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May 10, 2004 - New Economy Night - June 3, 2004

Don't Miss the final New Economy Night of the 2003/2004 Season!
  Join FreeMarkets and Cool Tech for
New Economy Night
at Pittsburgh Public Theater
Enjoy a free pre-show happy hour, network with young professionals and stay for the theatrical event of the season, Mary Stuart.  Witness two magnificent actresses as they stake their claim to the throne in this epic production of Friedrich Schiller's masterpiece.  Lisa Harrow (Wit, Medea), as Queen Elizabeth I, and Deirdre Madigan (Much Ado About Nothing), as her rival, Mary, Queen of Scots, return to the Public to tackle two of the most challenging roles in their distinguished careers.  The extravagant world of 16th-century England is vividly portrayed in this no-holds-barred clash of political titans. This New Economy Night is sponsored by FreeMarkets ( 
When: Thursday, June 3, 2004 (Happy hour from 6 - 7:30 PM, performance at 8 PM)
Where: O'Reilly Theater, 621 Penn Avenue, Downtown. Happy hour is located in the rehearsal hall on the 3rd floor.
How: For happy hour, just show up, mingle and enjoy FREE hors d'oeuvres from The City Deli, FREE beverages from Pittsburgh Brewing Company, plus a full cash bar. To see the performance, purchase discounted tickets by calling Dana Fortun, Group Sales Manager, 412-316-8200, ext. 704. Discounted tickets are $34.30, $31.50, $25.20Theater-goers that are 26 and younger or full-time students can purchase tickets for just $12 per ticket. $12 tickets will be held at the door for valid ID.*
Tickets can also be purchased online at: 
Select a price level and the total # of tickets. Click continue. Adjust the # of "Adult" tickets to zero and increase the number of tickets marked "New Econ" or "Under 27" to the number you'd like to purchase. Click continue and complete the order.
Why: To meet some new people, see some old friends and experience THE THEATRICAL EVENT OF THE SEASON!
*All tickets will be held at the box office for pick-up on June 3. Please note, there is a $0.25 Cultural District fee per ticket not included in the price of all tickets purchased at The O'Reilly Theater. This includes tickets purchased in person at the box office.