Talk:Pittsburgh Public Theater

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In 1983 Pittsburgh Public Theater hired a new bar/concessions manager who generated enough revenue from two mobile concession stands within a seven month period to warrant closing the theater early that season in order to remodel the lobby into a fully functioning bar area. The Manager established bar policy and training methods that are still being utilized at the O'Reilly Theater today. Her photograph appeared in the local newspaper at the time for achieving such a feat. She also appeared in commercials for the theater. She operated the Pittsburgh Public Theater bar/concessions until 1986. What is her name and where is she today? (----)