. Kaczorowski, M.D. Van Kaplan Dr. & Mrs. Richard Kasdan Mr. & Mrs. Marshall P. Katz Von & Dale Keairns^ Margaret & Dwight Keating Lisa & David Keefer In Memory of Alice Kerner^ Ellen P. & Jack Kessler Mr. & Mrs. Edwin J. Kilpela Bonnie & Donald Kipke Terri & Mark Kissinger Phyllis K. Kokkila Janet M. Kowalski Dr. Elliott J. Kramer & William M. Modrak Elaine & Carl Krasik Pam & Scott Kroh

Regina & Kevin Lawrie Lynn & Larry Lebowitz Mr. & Mrs. Michael H. Levin Judith Liebler Sue & Jim Liken Mrs. Lenny Litman Janine & Daniel Littlefield Margery J. Loevner The Loughney Foundation Kate W. MacVean Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Malnati Ralph Manning Mr. & Mrs. Gerald E. McGinnis Suzy & DeCourcy McIntosh* Susan & Sean McLaughlin James R. McMahon Janice & Ernie Meade* Mr. & Mrs. Richard P. Mellon Mr. Richard A. Mellon Dr. & Mrs. Richard Meltzer Barbara Sachnoff Mendlowitz Ann & LeRoy Metz Mary Ellen & Mark Meyer Janet & George Miles Dr. & Mrs. Charles J. Miller Linda & Stuart Miller Sally C. Minard & Walter Limbach Connie & Paul Mockenhaupt Thomas R. Moore Patricia & W. Rodgers Moore Anne D. Mullaney+ & Judge Maurice B. Cohill, Jr. Ms. Heidi Munn Martha H. Munsch Mary Love & William Nast Christine E. Navarro* Kenny & Gordon Nelson Susan & Richard Nernberg Eliza & Hugh Nevin Sarah Nichols* Debra & Lee Nott Grant D. Oliphant Maria & Rocco Panucci Cathy & John Pelusi Mark Perrott~ Maureen D. Peszko Jean & Tom Peterson The Platt Family Foundation Major General Gale S. Pollock


B. A. Sunil and Nita Wadhwani, Eugenia and Robert Friedlander, Kristina and Peter Gerszten B. Chip and Weasey Babst and Sue and Mark Gleason C. Hal and Diane Waldman with Ashley Brown (center)


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DONORS continued

Christine & Mark Popovich Barbara & Malcolm Prine* Mr. & Mrs. Frederick Quinn Nancy & Bill Rackoff Joan & Roger Raulin K. Oliver Rea Mr. & Mrs. W. Franklin Reed Janet & William Reeves Dr. & Mrs. Douglas J. Reiss Mr. James H. Rich Karen & Pierce Richardson Ms. Letitia E. Rieck Mr. & Mrs. Robert W. Riordan Marilyn & Mitchell Roberts Donald & Sylvia Robinson Family Foundation Susan & Jerry Robinson Stephen G. Robinson Dick Rocereto^ Sharon & James E. Rohr Greta & Art Rooney II Joyce & Eugene Root* Caryn Rubinoff & Craig Dunham Louisa & Jim Rudolph Mr. & Mrs. Frank Ruscetti Ruttenberg Family Matthew Schnierle Pamela L. Schoemer Mr. & Mrs. K. George Schoeppner Elizabeth & Charles Schumacher Susan Schwochau & John Delaney Sharon Semenza & William Robinson Christine & Duane Seppi* Carole & Mark Shepard Darla & Jaimie Shores Gail Janet Shumway Pat & Alan Siger* James A. Sims Anna Singer & Donald Kortlandt Mr. & Mrs. Daniel B. Smith, Sr.

Lynn & Joe Smith Patricia & Wallace Smith Mrs. Alice R. Snyder~ W. P. Snyder III Charitable Fund Judith L. Wolfe & John H. Soffietti, M.D. Mr. & Mrs. James C. Stalder The Honorable & Mrs. William L. Standish Jocelyn & Mark Steele Jane Steiner Caroline Hartwell Stewart Laurie Stewart Rose & William Strickland* Vincent J. M. Stunja Diane & Regis Synan Shelley & James Taylor Mr. & Mrs. Robert C. Todd, Jr. Carol A. Word & William E. Trueheart Danielle & Brian Uffelman Lorene & Denis M. Vinski Laurie Vota Fair & Kenneth Fair Iris Amper Walker Ansley S. Westbrook II~ Ruth Westerman & J. Robert Myers* Rebecca J. White Mr. & Mrs. Ted Wilkes Amy & Greg Winokur Mary Jo Winokur Mr. & Mrs. Alfred W. Wishart, Jr. J. Andrew Wolfinger* Kathryn Pruss Zeltwanger & Andrew Zeltwanger

Lead Partners $500 to $999 Anonymous (4) Deborah Acklin Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Angerman Phyllis M. & David J. Armstrong Mark Arnold Mrs. Ruth Z. Bachman Ms. Natalae R. Barko Marielle & Gerald Bartolomucci Liz Witzke-Baum & Allen Baum

