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Dance & Duos Benefit Concert

QM Productions, Inc.

Friday, April 258PM

Fill your heart with music and dance and help those in need.  QM Productions presents the third annual Dance & Duos Benefit Concert.  This 90 minute show features classical and contemporary ballet, vocal duos, saxophone and piano, violin and piano, and African drums.

20% of each ticket price goes to the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank.  Food and goods will be collected at the benefit.

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TEDxGrandviewAve 2014 Conference

Presented by TEDxGrandviewAve

Saturday, April 2611AM - 5PM

TEDxGrandviewAve is back, with some some of the hottest names in Pittsburgh taking the stage for a fast-talking, mind-bending idea fest. This marks the second year for the GrandviewAve version of TEDx. The lineup for 2014 features a slate of speakers, all from Pittsburgh, each addressing the theme “Dare to Create.” The onstage host will be Larkin Page-Jacobs of WESA.

Among those stepping up to the mike: Ian Rosenberger, Christopher Valasek, Nina Marie Barbuto, Susie Meister, and Leah Lizarondo.

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Jazz Mazz

Presented by Bach Choir of Pittsburgh

Saturday, April 26-27Saturady 8PM, Sunday 4PM

Pittsburgh legend Joe Negri and his quartet provide the accompaniment for his moving jazz treatment of the liturgical Mass.  Featuring soloists Maureen Budway (mezzo soprano) and Thomas Douglas (baritone).  Paul Basler’s interpretation of the Mass provides a suitable pairing, including African overtones.  Also on this program is the Missa Kenya of Paul Balser.  Together, they make a beautiful closing to Bach Choir’s concert season.

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Concerto for Orkestra

Presented by Ben Opie and OPEK

Friday, May 28pm (doors at 7pm)

Ben Opie, OPEK, and Nizan Leibovich present the world premiere of Concerto for Orkestra, a brand new symphony for jazz orchestra.  Composed by Pittsburgh jazz musician Ben Opie, Concerto for Orkestra features ten movements styled around the idea that music is a kind of transportation.  Following in the tradition of Duke Ellington and Charles Mingus, Opie has brought his considerable talent to bear to create an original full length symponic composition for jazz orchestra.

The completion of Concerto for Orkestra was made possible by an Investing in Professional Artists: Creative Development Grant from The Pittsburgh Foundation.  It premiers at the New Hazlett Theater this May.

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Day of Giving 2014

The Pittsburgh Foundation

Tuesday, May 618 hour donation drive

Support the New Hazlett Theatre during this year’s Day of Giving.  Starting at midnight and continuing throughout October 3, The Pittsburgh Foundation will match donations of $25 or more made through their website.

To participate in the Day of Giving, visit PittsburghGives.org on May 6th, click the “Donate Now” button, and follow the on screen instructions.

You can also click on our “Buy Tickets” link above.  (That’s a quirk of our website programing; it’ll actually take you to the Pittsburgh Foundation’s website.)

Search for our organization under “New Hazlett Center for the Performing Arts.”

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The Devil’s Arithmetic

Presented by Prime Stage Theatre

Saturday, May 10-18

Hannah, a modern day teenager, has to celebrate yet another Jewish holiday with her family.  But this year will be different.  Little does she know her world is about change.  Hannah is mysteriously transported back to the Holocaust, and with Hannah, we too become caught up in a world of deceit, discoveries, friendship, faith, and family.

Based on the Newbery Award-winning novel by Jane Yolen and adapted by Barry Kornhauser, The Devil’s Arithmetic is directed by Lisa Ann Goldsmith.

Special Mother’s Day Event: Sunday, May 11 at 2:30
A matinee performance of The Devil’s Arithmetic followed by special guest speaker and award-winning author Jane Yolen with a book signing afterwards.  Sponsored by Classrooms Without Borders and the Pennsylvania Humanities Council, and presented in partnership with the Holocaust Center of Greater Pittsburgh.

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Rzewski plays Rzewski

Presented by The Pittsburgh Festival of New Music

Saturday, May 247:30PM

American maverick composer and pianist Frederic Rzewski has made his home in Brussels since the 1970s. Now 76, his appearances in the US are less and less frequent. Compared by turns to legendary pianist Glenn Gould and blacklisted folk singer Pete Seeger, Rzewski’s works are often anarchic, sometimes satirical, and always powerfully virtuosic. Rzewski’s first-ever performance in Pittsburgh is long overdue.

“Rzewski plays Rzewski” is part of The Pittsburgh Festival of New Music, a four day event spanning a wide range of contemporary chamber music.  For more information on the festival, visit Alia Musica online.

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The Philosophical Baby

Presented by Saint Vincent College Threshold Series

Monday, June 27:30 pm

Dr. Alison Gopnik is professor of psychology and affiliate professor of philosophy at the University of California at Berkeley. She is an internationally recognized leader in the study of children’s learning and development and was the first to argue that children’s minds could help us understand deep philosophical questions.

