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It's 'Forever Christmas' at the Byham Theater with Mark Milovats

Mary Pickels
| Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2017, 9:00 p.m.
Popular area showman Mark Milovats, shown here crooning with the Pittsburgh Parrot, will perform Nov. 25 at the Byham Theater.
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Popular area showman Mark Milovats, shown here crooning with the Pittsburgh Parrot, will perform Nov. 25 at the Byham Theater.
Mark Milovats will perform holiday favorites during his 'Forever Christmas' show at the Byham Theater on Nov. 25.
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Mark Milovats will perform holiday favorites during his 'Forever Christmas' show at the Byham Theater on Nov. 25.

International singer and entertainer Mark Milovats will bring his 20th annual holiday show, "Forever Christmas," to the Byham Theater, in Pittsburgh, at 7 p.m. Nov. 25.

Milovats is known for his soaring voice, his sense of humor and his showmanship.

His performance is expected to include a variety of songs from his "Just in Time for Christmas" CD as well as selections from his Latin and swing records, his Santa Belle Dancers, 16-piece orchestra, a classic holiday choir and some special guests, according to a news release.

Tickets are $43.25-$49.25.

Details: 412-456-6666 or trustarts.org

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