Due to popular demand, "My Tale of Two Cities" will play at the Penn Hills Cinemas starting Monday, December 1, running through Saturday, December 6, at 7:15 p.m. On Monday Dec. 1st, filmmaker Carl Kurlander will be there to introduce the film and discuss it afterwards.
Penn Hills Cinemas is in the Penn Hills Shopping Center. From the East End, go one past the first Monroeville exit to the "Penn Hills" exit, get off and turn right. Phone 412.243.1831 They are closed on Wednesday Dec. 3rd. Tickets are just $5.00. Please help us spread the word.
On November 28, Pittsburghers everywhere were invited to a special red carpet screening of "My Tale of Two Cities", a funny and heartfelt valentine to Pittsburgh. A sold out Byham Theater audience of 1250 people laughed, cried and gave a standing ovation to this "comeback story" about coming home and one of America's great cities reinventing itself for a new age.
If you are unable to see it in a theater, a limited number of DVDS of "My Tale of Two Cities" are available for the holidays at http://www.wqed.org/genl/shop/history.shtml#tale or by calling 1-800-274-1307. The film is also at Kards Unlimited on Walnut Street in Shadyside.
If you would like to arrange for a screening of "My Tale of Two Cities" in your neighborhood (regionally or at venues around the country), please contact email@example.com.
We thank you and hope you enjoy this film that proves "it's never too late to come back" and that the whole world really is "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."
To find out more about Steeltown's Youth and Media Initiative being done in association with the Holy Family Institute which the Nov. 28th Byham screening benefited, please go to www.steeltown.org and www.hfi-pgh.org.