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  • Coverage and Posts PREVIEW Redemption: Sons

    December 12, 2016

    As part of The Glassblock’s sponsored partnership with the New Hazlett Theater, The Glassblock will be presenting a series of editorially-independent previews and reviews of the 2016-2017 Community Supported Art (CSA) Performance Series. Follow along here, and learn more about how you can experience this season’s CSA here.   On the second floor of the Carnegie […]

  • News CSA: Review Midnight in Molina

    November 2, 2016

    As part of The Glassblock’s sponsored partnership with the New Hazlett Theater, they are presenting a series of editorially-independent previews and reviews of the 2016-2017 Community Supported Art (CSA) Performance Series. Below is the beginning of their review of Midnight in Molina by Cole Hoyer-Winfield, a collaborative response from editor Adam Shuck, arts and culture editor David […]

  • News CSA: Preview Midnight in Molina

    October 6, 2016

    New Hazlett CSA: Cole Hoyer-Winfield’s Midnight in Molina from The Glassblock on Vimeo. As part of The Glassblock’s sponsored partnership with the New Hazlett Theater, The Glassblock will be presenting a series of editorially-independent previews and reviews of the 2016-2017 Community Supported Art (CSA) Performance Series. Follow along here, and learn more about how you can […]

  • News A New Partnership with Glassblock

    October 6, 2016

    For its 2016-2017 season, the New Hazlett will host five separate performances from seven artists who were chosen due to their proposals’ uniqueness, feasibility, and professional development potential. And The Glassblock will be following alongside, as they partner with the New Hazlett in documenting this fourth year of the CSA Performance Series. Throughout the season, The Glassblock […]

  • Coverage and Posts Review: memory 4

    June 20, 2016

    by Jennifer N. Myers On June 9, 2016, the Pittsburgh-based performance duo slowdanger (Taylor Knight and Anna Thompson) debuted their longest, and most ambitious, staged work yet: memory 4.  For those who missed it, I am sorry.  It was an absolute stunner: breathtaking in its progression; daring in its range; and fully captivating visually, sonically, and […]