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1300 Bingham Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203

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Join the Dramatists Guild on Monday, June 13 from 6:30pm - 8:30pm EDT at the City Theatre Company for a night out to meet with other theatre writers and industry workers in the Pittsburgh community! This event is free and open for all to attend.


Pittsburgh co-Regional Reps, Mora Harris and TJ Young, will be joined by DG Executive Director of Creative Affairs, Emmanuel Wilson, and Director of Outreach & Institutional Relationships, Jordan Stovall, to kick off a busy week for the Pittsburgh creative community at the beginning of the 2022 TCG Conference.


We encourage anyone who might be in the Pittsburgh area with a passion for creating and/or supporting new writing for the stage to come out and meet other folks who are either local to Pittsburgh or visiting for the conference to connect with one another. 


This informal mixer will take place in the lobby of the City Theatre Company. All attendees will receive one drink token for their first wine, beer, well drink, or non-alcoholic beverage of choice from the theatre's cash bar compliments of the Dramatists Guild.


Feel free to spread the word to anyone who might find this useful, and we hope to see you there!


City Theatre Company Venue COVID-19 Requirements: All attendees will be asked to show proof of vaccination and wear masks in public areas when they are not eating or drinking. See their COVID Safety webpage for more information. 


Mora Harris, Pittsburgh Co-Regional Rep
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