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The Guardians

Presented by Brown Chapel Heir Force

Tuesday, December 17

The Guardians depict the stories of three families who have supernatural beings looking after them. Join us for this thought-provoking and fast-moving production. Talent includes soloist DeMarra Chanel; dancers Miracle Bynum, Gwendolyn Ratliff and Towanda Young; concert pianist Amaury Morales, and soloist/pianist Tiana Davis. You will also have an opportunity to do some last-minute holiday shopping at our vendor booths.

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Amahl and the Night Visitors

Presented by Resonance Works

Fri-Sun, December 20-22

Resonance Works popular holiday tradition continues this year with the return of Gian Carlo Menotti’s beloved classic, Amahl and the Night Visitors! This season, the three kings journey to the North Side where they will meet Amahl and his Mother at The New Hazlett Theater in an all-new, fully-staged production from emerging opera director Haley StamatsEmmanuel Tsao and Olga Perez Flora make their Resonance Works debuts as Amahl and Mother, with returning artists Jonathan Stuckey (Macbeth, Amahl, On the Town), Christopher Scott (On the Town, Side by Side by Sondheim), and Robert Chafin (Evidence of Things Not Seen) as the three kings.  

The first portion of our program includes festive music by Jessie Montgomery, Jennifer Higdon, and Pittsburgh’s own Nancy Galbraith, plus Cécile Chaminade’s famous Flute Concertino. Flutist Lindsey Goodman, who wowed audiences this past May with the world premiere of Galbraith’s Flute Concerto, takes on this lush and virtuosic masterwork. 

Bring the whole family to celebrate the holidays with us. Children under 10 attend for free!

For performance or ticket inquiries please contact Resonance Works at 412-501-3330 or info@resworks.org.

For more information on accessible seating or assistive listening devices please contact Courtney at 412-320-4610 ext. 16 or courtney@newhazletttheater.org

2020/21 CSA Artist Application

Presented by New Hazlett as part of the Community Supported Art Performance Series

Wednesday, January 15FINAL DEADLINE

Welcome Artists!

The New Hazlett Theater invites emerging and mid-career performing artists from the Western Pennsylvania region to submit project proposals in theater, dance, music, spoken word, or multi-disciplinary performance for inclusion in the upcoming CSA performance series. We are interested in proposals for new work or work that is currently in development.

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO APPLY CLICK HERE.

SUBMISSIONS OPEN:
Friday, October 11

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION REVIEW:
Wednesday, December 18

FINAL DEADLINE:
Wednesday, January 15

The Food Pantry Brunch Challenge

Presented by Northside Common Ministries Food Pantry

Saturday, January 2511am-1pm

Northside Common Ministries Community Food Pantry will challenge local chefs to test their skills. Can they prepare a delicious brunch appetizer item with food only found in a local community food pantry?

Enjoy a delightful brunch and fantastic local entertainment with a Reggae theme! Support the Northside Common Ministries mission to provide help for the hungry and homeless in our city.

Call 412.323.1163 ext. 7 or email jay.poliziani@ncmin.org with questions.

For more information on accessible seating or assistive listening devices please contact Courtney at
412-320-4610 ext. 16 or courtney@newhazletttheater.org

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Terminer

Presented by New Hazlett as part of the Community Supported Art Performance Series

Thu-Fri, February 6-7

Somewhere in the dark, a cyborg coven is performing a ritual for the future of humankind. Using movement, found text, and machine learning algorithms, they summon the Salem witch panic out of America’s colonial shadows. Featuring an intergenerational, all-queer ensemble, TERMINER shines a light on contemporary systems of power, and casts a spell of resistance and repair.

Philip Wesley Gates is a non-binary director, performance maker, and writer/scholar currently based in Pittsburgh. Their work draws awareness to the theatre as a collective experience, and to the web of relations between bodies, histories, and actions. Philip holds an MFA in Directing from Carnegie Mellon University.

For more information on accessible seating or assistive listening devices please contact Courtney at 412-320-4610 ext. 16 or courtney@newhazletttheater.org

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Beyond Microtonal Music Festival

Presented by University of Pittsburgh and Andy Warhol Museum

Friday, February 287PM-9PM

Grammy award-winning guitarist, composer, author and broadcaster John Schneider performs music by Lou Harrison and his own compositions for microtonal guitar. Brightwork newmusic from Los Angeles, California performs music by Eric Moe, Amy Williams, Federico Garcia, Mathew Rosenblum.

Tickets are available through the University of Pittsburgh Stages Box Office, by calling 412-624-7529, or visiting music.pitt.edu/tickets.

For more information on accessible seating or assistive listening devices please contact Courtney at
412-320-4610 ext. 16 or courtney@newhazletttheater.org

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The Outsiders

Presented by Prime Stage Theatre

Fri-Sun, March 6-15

A coming-of-age story where Ponyboy, the Greaser & Socs learn valuable lessons about belonging, friendship, family and goodness. A stage play written by Christopher Sergel based upon the novel by S. E. Hinton Directed by Scott P. Calhoon

For performance or ticket inquiries please contact the Prime Stage Box office at 412-608-2262 or by email at boxoffice@primestage.com.

Audio Description available for Friday, March 13th

Sensory-friendly available for Saturday, March 14th (1 PM)

ASL interpreted available for Saturday, March 14th

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The Dragon of Polish Hill

Presented by New Hazlett as part of the Community Supported Art Performance Series

Thu-Fri, March 26-27

The Dragon of Polish Hill tells the story of two neighborhood residents who were destined never to know each other until Stanley Onion, a 115-year-old man with dementia, and Willy James, a rabbit-eared performance artist, are brought together by a chance encounter. The circumstances that follow force Willy to consider his own values in light of their friendship. This performance explores cultures colliding in a changing urban neighborhood.

The son of an embalmer dad and an elementary school teacher/quilt maker mom, Dave English logically grew up to be a puppeteer. A native of Pittsburgh, Dave currently lives in Polish Hill. He is the president of the Puppetry Guild of Pittsburgh and holds a BFA in Theatre & Puppetry from West Virginia University. Dave’s collaborator Will Schutze is an artist, songwriter and puppeteer from Austin. He comes from a 40-year-old Texas tradition of marionettes, having cut his teeth at state fairs and massive holiday shows with World on a String puppet theater.

For more information on accessible seating or assistive listening devices please contact Courtney at 412-320-4610 ext. 16 or courtney@newhazletttheater.org

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The Mind-Body Problem

Presented by New Hazlett as part of the Community Supported Art Performance Series

Thu-Fri, April 30-May 1

The Mind-Body Problem is an interdisciplinary solo guitar performance that examines the relationships we make in light of rapid technological advancements that impose on our physical space. Through storytelling and original music performed on a set of high-tech guitars, Teixeira challenges the audience to rediscover the importance of their physicality.

Gil Teixeira is a prolific artist and educator who sees sound as the unifying core of his many practices. A native of Portugal, Gil holds a Bachelor of Arts in Guitar Performance from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where he explored technology in collaborative music making. He is the founder of the post-rock band La La La Ressonance.

For more information on accessible seating or assistive listening devices please contact Courtney at 412-320-4610 ext. 16 or courtney@newhazletttheater.org