Venues

The Pittsburgh Savoyards perform in various venues depending on the show. Click on a venue for more details.

Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center

The Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center is located in Pittsburgh’s North Hills, just minutes from downtown. Home to a number of Masonic and fraternal organizations, the GPMC hosts private, public and theater events throughout the year.

GPMC website

Location

The Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center is located at:

3579 Masonic Way
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
(412) 931-1996

Accessibility

The auditorium entrance is located on the ground floor and is fully ADA-accessible through the main front doors from the parking lot.

Pittsburgh Savoyards shows provide supertitles on either side of the stage for patrons who are hearing-impaired; select shows have full dialogue and lyrics supertitled (other shows display supertitles for song lyrics only).

For more information about accessibility, please contact our Accessibility Coordinator.

Parking

The Greater Pittsburgh Masonic Center has a large, dedicated parking lot with van-accessible ADA parking.

Directions


Savoyards Studio Theatre

The Savoyards Studio Theatre is a black box theatre at our headquarters in Bellevue. Our smaller, non-G&S shows are performed here.

Location

The Savoyards Studio Theatre is located at:

523 Lincoln Avenue
Bellevue, PA 15202

Accessibility

The theatre entrance is located on the ground floor and is fully ADA-accessible through the main front doors.

Due to the small size of the theatre, we are unable to provide supertitles for this venue.

For more information about accessibility, please contact our Accessibility Coordinator.

Parking

The theatre does not have a dedicated parking lot. However, parking in Bellevue is free after 5 pm, or all day on Sunday, for street parking or in public municipal lots. The closest municipal lots to the theatre are on Meade Avenue between Lincoln and Monroe Avenues, and between Hawley Avenue and N Sprague Avenue near the Bellevue Police Department.

Directions


Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall (ACFL&MH)

The 1901 Andrew Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall (ACFL&MH) sits graciously on a hill above Carnegie’s Main Street. The facility houses a fine regional library, an acoustically excellent music hall, studios, a lovely reception hall, and—a true national treasure—its Civil War Room. The Thomas Espy Post of the Grand Army of the Republic is one of the seven or eight most intact G.A.R. post in the country.

The historic landmark ACFL&MH is one of only four libraries in the United States endowed by famed industrialist and philanthropist, Andrew Carnegie. (Braddock, Homestead and Duquesne – the last, sadly demolished – where Carnegie had steel mills, are the others.) In the early 1890s, the leaders of what were then Chartiers and Mansfield approached Mr. Carnegie and offered to merge into a new town in return for a library. The borough of Carnegie incorporated in 1894. Ground was broken for the Library in 1899. The ACFL&MH opened its doors in May 1901 and has been proudly serving its community ever since.

Andrew Carnegie Free Library website

Location

The ACFL&MH is located at:

300 Beechwood Avenue
Carnegie, PA 15106
(412) 276-3456

Accessibility

The ACFL&MH has an ADA-accessible entrance on the ground floor and an elevator which stops at the ground floor, first floor for access to the lobby and main floor seating, and the second floor for access to the Lincoln Gallery and balcony.

Pittsburgh Savoyards shows provide supertitles above the stage for patrons who are hearing-impaired; select shows have full dialogue and lyrics supertitled (other shows display supertitles for song lyrics only).

For more information about accessibility, please contact our Accessibility Coordinator.

Parking and Shuttle

Once you’re there, the easiest place to park is in the public lot at E Main St & Pine St. A free shuttle runs continuously from there to the front door of the venue, starting one hour before curtain. Parking is free after 6pm and all day on Sunday.

Directions