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O'Reilly Theater The O'Reilly Theater is a 650-seat theater building, opened on December 11, 1999, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Located at 621 Penn Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh's Cultural District, the O'Reilly Theater is actually a three-part building: The 65,000 square feet (6,000 m2) theater (with a 150-seat rehearsal hall), a large parking garage called Theater Square, and the adjacent 23,000 square feet (2,100 m2) Agnes R. Katz Plaza.[1] The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust built the new theater, designed by architect Michael Graves P.A.,[2] to create a downtown home for the Pittsburgh Public Theater theatrical company, as well as to create additional venues for theater, music, and other art performances. The O’Reilly venue features a thrust stage surrounded by the audience on three sides.[1] To pay for the $25 million cost of construction, gifts to the project included a naming gift in honor of Dr. Anthony O'Reilly from Mrs. Chryss O'Reilly and several current and past senior executives of the H.J. Heinz Company.[1] The building site of the Penn Avenue theater's history began in 1866 with the construction Mercantile Library Hall, a multipurpose library, lecture, and music hall. It evolved into the Bijou, Lyceum, Academy, and Variety, Pittsburgh's vaudeville houses, and then was razed and paved into a parking lot after the 1936 St. Patrick's Day flood.[1] The O’Reilly was built by Turner Construction Company,[3] opened on December 11, 1999, with the world premiere of King Hedley II, by the Pulitzer Prize winning playwright August Wilson.[1] See also Theatre in Pittsburgh References ^ a b c d e Special Report on the O'Reilly Theater. - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. - December 5, 1999. - Retrieved: May 23, 2006. ^ Bellon, K. - O'Reilly Theater, Pittsburgh PA: Michael Graves 1999. - Galinsky. - Retrieved: 2008-06-24 ^ Projects: O'Reilly Theater: Pittsburgh, PA. - Turner Construction Company. - Retrieved: 2008-06-24 External links O’Reilly Theater homepage Coordinates: 40°26′36″N 80°00′06″W / 40.4432°N 80.0016°W / 40.4432; -80.0016 v · d · ePittsburgh History · Culture · Neighborhoods · Notable people · Skyscrapers · Dialect · Transportation · Economy · Media  Government Airport · Conventions · City Hall · Courthouse · Mayor · Council · Events · InterGov · Police · D.A. · Sheriff · Fire · Libraries · Transit · Education · Regional  Largest Locally based Employers University of Pittsburgh Medical Center · Giant Eagle · WestPenn Allegheny Health · University of Pittsburgh · PNC Financial · BNY Mellon · FedEx Ground · Eat'n Park · Excela Health · Highmark · U.S. Steel · Carnegie Mellon · Westinghouse · Allegheny Technologies · Bayer USA · US Airways · Consol Energy · EDMC · PPG · Siemens · Dick's Sporting Goods · Allegheny Energy · Duquesne University · 1st Commonwealth Financial · AK Steel · H.J. 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