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Douglas Bentz* Debbie & William Boyd* Robert N. Brand Albert H. Burchfield III Linda & Timothy Burke Doug Cardiff Connie & Michael Cesario^ Sally H. Childs Christine & Howard Cohen Sandra E. Como Jennifer Owen & Cory Cope Veronica Corpuz Paul Del Bianco Dinah M. Denmark & Alice Greene Rev. John V. Di Bacco, Jr. The Diandreth Family^ Mary Ann & Charles R. Dotchin Christopher M. Evans Charles E. Felix & Roger P. Guzik James R. Fister Pamela & Marc Fleming The James A. & Ruth O. Frank Philanthropic Fund of the United Jewish Federation Kevin Gennuso Sheri Giger & Kevin Miller Mrs. Olive Lee Gilliand Mr. & Mrs. Paul Giusti Wayne Goodworth The Rita J. Gould Philanthropic Fund of the United Jewish Federation Marc H. Graham Christopher Hahn Natalie Taaffe Hoffman~ Debra & Jason Honkus~ Lynne & Blair Jacobson* Marilyn & Don Jenkins Renee & Tom Kaminski Sandi Lam Betty L. Lamb Marcia Kurs-Lasky & Steve Lasky

Gail & Tom Litwiler Rachel & Jeffrey Lizik Mr. & Mrs. Howard M. Love David J. Malone Louis Martin III Heather & Rob Masterson Mrs. Helen F. Mathieson Jay McCann Ruth Anne Mewhirter Lorene Murawsky Gregory Murman Tammy L. Nelson Nan & David Newell^ Lisa Newman June & David Nimick Karen Oberg Mr. & Mrs. Patrick M. O’Donnell Sharon Roseman & Paul Palevsky Nancy & Jim Peters Lynn H. & Jay Rayvid* Karen & Thomas Reinecke Allison Ruppert & Rob Conroy Jared J. Sadowski Diane Samuels & Henry Reese David M. Savard Karen Scansaroli Cindy & Kim Schappert Melissa & Kevin Scheffler Jeffrey Schutzeus & Carl Ward Dr. Jennifer & Mr. Michael Scotto Amy & Sean Sebastian Sarah & Robert Shaffer Suzanne & Richard Sieber Jimmi Sue & Matthew Smith Teresa Svidro* Patricia & William Swank Dianne M. Swart* The Paul Thompson Family^ Nancy & John Traina Betsy & Gary VanSickle James L. Vesely Sally Wade Judyann Walker Maranne P. Welch^ Melanie Werner

Hollis Garfield Wiggins & Albert M. Wiggins, Jr. Marlene & John Yokim James & Marian Zalenka Levi Zimmerman & David Regel

Sponsoring Partners $250 to $499 Anonymous (21) Mr. & Mrs. Otto W. Abraham Cynthia & Richard Abrams Donna M. Aiello Lori Albright Kim & Bill Alexander Lisa Allen Beverly A. Antis Mr. & Mrs. Henry H. Armstrong Donald B. Arnheim Tammy Aupperle Terry & Steven Bachenheimer Emily Balawejder Tingle & Richard Barnes Janet & Leonard Bass Jacqueline Bauer^ Luann & Dan Berkley The Sanford S. & Patricia G. Berman Philanthropic Fund of the United Jewish Federation Mark M. Blatter, M.D. Amanda & Ben Boggio Pamela M. Bonaventura Charlotte & David Borland Cynthia C. Bracken Peggy & Bill Bresnahan Alan M. Brown Nancy & John Brownell William O. Burchinal Drs. Maria Simbra & Jeffrey Burket JoAnne E. & Jack L. Burley Dr. Stuart S. Burstein Esther L. Bush Robert D. Caldwell Julia & Andrew Carlson Alisa Carr & David Kitzinger^

Beatrice & Don Carter Lori & John Cecil Robin Ziegler & Clifford Chen Crystal Christophe^ Dr. & Mrs. Albert E. Chung Cipriani & Werner PC Susan B. Clancy Mimi Frey & Bruce R. Connelly* Bobbi & Alan Cumo Erin & Ted Curran^ Angela & Edward Cymbalak Randi & L. Van V. Dauler, Jr. Cornelia Davis, Ph.D. Mr. & Mrs. Stanford P. Davis Linda & Lynn DeHaven Kathy & Sam DiBiase Diesel Construction June & Barry Dietrich Beth DiGregorio Anita DiPaolo Mary Ellen DiPasquale Judith & Gary Diven Dr. & Mrs. Steven G. Docimo Daniel P. Duffy Mr. & Mrs. Conrad N. Dutchner Deborah & Dean Eckenrode Marilyn & Robert Egan Mr. & Mrs. Robert B. Egan Erin Ehrlich Terry Engel Jennifer & Evan Facher Bob Fadden David C. Fadeley II Janet & Dave Fawcett Mrs. Orlie S. Ferretti & Carli Fran & Fred Fetterolf Jackie & John Fibbi The Honorable Nora Barry Fischer & Dr. Donald R. Fischer Charles H. Fletcher, Jr. Christopher Fox & Shaun Tomaszewski Marion & Rodney Francis Rita A. & Carl B. Frankel Mark C. Freeman Sue Ellen & Leonard Ganz^ Adrienne Garvin & Scott Anderson Cathy & Kenneth Glick

