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The Benedum Center was built as the Stanley Theater in 1927 at a cost of $3 million and opened on February 27, 1928. On September 25, 1987, after a $43 million restoration was completed, the Stanley re-opened as the Benedum Center for the Performing Arts. It was named in honor of the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation, which made the largest contribution toward the restoration of the theater. The proud cornerstone of Pittsburgh's Cultural District, this 2,800-seat Benedum Center for the Performing Arts is home to the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Pittsburgh Dance Council, Pittsburgh Ballet Theater and the Pittsburgh Opera, as well as first-run Broadway touring productions.

Benedum Merkezi Lobisi

Benedum Merkezi 3 milyon dolar bir maliyetle 1927 yılında Stanley Tiyatrosu olarak inşa edilmiş ve 27 Şubat 1928 tarihinde açılmıştır. Stanley 25 Eylül 1987 tarihinde, 43.000.000 $lık bir restorasyon tamamlandıktan sonra Benedum Sahne Sanatları Merkezi olarak yeniden açıldı. Tiyatronun restorasyonuna en büyük katkıyı veren Claude Worthington Benedum Vakfı onuruna adlandırıldı. Pittsburgh'ün Kültür Mahallesi'nin gurur taşı, bu 2800 kişilik Benedum Sahne Sanatları Merkezi Pittsburgh Kentsel Hafif Opera, Pittsburgh Dans Konseyi, Pittsburgh Bale Tiyatrosu ve Pittsburgh Operası yanı sıra, ilk oynatım Broadway turne yapımlarına ev sahipliği yapmaktadır.

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