Originally built in 1915 as the St. James School, The Gargaro Theater was rededicated via a Board of Directors gift in 2015 in honor of our Founding Artistic Director Kenneth V. Gargaro. This theatrical venue is an exciting new opportunity for Pittsburgh Musical Theater to explore the use of our new space including edgier, exciting titles for our adult audiences. Pittsburgh Musical Theater is thrilled about these new opportunities, and can't wait to continue entertaining you in our additional new home.
Multiple performances take place in The Gargaro Theater throughout the year, including our professional Rockin' West End Series shows, Rauh Conservatory student shows, and the student run and produced Tales and Treats Program.
The After Hours show is a late night feature that's daring, audacious, and gritty!
These shows may not be appropriate for younger audiences.