Howard R. Goldberg Dr. & Mrs. Irving M. Golding Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Goulding Rick Gray Nancy & David Green Marjorie C. Greenberger* Dodi Walker Gross Louis Grossman & Thomas Thomas Tricia & Bob Hammel Janice & Neil Harrison Robin G. & Steven S. Hausman Mary & Walter Henricks^ Alysia & Robert Hoyt Ginny & Peter Hutchinson Jeff Irwin Mrs. Linda Jakubec^ Mr. & Mrs. Richard A. Johnson Michelle & Keith Johnston Hannah & Marvin Kamin Ellen Teri Kaplan Goldstein & Michael Goldstein* The Karas Family John Karduck Elaine Velisaris Keim Denice & John Kelly Msgr. Kurt Kemo David Dan Kennedy Lynn & Milton Klein Renee Arturo & Geb Kleiner Linda Kortlandt Sherry & Peter Kyne Amy Jo Labi-Carando & Peter Carando James Laffey Ann & Rick Landesberg Marilyn & Earl Latterman Synergy Financial JoEllen & Fred Leech Janet Lewis Nancy R. Lewis Penina & Marvin Lieber Dr. Ronald & Mrs. Judith Linaburg

Susan Lipsitz Steve & India Loevner Edwin M. Lohrer III Kelly M. & Dennis C. Long Meridee & David Lowry Mo & Kevin Lynn^ Jennifer & Ron Lytle John K. Maitland Jocelyn Malik & Thomas Link The Malinak Family Carol Robinson & Jeffrey Markel Jan Markewinski Janet & Bob McCartney Jan & Dennis McGlone Cheryl & Daniel McKenna Moddy & Dave McKeown Lauren & Thom McLeod Dr. & Mrs. Dennis McNamara Leisa McNamee Melissa McSwigan & Robert Raczka Mr. & Mrs. Donald W. Meredith Helen & David Meyer Mr. & Mrs. Roger F. Meyer Mr. & Mrs. James B. Miller Terence E. Moore, M.D. Betty & John Moraca Janie & Edward Moravitz Amanda Morel^ Laurie S. Moser* Dr. & Mrs. Etsuro K. Motoyama Mwiyeria Ngare & Mucuha Muigai William N. Mullane, Jr. Susan D. Mullen John T. Mumper Joseph Muscatello Bernita & Brad Myers Wendy Naman Carolyn & Linn Noah Lois & Charles Norton Diane & Tom O’Connor* Dee Jay Oshry & Bart Rack* Elliott S. Oshry Dana A. & John G. Parks Richard Parsakian* Penny Mateer & Randy Pearson

Marcy & Jim Pearson Nicole & Rugwed Phatak Mark T. Phillis* Pittsburgh History & Landmarks Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Raymond M. Planinsic^ Myrna H. Pollock & Charles N. Strotz* Dorothy & Neal Pollon & Family Joseph Ponko Mark R. Power Jody Ramey Norman C. Ray Trust Gail S. & James J. Restivo Edward Rice John Ricker Kim & Rick Roadarmel Lorraine & Philip Roberts Reid B. Roberts Mavis & Norman Robertson Elin & James Roddey Marina & Robert Rodi Bette & Howard Rom Linda & James Rosenbloom Dr. & Mrs. Wilfred T. Rouleau Dr. & Mrs. Paul Rowland Rust Foundation Mr. Russell B. Salminen Linda & Barton Schachter JoAnn & John Schlotterer Dr. & Mrs. Joel Schuman Debbie & Anthony Scotto Neil J. Seaman Mary J. Seghi Pauline R. Semans Dolores Senanis Myrna & Lee Silverman Phyllis & Steve Silverman Nancy Simpronio & Charles Culbertson Moira & Jim Singer Sara L. Sjoberg Timothy C. Smith Mr. & Mrs. Edgar M. Snyder

Arlene & Barry Sokolow Barbara & Gary Sorensen Vivian M. Spratt Sheila & Stephen Stagnitta Shirley & Sidney Stark, Jr. Heather & Jamie Stover Thea & Dick Stover Patricia Sunseri Margaret E. Svidro* Sharon Linette Sweeney Donna Talerico Mr. & Mrs. William R. Taxay Jennifer Teeter Terry in Avalon~ Dori & Ed Thaner Ann E. Thompson, M.D. TLC Pet Resort Allison & Stephen Tomko Dr. & Mrs. Lee E. Trachtenberg^ Danielle Vaughn Sybil & Pete Veeder Marilyn & Joseph Vettorazzi Marla & Greg Vroegindewey^ Janis Warren Pam & Larry Watters Dot & Marvin Wedeen Helene Weinraub & Geoff Clauss* Mr. & Mrs. Thomas L. Wentling, Jr. Mrs. Louis A. Werbaneth Roger C. Westman* Barbara L. Widdoes Weston L. Williams Colette & Jerome Woodling Marlene & John Yasinsky Jennie Yates Yoga Innovations Mr. & Mrs. Robert Young Pat & Dennis Zerega Sallie J. Zoerb


A. Ann Koutsavlis, Erin Maidman, Christy Brodbeck, Mackenzie Mosher and Robin Bunch with Kyle Beltran at the In the Heights cast party B. Susan Baker Shipley and Rich and Sue Kapusta C. Crystal Christophe (center) with cast members at Young Frankenstein cast party


$249 & under More than 6,000 gifts were made at this level. While space does not allow us to list each individually, this support is invaluable and we wish to express our deep appreciation to those generous donors. Thank you!


