There’s nothing like a night on the town—and though Pittsburgh has plenty to offer, if you want to catch a
drama, musical or concert performance, you should look into getting The O’Reilly
Theater tickets. This fabulous state-of-the-art venue has become the pride and joy of Pittsburgh’s theater patrons
because of its comfortable seating and the amazing shows it hosts.
Before there was the O’Reilly Theater, there was the Lyceum, one of Pittsburgh’s great vaudeville houses in
the ‘30s. Unfortunately, this treasure was lost in the 1936 St. Patrick’s Day flood. The O’Reilly was built
as the fourth theater project of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, erected on the same spot as the Lyceum and opened in 1999.
It cost nearly $25 million to build the O’Reilly Theater, which included a number of flashy amenities in its construction
that has given it the distinctive reputation it has. With 650 seats, state-of-the-art lighting, a thrust stage that’s
surrounded by the audience on three sides and more, there’s plenty of reason to invest in The
O’Reilly Theater tickets.