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Flash!: PBT's Season Reveal party; Window Eye Candy

Mike Mancini | Tribune Review - CURTAIN CALL Jack Hawn, Scott Cunningham, Caroline Wilde and artistic director Terrance Orr were among the revelers at the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's 45th anniversary Season Reveal party on Feb. 12, 2014, at the Benedum Center. Trustees, donors and friends also were treated to a full dress rehearsal of 'Swan Lake' with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Orchestra.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>    Mike Mancini | Tribune Review</em></div>CURTAIN CALL Jack Hawn, Scott Cunningham, Caroline Wilde and artistic director Terrance Orr were among the revelers at the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's 45th anniversary Season Reveal party on Feb. 12, 2014, at the Benedum Center. Trustees, donors and friends also were treated to a full dress rehearsal of 'Swan Lake' with the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre Orchestra.
- EYE CANDY Bill Chisnell brought the windows of his Strip District showroom to life Feb. 14 with the help of Charly Swiger-Peterson and Samantha Miller (pictured). His unconventional approach, dubbed the Valentine’s Day Window Eye Candy Extravaganza, lured both ladies and gents inside his floral haven. Explained Chisnell, 'Valentine's Day is about love and flowers. I wanted to give Pittsburghers a chance to buy some beautiful flowers for their special someone, as well as providing something pretty for them to look at while they're doing so. It's a win-win for everyone!' A portion of the proceeds from the day’s sales benefited Bethlehem Haven.
EYE CANDY Bill Chisnell brought the windows of his Strip District showroom to life Feb. 14 with the help of Charly Swiger-Peterson and Samantha Miller (pictured). His unconventional approach, dubbed the Valentine’s Day Window Eye Candy Extravaganza, lured both ladies and gents inside his floral haven. Explained Chisnell, 'Valentine's Day is about love and flowers.  I wanted to give Pittsburghers a chance to buy some beautiful flowers for their special someone, as well as providing something pretty for them to look at while they're doing so.  It's a win-win for everyone!' A portion of the proceeds from the day’s sales benefited Bethlehem Haven.
Mike Mancini | Tribune Review - CURTAIN CALL Rich Fitzgerald and Harris Ferris during the PBT's 45th Anniversary Season Unveiling event at the Benedum on Wednesday, February 12, 2014.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Mike Mancini | Tribune Review</em></div>CURTAIN CALL Rich Fitzgerald and Harris Ferris during the PBT's 45th Anniversary Season Unveiling event at the Benedum on Wednesday, February 12, 2014.
Mike Mancini | Tribune Review - CURTAIN CALL Alexandra Kochis, Donna Weber, Christopher Budzynski and Amanda Cochrane during the PBT's 45th Anniversary Season Unveiling event at the Benedum on Wednesday, February 12, 2014.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Mike Mancini | Tribune Review</em></div>CURTAIN CALL Alexandra Kochis, Donna Weber, Christopher Budzynski and Amanda Cochrane during the PBT's 45th Anniversary Season Unveiling event at the Benedum on Wednesday, February 12, 2014.
Mike Mancini | Tribune Review - CURTAIN CALL Melanie and Jim Crockard during the PBT's 45th Anniversary Season Unveiling event at the Benedum on Wednesday, February 12, 2014.
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>Mike Mancini | Tribune Review</em></div>CURTAIN CALL Melanie and Jim Crockard during the PBT's 45th Anniversary Season Unveiling event at the Benedum on Wednesday, February 12, 2014.
- EYE CANDY Samantha Miller joins Bill Chisnell and Charly Swiger-Peterson outside his Downtown Pittsburgh showroom duing a special Valentine’s Day Window Eye Candy Extravaganza. February 14., 2014
EYE CANDY Samantha Miller joins Bill Chisnell and Charly Swiger-Peterson outside his Downtown Pittsburgh showroom  duing a special Valentine’s Day Window Eye Candy Extravaganza. February 14., 2014
john altdorfer | for the tribune-review - EYE CANDY Samantha Miller has a ball in a display window of the Bill Chisnell Productions showroom during Bill Chisnell’s Valentine’s Day Window Eye Candy Extravaganza in Downtown Pittsburgh. February 14., 2014
<div style='float:right;width:100%;' align='right'><em>john altdorfer | for the tribune-review</em></div>EYE CANDY  Samantha Miller has a ball in a display window of the Bill Chisnell Productions showroom during Bill Chisnell’s Valentine’s Day Window Eye Candy Extravaganza in Downtown Pittsburgh. February 14., 2014
- EYE CANDY Samantha Miller has a ball in a display window of the Bill Chisnell Productions showroom during Bill Chisnell’s Valentine’s Day Window Eye Candy Extravaganza in Downtown Pittsburgh. February 14., 2014
EYE CANDY Samantha Miller has a ball in a display window of the Bill Chisnell Productions showroom during Bill Chisnell’s Valentine’s Day Window Eye Candy Extravaganza in Downtown Pittsburgh. February 14., 2014
- EYE CANDY Samantha Miller joins Bill Chisnell and Charly Swiger-Peterson outside his Downtown Pittsburgh showroom duing a special Valentine’s Day Window Eye Candy Extravaganza. February 14., 2014
EYE CANDY Samantha Miller joins Bill Chisnell and Charly Swiger-Peterson outside his Downtown Pittsburgh showroom  duing a special Valentine’s Day Window Eye Candy Extravaganza. February 14., 2014
- EYE CANDY Samantha Miller has a ball in a display window of the Bill Chisnell Productions showroom during Bill Chisnell’s Valentine’s Day Window Eye Candy Extravaganza in Downtown Pittsburgh. February 14., 2014
EYE CANDY Samantha Miller has a ball in a display window of the Bill Chisnell Productions showroom during Bill Chisnell’s Valentine’s Day Window Eye Candy Extravaganza in Downtown Pittsburgh. February 14., 2014

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