Presented by New Hazlett as part of the Community Supported Art Performance Series
You Can Call Me Al
Tickets available online and at the box office
How do we confront the things that scare us the most when our memories begin to fail us? You Can Call Me Al is a long-form story about growing up, getting gay, coming out, living with mental illness, and uncovering family secrets. By letting go of shame, they reveal what it means to be fully queer and fully vulnerable.
*This performance includes mature concepts*
As an artist and educator based in Pittsburgh, Ali embraces the complexity of the queer identity to create new and engaging ways to explore LGBTQIA life within local communities. They currently serve as the Artistic Program Director at Dreams of Hope and previously as the Education & Outreach Director and the Interim Artistic Director of About Face Theatre Company.
For more information on accessible seating or assistive listening devices please contact Courtney at 412-320-4610 ext. 16 or email@example.com
Garage parking is available for $7 cash only
Additional accommodations for this performance:
- ASL interpreted available for…
- Audio Description available for…
- Sensory-friendly available for…