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DONORS continued

Honorarium and Memorial Gifts

In honor of Lilyana G. Neal by Julie C. Neal

In Memory Of

In memory of Alice Kerner by Kurt Kerner

In honor of Gabriel Negri by G. Bryan Briggs

In memory of Cletus R. Anderson by Barbara Anderson

In honor of Rona Nesbit by Anne D. Mullaney+ & Judge Maurice B. Cohill, Jr.

In memory of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Assad, Jr. by Anonymous

In Honor Of

In recognition of Lisa Newman for her volunteer work by Highmark

In memory of Bob & John Brannigan by Pat Brannigan Doherty

In honor of Jane Arkus on her birthday by Toto and Jim Fisher

In honor of Paul Organisak by Marjorie C. Greenberger

In memory of Michael & Anna Bronowicz by Amy Bronowicz

In honor of her husband Dr. Amilcare Biancheria by Shirley Biancheria

In honor of Bernard Robin’s 80th Birthday by Susan & Leonard Young

In memory of Stanley V. Mickens by Velvet Mickens

In memory of Charles Burke by Bob Sass

In memory of Anna E. Miller by Barbara Janicky

In honor of Lisa Bittner by Tamara Maximovich

In honor of Ellie Rubin’s birthday by Edith & Bernard Robin

In memory of Edith & Anthony Cilia, Sr. by Elizabeth A. Cilia

In memory of Anna E. Miller by Alise Nalepa

In honor of Ellie Rubin’s birthday by Lois R. Weintraub

In memory of Lois A. Cricks by Bob Sass

Endowment Gifts In honor of the Gabe Rubin Student Performance Fund by the Rubin Family

In honor of Aubrey & Lance by Mary Ellen DiPasquale In honor of Toto & Jim Fisher by Claire Wapinsky In honor of Natalie Generalovich by Thomas Generalovich In honor of Mary Anne & Hoddy Hanna’s 40th Anniversary by Catherine & Mark Loevner In honor of Richard (Dickey) Lauth by Debbie Sue Lauth Croyle In honor of Catherine Loevner’s birthday by Melinda & James Edwards In honor of Catherine & Mark Loevner by The Cinderella Women’s Committee

In honor of Ellie Rubin’s birthday by Susan & Leonard Young In recognition of Marleen Suess for her volunteer work by H. J. Heinz Company In honor of Lorene Vinski by George Greer In honor of Lorene Vinski by Nancy & Milton Washington In honor of Diane & Hal Waldman by Melinda & James Edwards In honor of Diane & Hal Waldman by Catherine & Mark Loevner

In honor of J. Kevin McMahon by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Western Pennsylvania Chapter

In memory of Mary Margaret Evans by Judith & Steven Thomas In memory of Richard C. Flaherty by Patricia M. Flaherty In memory of Stewart M. Flam by Karen Flam In Loving Memory of Michael Grzymkowski by Veronica Corpuz & Nicholas Grzymkowski In memory of Michael Grzymkowski by Selma B. & C. Leon Sherman

In memory of Frances & James Maloney by Kimberly Maloney In memory of Rosaline Mays by Wanda Durham

In memory of Robert H. Olinger by Anonymous In memory of Jean Rossman by Ann Ungar In memory of Gabe Rubin by Elinor B. Rubin In memory of Sahbaka by Kimberly Maloney In memory of Dr. Kuldeep Sehgal by Vitasta Bazaz & Sheen Sehgal In memory of Diana Teresa Senoski by Lowell G. Vincent In Memory of Janet Shumway by Gail Janet Shumway In memory of Betty Silverman by Bob Sass

In memory of Rodger Henderson by Andrew Homyak

In memory of Sylvia Snow by Linda & Barton Schachter

In memory of Joanne Hyland by Cassie Hyland

In memory of her mother, Elizabeth H. Spinnenweber by Lynn Nelson

In memory of Patricia & Joseph Janicky by Barbara Janicky In memory of Patricia & Joseph Janicky by Joy Salerno In memory of Carol A. Joseph by Amy Van Winkle & David Joseph

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In memory of Edwin M. Lohrer, Jr. by Edwin M. Lohrer, III

In memory of Marc L. Sternberger by K. Susan Sternberger In memory of Jeanne Zborowski by Ronald Zborowski

