Will this be the last musical at Schenley?

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The future of Pittsburgh Schenley High School is up in the air, so this week may (or may not) be the last chance to see the famed Schenley musical on the Schenley stage in Oakland.

This year's show is "All Shook Up." It runs 8 p.m. tomorrow, Friday and Saturday.Schenley has won 30 Kelly Awards for its storied productions.

On April 16, retired teacher/director Roger Babusci, who oversaw the shows for 30 years, died at age 65, so this year's show is bound to be emotional for the school.

Schenley students are expected to move next year to the Reizenstein middle school building in Shadyside, and their return to the historic high school is uncertain.

Superintendent Mark Roosevelt will submit his proposal for the building some time next month.



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