Grist from the Mill: 1902 | Carnegie Stage | Theater | Pittsburgh City Paper

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Grist from the Mill: 1902

“In one year in the early part of the 20th century, the deaths of 196 men in one southwestern Pennsylvania steel mill were the result of workplace accidents. This is the story of one that wasn’t.” So goes the ominous synopsis for Grist from the Mill: 1902, a new play at Carnegie Stage. Written and performed by Lissa Brennan, who has written for City Paper, and produced by Dog & Pony Show Theatricals, the show begins a trilogy of works inspired by “fairy tales and folk music, specifically Irish murder ballads which spoke of ugly events with considered beauty.”

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