The Legacy Society Anonymous (3) Jane C. Arkus John Bauerlein Allen Berkman+ Dolores M. Bold+ B. Jean Brown William O. Burchinal Thaddeus J. Clements Dr. & Mrs. Richard L. Cohen Sharon Cornely Robert Dickey+ Katrin & Eugene Engels Edith H. Fisher Mimi Frey & Bruce R. Connelly Ward L. Garner Jane Z. Haskell Jackie & Harley Jones Virginia Kaufman Phyllis K. Kokkila Raymond Krotec+ Erna Landsberger+ Mrs. Lenny Litman Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Malnati Helen & Stuart McMurray+ Barbara Sachnoff Mendlowitz Terry O’Connor Beverly & Robert Ontolchik Jeffrey Lawrence Pollock, Esq. Richard E. Rauh Mallory & Bill Ries Elinor B. Rubin Virginia W. Schatz Nancy Schepis Selma B. & C. Leon Sherman Mr. & Mrs. Christian M. Snavely Jack Stabile Beverly & Michael Steinfeld Cecyl & Murray Thaw Shirley Tucker Ann Ungar Marvin Wedeen

Corporate, Foundation & Public Support Leadership Circle $100,000 & above Allegheny Regional Asset District Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation*~ Cohen & Grigsby Colcom Foundation~ Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development^~ Dollar Bank~ Eden Hall Foundation First Commonwealth Financial Corporation* Giant Eagle Foundation & Giant Eagle, Inc.*^~ The Heinz Endowments^~ Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Pennsylvania Council on the Arts^~ The Pittsburgh Foundation~ PNC Foundation Richard King Mellon Foundation^~

Founder’s Circle $50,000 to $99,999 BNY Mellon^~ Broadway Across America Duquesne Light Company^ EQT Corporation & Equitable Gas Company^ First Niagara The Grable Foundation^~ UPMC & UPMC Health Plan Peoples Natural Gas

Chairman’s Circle

Patron’s Circle

$25,000 to $49,999

$5,000 to $9,999

$2,500 to $4,999

Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney PC Citizens Bank^ Eat’n Park Hospitality Group Eaton Corporation FISA Foundation H. J. Heinz Company Foundation Laurel Foundation McKesson Automation, Inc. Mondriaan Foundation United States Steel Corporation

Babst, Calland, Clements & Zomnir, P. C. Bank of America/ Employees of Merrill Lynch Western Pennsylvania The William Brown Foundation, Inc. Consolidated Communications Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, LLC Frank B. Fuhrer Wholesale Company The Henry E. Haller, Jr. Foundation IBM Corporation Morton’s The Steakhouse Nemacolin Woodlands Resort New England Foundation for the Arts* Oxford Development Company Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School^ Philadelphia Indemnity Insurance Company Port Authority of Allegheny County~ Reed Smith LLP^ Ron Foth Advertising~ Ryan Memorial Foundation Schneider Downs & Co., Inc. UBS Financial Services University of Pittsburgh^

The Estate of Beatrice K. Compton^ big Burrito Restaurant Group BilkeyKatz Investment Consultants, Inc. Fair Oaks Foundation Fifth Third Bank Fiserv SourceOne Flaherty & O’Hara, P.C. Henry L. Hillman Foundation Mary Hillman Jennings Foundation Koppers Industries, Inc. Lidia’s Italy L. Robert Kimball & Associates, Inc. Langholz Wilson Ellis, Inc. LANXESS Corporation Marsh USA Inc. The New York Times~ Pittsburgh Steelers RTI International Metals, Inc. Shadyside Honda^ Trigate Incorporated Robert S. Waters Charitable Trust WTW Architects

President’s Circle $10,000 to $24,999 ALCO Parking Corporation Allegheny Technologies, Inc. Ayers Foundation Bessie F. Anathan Charitable Trust Andersen Windows The Buhl Foundation^~ Champion Windows of Pittsburgh~ CONSOL Energy County of Allegheny Direct Energy Business DJP Entertainment~ Federated Investors First National Bank The Frank E. Rath – Spang & Company Charitable Trust Gutter Helmet Systems~ Hefren-Tillotson, Inc. Roy A. Hunt Foundation James M. & Lucy Schoonmaker Foundation KPMG LLP Levin Furniture Massey Charitable Trust Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation*^ Norfolk Southern Railway Company W.I. Patterson Charitable Fund~ Pittsburgh Mailing PPG Industries Foundation

Premiere Circle

* Also donates to Pittsburgh Dance Council ^ Also donates to Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater ~ Also donates to Three Rivers Arts Festival

The Cultural District welcomes more than 2,000,000 visitors annually because of your generous support of The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust. Find out how you can get the most benefits by supporting the Trust: • Phone: Heather Masterson 412-471-3519

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• Email: • Online: Everything that The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust makes happen in the Cultural District is made possible thanks to you!

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BOARDS & COMMITTEE MEMBERS 2010 Board of Trustees Kenneth R. Melani, Chair J. Kevin McMahon, President & CEO Charles E. Bunch, Vice Chair Charles J. Queenan, Jr., Vice Chair Carolyn D. Duronio, Treasurer Deborah L. Acklin Jane C. Arkus Suzanne W. Broadhurst Jill M. Brodbeck Charles R. Burke, Jr. Esther L. Bush Carolyn M. Byham Aris S. Candris Donald K. Carter Ronald R. Davenport, Jr. George A. Davidson, Jr. Steven G. Elliott Steven F. Feinstein Sylvia V. Fields Audrey Hillman Fisher Edith H. Fisher Karen S. Flam Murry S. Gerber Michael H. Ginsberg George C. Greer Ira J. Gumberg Joseph C. Guyaux Edward H. Harrell Darlene M. Harris William E. Hunt Scott D. Izzo Paul R. Jenkins• Peter F. Mathieson Kenneth C. McCrory

