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Gallery: Students sign themselves into Point Park history

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Artistic Director for the Conservatory of Performing Arts and Pittsburgh Playhouse Ronald Allan-Lindblom signs the final beam for the Pittsburgh Playhouse on Wednesday, Nov. 30. The Playhouse construction is about 30 percent complete and is expected to finish in 2018. The work site will be covered so construction can continue throughout the winter season.

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