Over the course of the sometimes jarringly eclectic 85-minute program, Fisher guides the New Hazlett audience through personal stories of rejection, partnership and divorce, and contentment.
Lindsay Fisher, a professional dancer and educator, is preparing her New Hazlett performance Over Exposed, a program that peels back the curtain on the vulnerable in all of us.
A Love Supreme, a performance bridging classical opera and jazz, basked in vocalist Anqwenique Wingfield’s confidence.
Blending vocal performance and visual art, the duo of Anwenique Wingfield and Julie Mallis prepare A Love Supreme for its New Hazlett Theater debut.
“This is a thing I’ve been trying to put into words forever,” Dr. Jason Mendez says to Dr. Tameka Cage Conley about pain, healing, and the conflict of trauma and joy. In their duologue Redemption: Sons, they have succeeded.
“We always carry people with us,” Dr. Jason Mendez told us as we met with him and Dr. Tameka Cage Conley to discuss their upcoming duologue performance Redemption: Sons.
For its production of Salome, the Pittsburgh Opera needed to fabricate a severed head. In that case, “you’re usually going to wind up calling us,” Steve Tolin of Tolin FX shared.
Driven by dream logic and swept along by its charming “crankie” style, Cole Hoyer-Winfield’s Midnight in Molina at the New Hazlett Theater proved entertaining and refreshingly vivid.
Sequential artist and storyteller Cole Hoyer-Winfield has drawn from personal memory for his hand-cranked, scrolling tale Midnight in Molina, part of the New Hazlett Theater 2016-2017 CSA Performance Series.
The New Hazlett Theater is preparing its 2016-2017 Community Supported Art season, the fourth program of incubating new, emerging performance art that borrows from the farm share CSA concept. We’re excited to join them.