Jeffrey L. Morby Grant Oliphant Dan Onorato Luke Ravenstahl P. Jerome Richey James E. Rohr• Caryn B. Rubinoff Cynthia D. Shapira Selma B. Sherman Richard P. Simmons Shelley M. Taylor William E. Trueheart H. Woodruff Turner Hilary S. Tyson Thomas J. Usher Thomas L. VanKirk Sunil Wadhwani Aaron Walton Nancy D. Washington Michael Watson• Alfred W. Wishart, Jr.• • Lifetime Trustee

Executive Committee Kenneth R. Melani, Chair J. Kevin McMahon Jane C. Arkus Charles E. Bunch Carolyn D. Duronio Steven F. Feinstein Edith H. Fisher George C. Greer Charles J. Queenan, Jr. Thomas L. VanKirk Sunil Wadhwani Nancy D. Washington

Founding President and CEO Carol R. Brown

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Pittsburgh Dance Council Advisory Board

First Night® Pittsburgh Advisory Board

Selma B. Sherman, Chair Thaddeus J. Clements, Vice Chair Debra Tanner Abell Edwin H. Beachler, III Doug Bentz Carolyn M. Byham R. Yvonne Campos Marjorie C. Greenberger Edward H. Harrell Daniel J. Lebish Pamela McCrory Susan B. McIntosh J. Kevin McMahon Janice M. Meade Christine Navarro Richard Parsakian Christine Probert Duane Seppi Nancy Simpronio Kenneth E. Spruill, Jr. Rose Strickland Dianne Swart Hilary S. Tyson Hal Waldman Ruth Westerman J. Andrew Wolfinger

Kenneth C. McCrory, Chair Andy Ai Aaron Billger John R. Bonassi Mark Broadhurst Marilyn Coleman Michael Fetchko Connie George Edward Harrell Peter Kope Angie Longo Susan McIntosh J. Kevin McMahon Barbara McNees Alexis Miller Tony Mowod Scott Neill Todd Palcic Hon. William Peduto James Roddey Angela Seals Marcie Solomon Tina Thomson Jamee Todd Joseph Vallarian Jack Wagner

Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater Advisory Board Karen Flam, Chair Sue Ellen Ganz, Vice Chair Amanda Morel, Secretary Dick Rocereto, Treasurer Roy Arnold Bridgett Bates Alice Beckett-Rumberger Lawrence M. Berger Marcia G. Brent Alisa N. Carr Ted Curran Tamara Goldbogen MJ Graves Jeff Gregos Michele Heryford Tony Joseph Von Keairns J. Kurt Kerner Bill Lafe J. Kevin McMahon David Newell Kenny Powell Darlene Pruszynski Barbara Russell Beth Winland

Three Rivers Arts Festival Advisory Board Deborah L. Acklin, Chair Richard Sieber, Vice Chair Alice R. Snyder, Vice Chair Renee Aldrich—Ex-Officio Miranda Berner John R. Bonassi Casey Cassioli Estelle Comay Frank Dermody— Ex-Officio Robert M. Frankel Natalie Taaffe Hoffman Alysia Hoyt Lynn Lebowitz J. Kevin McMahon Vanessa Sica Lynn M. Smith Beth Wainwright Ansley S. Westbrook, II Jake Wheatley, Jr.— Ex-Officio William P. Widdoes, Jr.

Institutional Development Advisory Committee Edith H. Fisher, Chair Jill M. Brodbeck, Vice Chair Jane C. Arkus Chester R. Babst Ellen Still Brooks Shawn K. Butler George A. Davidson, Jr. Carolyn D. Duronio George C. Greer Phyllis K. Kokkila Susan B. McIntosh Susan McLaughlin J. Kevin McMahon Kelly K. Price W. Franklin Reed William C. Ries Robert F. Sass Selma B. Sherman Merrill P. Stabile Laurie J. Vota Sunil Wadhwani

Circles Board

Corporate Circles Board

Audit Committee

Chester R. Babst, Co-Chair Jill M. Brodbeck, Co-Chair Ann Averback Mary Louise Babst Vitasta Bazaz Phyllis Bertok Karen and Glenn Buterbaugh Mimi and Jerry Davis Susan Gleason Nanette and Ira Gordon Susan Greenspan and Neil Resnick Phyllis K. Kokkila Sally M. Levin Sheryl Linck Catherine Loevner Kathleen Majewski Douglas McAdams Pam and Ken McCrory Janice and Ernest Meade Amy and Mark Mendicino Barbara Mendlowitz Thomas R. Moore Ronna Nagin Theresa and Cliff Pinsent Cindy Potter William C. Ries Louisa Rosenthal Robert F. Sass Pamela Schoemer Carole and Mark Shepard Selma B. Sherman Steven Stepanian Thomas Sterling Richard J. Voller Susan S. Weiner Barbara and Bruce Wiegand Judy and John Woffington J. Andrew Wolfinger

W. Franklin Reed, Co-Chair Laurie J. Vota, Co-Chair Thaddeus J. Clements Tom Ennis Sean Ganoe Mark Goldberg Annie Hanna Engel Clyde B. Jones, III Deborah Kimball Robert Krizner Robert Lepre Jani Marie Lipps James Roddey Kaveri Subbarao Jerry Whitaker Wade Wilson

Steven Feinstein, Chair William E. Trueheart, Vice Chair Scott Izzo Paul R. Jenkins J. Kevin McMahon P. Jerome Richey Sunil Wadhwani Alfred Wishart, Jr.

