The ACFL&MH uses Brown Paper Tickets as it ticketing services. We do not have the organizational capacity to handle ticket sales ourselves.
We are thrilled with BPT’s service! All events are linked to their www.brownpapertickets.com website. For those of you who like the personal touch, you may call them at 1-800-838-3006, x. 1. They answer the phone 24/7 and will process your credit card order for you.
The ACFL&MH offers a discount for purchasing tickets in advance. It helps us plan for an event – an extra promotional push, volunteers, a post- performance, receptions, shuttle, etc. It also helps that audience members make a commitment to coming. There is no penalty for purchasing at the door: rather there is an incentive for purchasing in advance.
You can use BPT to purchase your tickets up to 6 hours before the performance to get the advance, discount price. There is a modest handling charge, still below the door price. Group rates (10 or more tickets may be arranged by calling 412-276-3456, x. 6).
Please use BPT. For those who still are uncomfortable using your credit card, you may get the advance price at the Library & Music Hall up to 48 hours before the performance.
December 9-18, 2016
The Carnegie Performing Arts Center, an ACFL&MH resident company, presents The Nutcracker!
Christmas time brings the magical dream of a little girl named Clara and her handsome Nutcracker Prince. Battling an evil Rat King and sledding through swirling snowflakes are just a few of the adventures leading them to their Candy Kingdom. Join Clara and her Prince in the holiday event of the season.
December 9-11, and 16-18. Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 2pm
Holiday concessions and raffle located in the Basement Studio before and after the event.
Tickets available at the door. $15 Adults, $12 Students and Seniors. Group rates also available, please call (412) 279-8887. www.carnegieperformingartscenter.com
ACFL&MH’s Second Civil War Symposium Takes Place March 18
2015 was the 150th anniversary of both the end of the Civil War and Abraham Lincoln’s death. Espy Post Curator Diane Klinefelter knew she had to pull out all the stops for such a milestone year, and developed the ACFL&MH’s first Civil War Symposium: Road to Appomattox. It wasn’t easy, but the 2015 Symposium was an unequivocal success. Asked by Road to Appomattox attendees if there would be a symposium the following year, Klinefelter demurred, but promised to consider a biennial event. The ACFL&MH’s second Civil War Symposium takes place Saturday, March 18. Rather than focus on a single overarching theme as the 2105 program did, Klinefelter has put together an eclectic roster of speakers, hoping to draw a diverse audience. The day’s programming is geared towards educators, historians and Civil War enthusiasts. “We will be going into more depth than we do with our annual April Civil War Living History Day,” said Klinefelter, “but we don’t want to scare anyone off. If you think you’re interested, give it a try.” Symposium speakers are: Julie Mujic, Ph.D., who holds a teaching position at Capital University in Columbus, Ohio. Daniel Welch serves as a seasonal ranger at Gettysburg National Military Park, previously served as Education Programs Coordinator for the Gettysburg Foundation, and now teaches in a public school in northeast Ohio. Kristopher D. White is Co-Founder and Chief Historian for “Emerging Civil War,” and a very popular returning speaker at the ACFL&MH. Eric J. Wittenberg is a lawyer and also a Civil War historian, blogger, speaker and battlefield preservationist, who has somehow found time to write nearly 20 books.
Click here for the complete program information or to register by mail. You may also register online by selecting the session option below. Full and half day registration for the ACFL&MH’s Civil War Symposium are available. Fees are $45 and $25 respectively.
Advanced registration is required. For additional information call Diane Klinefelter at 412-276-3456, x. 9.
The cello rock powerhouse featuring three cellists and a drummer, bring their original music to Carnegie Carnegie Hall. Their music combines the symphonic sounds of the cello with driving rock beats. Cellists Simon Cummings, Ben Muñoz and Nicole Myers along with drummer David Throckmorton unleash vitality and rhythmic drive in their music and dare to venture past classical expectations.
Connecting with artists across genres, Cello Fury has collaborated with dance companies, theater organizations, opera and orchestras as well as with rock bands and singer-songwriters.
If you heard their performance at the open house in 2015, you will want to come back for the full concert in February. We welcome Cello Fury back to Carnegie Carnegie Hall on Saturday, January 28 at 7:30 PM.
Advance $18, $25 at the door, Students with ID $10. Click here to purchase tickets.
May 12-22, 2016
Presented by ACFL&MH resident theater company, Stage 62, Assassins lays bare the lives of nine individuals who assassinated or tried to assassinate the President of the United States, in a one-act historical “revusical” that explores the dark side of the American experience. From John Wilkes Booth to Lee Harvey Oswald, writers Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman bend the rules of time and space, taking us on a nightmarish roller coaster ride in which assassins and would-be assassins from different historical periods meet, interact and inspire each other to harrowing acts in the name of the American Dream.
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim ; Book by John Weidman
Presented through special arrangement with Music theatre International (MTI).
Thu. to Sat. May 12-14 and 19-21 at 8 pm
Sun. Matinees May 15 and 22 at 2 pm
Tickets: Adults: $20, Students/Seniors: $15