'Catch Me If You Can' at Heinz Hall cancelled
Citing lower than expected ticket sales, the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra has cancelled plans to present the touring production of “Catch Me If You Can.”
The musical had been scheduled to run Dec. 26 to 30 at Heinz Hall, Downtown, as an offering of the symphony's Broadway at Heinz Hall series.
Those holding tickets for the Heinz Hall performances can arrange refunds by calling the box office at 412-392-4900.
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