Budget Committee Steven G. Elliott, Chair Aris Candris Ronald Davenport, Jr. Paul R. Jenkins J. Kevin McMahon Michael Watson

Programming Advisory Committee

Real Estate Development Advisory Committee

Jane C. Arkus, Chair Sylvester Damianos, Vice Chair Gary Carlough Angelo L. Ciotti Paul Glabicki J. Kevin McMahon Renee Piechocki Raymund B. Ryan Thomas Sokolowski Astria Suparak Thomas L. VanKirk Nancy D. Washington Michael Watson Jane Werner

Nancy D. Washington, Chair Hilary S. Tyson, Vice Chair Jane C. Arkus Marty Ashby Karla Boos Tracy Brigden Carol R. Brown Carolyn M. Byham Sylvia Fields Audrey Hillman Fisher Edith H. Fisher Phyllis Moorman Goode André Kimo Stone Guess Lisa Hoitsma Gerri Kay Ron Lindblom Cathy Lewis Long Sara Radelet Henry Reese Hilary Robinson Janet L. Sarbaugh Tom Sokolowski Janera Solomon Andrew Swensen Lawrence Tamburri Nita Wadhwani Maranne Welch

Thomas L. VanKirk, Chair Jane C. Arkus Henry Beukema Anthony Bucciero William R. Clarkson, Jr. Ronald R. Davenport, Jr. Dennis Davin Carolyn D. Duronio Michael Edwards Steven F. Feinstein Ira J. Gumberg Paul Hennigan William E. Hunt Scott D. Izzo Diane Kapsha Barry Lhormer J. Kevin McMahon Jason Matthews David G. Onorato P. Jerome Richey Caryn B. Rubinoff Janet Sarbaugh Gary Saulson Lisa Schroeder Aaron Stauber Rob Stephany Michael Watson

Shared Services Oversight Committee

Planned Giving Advisory Committee

Kenneth R. Melani, Chair George A. Davidson, Jr., Vice Chair Michele Fabrizi Harris N. Ferris Michael H. Ginsberg André Kimo Stone Guess Joseph C. Guyaux Christopher Hahn Van Kaplan J. Kevin McMahon Ted Pappas Janet L. Sarbaugh Richard P. Simmons Lawrence J. Tamburri Shelley M. Taylor Robert F. Vagt

Carolyn D. Duronio, Co-Chair Phyllis Kokkila, Co-Chair Charlotte Borland R. Michael Daniel Thomas Moore William Robinson Louisa Rosenthal

Facilities Advisory Committee

Partners Board Susan McLaughlin, Co-Chair Kelly K. Price, Co-Chair Mark Arnold Jimmi Sue Babcock-Smith Jack Brice Julia Carlson James Carter Sarah Linn Eddy Melissa Evans Mark Freeman Emily Galbreth Sheri Giger Katie Heinemann Douglas Kassab Benjamin Kelley Katherine Leech Suzanne Meyer Lisa Newman Carly Noel Scott Rainey Allison Ruppert Jared Sadowski Matthew Tolbert Helen Wylie David C. Zimmaro

District Design Advisory Committee

Finance Committee Carolyn D. Duronio, Chair Chip Burke, Jr., Vice Chair Ronald R. Davenport, Jr. George C. Greer Paul R. Jenkins J. Kevin McMahon

Nominating Committee Carolyn D. Duronio Edith H. Fisher George C. Greer Charles J. Queenan, Jr. Nancy D. Washington

Investment Committee Peter F. Mathieson, Chair Ronald R. Davenport, Jr. William Dietrich Carolyn D. Duronio Paul R. Jenkins Dwight Keating J. Kevin McMahon Jeffrey L. Morby

George A. Davidson, Jr., Chair Carolyn M. Byham, Vice Chair Cynthia Carrow Edward H. Harrell Paul R. Jenkins Van Kaplan Martin O’Brien Robert Olinger Joan Stein Nancy D. Washington

Marketing Advisory Committee Grant Oliphant, Chair Edward H. Harrell, Vice Chair Jane C. Arkus Bonnie Cersosimo Nancy Hrynkiw Fox Rick Landesberg Tinsy Lipchak Colleen Kalchthaler Ann McFadden Susan B. McIntosh J. Kevin McMahon Kelly K. Price Susan Santa-Cruz Judith Evans Thomas

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Patrons enjoying a performance at the Trust’s Byham Theater.

