42nd Street at Pittsburgh CLO 

Each number lifts you out of your seat

I caught Star Trek: Into Darkness the night before I saw the Pittsburgh CLO's production of 42nd Street and couldn't help comparing the two. Star Trek was OK, but I left thinking it was all green screen with stunt people in wire…

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