Monday, August 7, 2017

New Offerings at the New Hazlett Theater

Macbeth Credit: Courtesy Photo

Presented by Urban Impact Shakes
August 4-13

Double, double, toil and trouble. Red smoke hangs and Starbucks bubbles.
Sinister predictions poison a war hero’s mind, as he and his wife do whatever it takes to achieve the power they think they’re due. What does it profit a man to gain the whole world, yet lose his soul? Just ask Macbeth.

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BIg Fish
Presented by Front Porch Theatricals
August 18-27

Based on the 1998 novel by Daniel Wallace and the 2003 Tim Burton movie, Big Fish is a heartfelt, powerful, and truly magical musical about fathers, sons, and the stories that we use to define our identities. With spine-tinglingly beautiful music and lyrics by Andrew Lippa, (Wild Party) and a funny, heartwarming book by John August, Big Fish is a magnificent “big fish” of a tale, itself. Spectacular, fantastical, and overflowing with love.

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H. Gene Thompson, Arvid Tomayko,
and Ru Emmons
Apart From Me
Part of the New CSA Performance Series

The New Hazlett Community Supported Art Performance Series introduces you to the freshest, most original artists in the Pittsburgh area. A new season of the CSA is just around the corner, and we'd like you to meet the artists that we're bringing to you this coming year.

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H. Gene Thompson’s work questions human connectivity through the exploration of wearable fabric sculptures, creating spaces that challenge social boundaries. Morphing wearables with movement, Thompson creates images that distort the state of stable consciousness.

Arvid Tomayko is an experimental musician and multimedia artist. Their unique auditory and visual experiences explore the intersection of electronic sound performance, process driven composition, and interactive installation.

Ru Emmons is a queer, nonbinary Pittsburgh native. For Emmons, movement is a way of reclaiming their scrambled body and inviting others to do the same.

The New Hazlett Theater is located in Allegheny Center on Pittsburgh's North Side. Detailed driving and transit direction scan be found at There's always something new going on at the New Hazlett Theater. Follow it on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for up-to-the-minute behind the scenes photos, videos, and more.


On-street parking in Allegheny Square is available at no cost after 6pm Monday-Saturday and all day Sunday. Paid parking is available in the Allegheny Health Network garage for evening events and weekend matinees.

The paid lot costs $7 (cash only) and closes one hour after the performances.

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