Black, White & Read All Over
Sunday, January 22, 2011, 2:00 p.m.
Carnegie Library Lecture Hall
4400 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Big Nate rules! Cartoonist/author Lincoln Peirce (pronounced "purse") has taken his rebellious sixth-grader, Big Nate, from the comic strip pages to his own series of books. Big Nate: In a Class by Himself is the first book in that series.
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Tickets purchased 7 days before the program will be held at Will Call on event day at the Library Lecture Hall.
Black, White & Read All Over is a family book series presented by Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures in partnership with Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh.
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The Carnegie Library Lecture Hall seats about 600 patrons, and is typically used as general admission, open seating. The central seats that are directly in front of the stage are accessible by aisles on both the left and right side in rows A though G, with row H having just 2 seats on each side, for 8 rows total. Rows A through G are 15 to 19 seats long. There is wheelchair seating in the first row on either end of the aisle. There is more seating in the upper level, with 9 rows lettered row A through J in 4 separate sections in a half-circle around the stage. The seating is accessible by a stairs on both the left and right sides.
This is a general admission event.
We'll select the best seats available according to your ticket choices.
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$8 each for groups of 5 or more. Call Pittsburgh Arts & Lectures to reserve group tickets, 412-622-8866.