Coverage and Posts What is B.U.S.?
April 3, 2013
B.U.S. is six plays, start to finish in 24 hours. We’re talking written, directed, memorized and performed all in less time than it takes AmazonPrime to ship the last season of Game of Thrones. And this Friday, April 5th, forty writers, directors, actors, and artists will do just that. Bricolage’s annual fundraiser is inspired by […]
Coverage and Posts There’s Something About Texture
March 25, 2013
Something spectacular is coming to Pittsburgh this April—There’s Something About Fontina, led by contemporary ballet artist Alan Obuzor. Pointe shoes, combat boots, music by Regina Spektor and the choreography of Texture’s own Kelsey Bartman culminate in one of Pittsburgh’s most entertaining ballet shows of the year. Named as one of Dance Magazine’s “Top 25 To […]
Coverage and Posts A Spotlight on Young Jean Lee
March 12, 2013
Young Jean Lee’s approach to playwriting starts with a question: “What’s the last show in the world I would ever want to make?” When she finds the answer, Lee makes that show. The results are often brazen, frequently experimental, sometimes hilarious, and always adventurous. Getting out of her comfort zone is how Lee forces herself […]
Coverage and Posts PG PREVIEW: Three Amigos Concert
February 7, 2013
Read a preview about the Three Amigos concert in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Coverage and Posts Call for Artists Proposals
January 30, 2013
The New Hazlett Theater invites emerging and mid-career performing artists from the western Pennsylvania region to submit proposals for inclusion in the upcoming Community Supported Art (CSA) program. Six performing artists (of any genre, including theater, dance, music, spoken word, performance art, etc.) will be selected through a competitive application process. Visit the application page […]