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And you’ll walk across any territory, and any darkness, however fluid, and however dangerous to take the one hand and the one life, you know belongs in yours.
This Pittsburgh premiere debuted at the CLO Cabaret on May 11 and was originally scheduled to close August 13.
Tickets for all remaining performances are now on sale at CLOCabaret.com, by calling 412-456-6666 or visiting the Box Office at Theater Square.
His most recent Pittsburgh credits were as the fight director for PITT Stage’s Peter and the Starcatcher and City Theatre’s Hand to God.
Previous to that he choreographed violence for Chautauqua Theatre Company in upstate New York: Henry V; Romeo & Juliet; As You Like It.