In celebration of the 10th anniversary of the Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Children’s Media, Dr. Gopnik presents The Philosophical Baby: What Children’s Minds Tell Us about Love, Truth, and the Meaning of Life.

Admission is free, however all seats are reserved and admission will be by ticket only. Please send your name, address, daytime phone (include area code) and number of seats requested to the Threshold Box Office at threshold@stvincent.edu.

All reservations will be con-firmed by return email. Please note that tickets will be held at the box office for pickup when you arrive for the presentation; no tickets are mailed in advance. Tickets not claimed by 7:10 p.m. will be released.

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Dailey & Vincent

Presented by Druskey Entertainment

Wednesday, June 47PM (Doors 6PM)

In the world of acoustic traditional music, “sibling harmony” is special. It’s no accident that the best harmonies in bluegrass, dating back to its earliest days, have been by siblings: the Monroe Brothers, the Stanley Brothers, the Osborne Brothers… the list goes on.  Although Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent aren’t related by blood, the instinctive vocal blend they have achieved rivals that of any singing siblings: it’s no accident that they titled an earlier album Brothers From Different Mothers, and with Brothers Of The Highway, the ties they’ve forged grow ever stronger.

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CSA Artist: Maree ReMalia

Presented by the New Hazlett Theater CSA Performance Series

Saturday, June 148pm

In The Ubiquitous Mass of Us (working title), Maree ReMalia | merrygogo investigates the way we take up space.  From silly to somber, the performance oscillates between movement and sound, exploring a broad-range of physical expressions as it flows in and around the work of visual artist Blaine Siegel.  Experience this singular group of artists through their investigations into the occupation and demarcation of space.  Featuring Joseph Hall, Taylor Knight, Adil Mansoor, Moriah Ella Mason, Beth Ratas, Jil Stifel, and Anna Thompson with David Bernabo and costume designer Rachel Vallozzi.

About the Local Artists

Maree ReMalia is a dance artist based in Pittsburgh, PA. Through merrygogo she directs project-based performance works with communities of shifting collaborators.  Her choreography has been presented in Cleveland Public Theatre’s Big Box and DanceWorks Series, Movement Research at the Judson Church, PearlArts Studios Artists-in-Residence Series, 60×60, SpringUp Dance Festival, and the Williamsburg Free Fest.  In spring 2013, she will perform with Staycee Pearl dance project and in Paul Kruse’s new play, Chickens.  She is thrilled to present an original work in the New Hazlett’s CSA Performance Series in June 2014 in collaboration with Pittsburgh-area artists!  ReMalia is also a certified instructor of the Gaga movement language and practitioner of the Ilan Lev Method.
Maree ReMalia receives state arts funding support through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.  This performance is also supported in part by The Heinz Endowments Small Arts Initiative.

About the CSA

The New Hazlett Theater Community Supported Art Performance Series is based on the farm share model of community supported agriculture.  For only $100, each New Hazlett CSA “shareholder” receives six fresh productions, delivered every other month to the New Hazlett Theater.

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Shine Your Light

Presented by Bethany Baptist Church

Saturday, June 211PM and 6PM (doors at 12 and 4:30)

Be inspired through a celebration of faith, hope, and love.  With music from Godspell, Ragtime, Fiddler on the Roof, Les Miserables, and more.  Shine Your Light supports Daikonia, Bethany Baptist Church’s nonprofit outreach program.

Tickets available online or by calling (412) 731.8037.  Admission includes silent auction, performance, and reception.

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CSA Performance Series 2014-2015

presented by the New Hazlett Theater

Thursday, August 14-Thursday, June 11

Each New Hazlett CSA “shareholder” receives six fresh productions, delivered every other month to the New Hazlett Theater.  What will your share include?  Only the best new work our local creative community has to offer, from dance and music, to theater and performance art.

Becoming a shareholders allows you to directly support local artists, and it comes with several unique benefits as well, such as the opportunity to directly interact with the artists, easy ticket exchange, and even guest passes and access to special events.

The upcoming New Hazlett Theater CSA 2014-15 season lineup includes projects by:

  • August 14, 2014: Pianist Federico Garcia-De Castro
  • October 11, 2014: Dancer Ella Mason
  • December 11, 2014: Perfromance Artist Jennifer Myers 
  • February 12, 2015: Dance/Circus collaborators Jil Stifel and Ben Sorta
  • April 2, 2015: Theaterical Explorer Anya Martin 
  • June 11, 2015: Dance Double Bill Teena Marie Custer and Roberta Guido

The CSA Performance Series is supported in part by The Benter Foundation and the McKinney Charitable Foundation with a media sponsorship from WYEP/WESA.

The CSA Performance Series is part of the Community Supported Arts Alliance.  For details on the visual art CSA, visit www.csapgh.com.