The Music Hall is currently the home of Stage 62 and The Carnegie Performing Arts Center.
Stage 62 is a nonprofit performing arts group that was founded in Bethel Park in 1962. It has performed at the Andrew Carnegie Music Hall in Carnegie since 1990. Stage 62 performs a musical each fall, a children’s show in the winter, a drama in the spring and usually a musical in the summer.
Past season’s higlights include:
Photos by Friedman Wagner-Dobler
The Carnegie Performing Arts Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing quality performing dance education. CPAC believes that active participation in all aspects of performing will will ensure the most well-rounded arts education and will result in the best prepared performer. Annual performances include the holiday classic Nutcracker ballet, a spring ballet and a children’s ballet as well as an end of year showcase.
Past season’s highlights include: