Fatone, Indelicato, Gets, Lachey, Struthers Set for Pittsburgh CLO Summer Season

Single tickets to Pittsburgh CLO's 2010 Summer Season lineup that includes Oliver! (June 1-6), Miss Saigon (June 8-20), Curtains (June 22-27), The Producers (July 6-18), Hairspray (July 20-August 1) and The Student Prince (August 3-8) are now on sale. Patrons can purchase tickets online at pittsburghCLO.org, by calling 412-456-6666 or at the Theater Square Box Office. Tickets start at $20.50. Half-price tickets to select performances of Oliver! are available for children 3-14.

Pittsburgh CLO's 2010 Summer Season will feature the CLO premieres of three Tony® Award-winning musicals - Curtains, The Producers and Hairspray. This spectacular season will also include the highly anticipated return of Miss Saigon and dynamic new productions Oliver! and The Student Prince.

Joey Fatone

Mr. Fatone makes his Pittsburgh CLO debut as Franz Liebkind in The Producers. He is best-known for his work as a member of the band ’N Sync, which has sold more than 56 million records worldwide. In 2007, he finished second on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” and would go on to host “The Singing Bee” on NBC. He has appeared on Broadway in Little Shop of Horrors and Rent, as well as in the films “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” and “The Cooler.”

Malcolm Gets

Mr. Gets returns to Pittsburgh CLO as Lt. Frank Cioffi in Curtains. He previously appeared in the 2004 production of 1776 and the 2001 production of Company. Mr. Gets is best known for his role as Richard on the television series “Caroline in the City.” His Broadway credits include The Story of My Life, Passion, Dreamgirls, The Molière Comedies and Amour, for which he earned a Tony® nomination in 2003.

Mark Indelicato

Mr. Indelicato is making his Pittsburgh CLO debut as The Artful Dodger in Oliver!. He is best known for his role as Justin in ABC’s “Ugly Betty,” which just ended its four-year series run on April 14. The 15-year-old Philadelphia native began his career in several productions at the city’s Walnut Street Theatre.

Drew Lachey

Mr. Lachey makes his Pittsburgh CLO debut as Corny Collins in Hairspray. He is probably best known for winning ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” in 2006, along with his work in the pop group “98 Degrees,” which he joined in 2005 with his brother Nick. In addition to television appearances on “As the World Turns,” “Sabrina the Teenage Witch” and “Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica,” Mr. Lachey has appeared on Broadway in Rent and Monty Python’s Spamalot.

Sally Struthers 

Ms. Struthers returns to Pittsburgh CLO as Carmen Bernstein in Curtains. She was last seen in 2007’s The Full Monty and in the 2003 production of Annie. Among her hundreds of television, film and theater credits, she is best known for her Emmy®-winning portrayal of Gloria on the legendary television series “All in the Family.” On Broadway, Ms. Struthers appeared in Neil Simon’s female version of The Odd Couple and Wally's Café, as well as Tommy Tune's

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Tickets for Summer Season 2010
Pittsburgh CLO offers family-affordable and flexible season ticket packages to fit even the busiest summer schedule. See three shows for as little as $62 when you subscribe today.

Full and partial Season Subscriptions are now available. The 6-Show Premium Series allows subscribers to see all six award-winning summer musicals. Flexible subscriptions also allow subscribers to design their own season. Subscribers can choose a 3-Show Subscription Series or the Fun-Flex Series which lets Subscribers choose three shows of their choice. A complete list of subscription options is available at pittsburghCLO.org. Subscriptions may be ordered online or by calling 412-281-2822. Pittsburgh CLO's 2010 Season also is the perfect outing for any social group. Groups of 10 or more should call the Group Sales Hotline at 412-325-1582 to learn more about special discounts and priority seating.

Pittsburgh CLO gratefully acknowledges the generosity of PNC for its sponsorship of the PNC Spotlight Series, our Season Sponsors: American Airlines, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and WTAE-TV, Giant Eagle for its sponsorship of select half-price children's tickets for Oliver! and BNY Mellon for its sponsorship of Curtains.

Since 1946, the Pittsburgh CLO has been the driving force behind live musical theater in Pittsburgh and the entire Southwestern Pennsylvania region. Under the direction of Van Kaplan, since 1997, this not-for-profit arts organization appreciates the support of nearly 200,000 patrons each year and produces a subscription series, educational programs, national tours and develops and invests in new works, including 11 Broadway shows (12 Tony® Awards) and currently Come Fly Away and The Addams Family. Its dedication to the musical theater art form extends to include such programs as the CLO Academy, the CLO Mini Stars, the Gene Kelly Awards, the Richard Rodgers Award the National High School Musical Theater Awards, the Construction Center for the Arts and the CLO Cabaret. PittsburghCLO.org

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