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STAFF The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust 2010 Staff

Shared Services


Ticketing Operations

Erin Ehrlich, Administrative Manager Janice Markewinski, Program Advertising Sales Administrator Elaine Nucci, Advertising Sales Manager

Benedum Center Dennis P. Curry, Chief Engineer Robert P. Flowers, Engineer Rick Jordan, Engineer Brett Melisko, Engineer

Albert C. Rodibaugh, Director Joi C. Brook, Group Sales Manager Pamela J. Cain, Assistant Group Sales Manager Sally Cain, Subscriptions Supervisor Rhonda Jones, Subscriptions Supervisor Ruth Anne Mewhirter, Subscriptions Manager Julie Neal, Ticketing Applications Manager James Parise, Event Settlement Manager Eric Thomas, Customer Service Manager

Real Estate Development Executive Office

General Administration

J. Kevin McMahon, President & CEO Rosemary Sirianni, Executive Assistant

Elaine Blye, Receptionist Wanda Durham, Receptionist

Education & Community Engagement

Brian Hathaway, Director Eric Sipple, Web Developer Justin Snair, Systems Administrator Michael Tiernan, Jr., Systems Administrator

Janis Burley Wilson, Vice President Tracy L. Edmunds, Senior Manager & Director of Education Center Programs Kathryn Heidemann, Senior Manager & Director of First Night Sonja Sweterlitsch, Manager of Community Art

Finance & Trust Administration Rona L. Nesbit, Executive Vice President Timothy Baum, Staff Accountant Benjamin Boggio, Senior Staff Accountant Sharon E. Bonner, Accounting Assistant MaryAnne Culleiton Payroll & Benefits Manager Mary Ellen DiPasquale, Administrative Assistant Casey Gnage, Finance Manager Linda Jakubec, Controller

Business Technology

Institutional Development Lorene D. Vinski, Vice President Nicholas Gigante, Director Richard Kepple, Assistant Manager, Foundation & Government Giving Emily Lasky, Assistant Manager, Special Projects Fundraising Jocelyn Malik, Manager, Foundation & Corporate Giving Heather Masterson, Assistant Manager, Individual Giving Jennifer Schooley, Development Associate

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Marketing & Communications

Rebecca J. White, Director

Marc L. Fleming, Vice President Veronica Corpuz, Public Relations Director Emily Balawejder, Multimedia Specialist Lauren Bracey, Public Relations & Marketing Manager Jamie Cuba, Show Marketing Manager Dinah M. Denmark, Publications Manager Courtney Mead, Graphic Designer Diana Roth Strong, Communications Coordinator

Theater Operations

Programming Paul J. Organisak, Vice President and Executive Director Pittsburgh Dance Council Pamela K. Liebermann, Manager of Children’s Theater Programming & Executive Director, Pittsburgh International Children’s Theater & Festival Randal Miller, Programming Associate

Visual Arts Programming Murray P. Horne, Curator, Wood Street Galleries George R. Dun, Gallery Attendant/Installer Kathryn Little, Curatorial Assistant

Eugene F. Ciavarra, Vice President Bruce Anderson, Volunteer Services Manager Jacob B. Bacharach, Operations Manager Bernard M. Bloom, Director of Production Robert Bollman, Cabaret Stage Technician Garrett Bryan Briggs, Production Manager Diane Hines, Production Manager Randall Kirk, Cabaret Manager Darcy Kucenic, Facilities Scheduling & Operations Manager, Arts & Education Venues John Mumper, Facilities Manager Leah Price, Assistant to the Cabaret Manager Nathan Ruger, Cabaret Closing Manager K. Susan Sternberger, Theater Services Director Ann Urwin, Operations Manager Danielle L. Wojtowicz, Assistant Food & Beverage Manager

Byham, Harris & O’Reilly Theaters Ronald R. Robison, Chief Engineer Todd Fedorek, Engineer Melvin T. Garland, Engineer Thomas Hatala, Engineer Jeffrey S. O’Laughlin, Engineer Robert B. Petty, Engineer

Technicians Benedum Center Kenneth R. Brannigan, Jr., Technician, Carpenter William E. Dennis, Technician, Electrical Christopher M. Evans, Technician, Sound Byham, Harris & O’Reilly Theaters Gregory Brooks, Technician, Sound Steven Schultz, Technician, Carpenter

Tessitura Daniel Hoffer, Director Patrick FitzGerald, Technical Project Analyst Rebecca Harriman, Development Associate Bonita Kwolek, Support Specialist Renee McCrea, Support Specialist Kelly Mednis, Documentation/Training Specialist Joseph Naperatz, SQL Data Analyst Nancy Sheleheda, Applications Administrator

Box Office Lawrence Doyle, Box Office Personnel James F. Meigel, Box Office Personnel Ronald J. Salera, Box Office Personnel Andrew Stowell, Box Office Personnel The Trust’s 2010 Staff Campaign was its most successful to date with a record 92% participation rate that raised $30,778 in support of our collective work in the Cultural District.

BNY Mellon Jazz presents JazzLive at the Trust’s Cabaret at Theater Square.

2010 Annual Report Photographers John Altdorfer Jason Cohn Kevin R. Cooke —Graule Studios Chuck Cooper Marc L. Fleming Joey Kennedy George Thomas Mendel Clif Page Martha Rial Larry Rippel Renee Rosensteel


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2010 Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Annual Report  
2010 Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Annual Report  

2010 Pittsburgh Cultural Trust Annual Report