“I hadn’t seen a story where mental health in the black community was tackled, one, at all; two, with comedy; and three, as a musical comedy”: For the New Hazlett’s CSA Program, Monteze Freeland puts the finishing touches on his play Kalopsia.
Pittsburgh violist Ji Young Nam performs a second set of three movements from Bach’s Cello Suites, transcribed for the viola, evoking both stormy and quiet states of mind.
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.
Pittsburgh-area food producers were getting fed up with diminishing opportunities and unfair revenue streams for their labor. Cue Penn’s Corner Farm Alliance.
Layers of colored fabric continually unfold, generating new patterns, textures, and shapes in Hannah Thompson’s “Proxemics.”
From the Moogerfooger to the Theremini, the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is lending an array of electronic music gadgets. We got a chance to preview some of the new instruments.
Blending vocal performance and visual art, the duo of Anwenique Wingfield and Julie Mallis prepare A Love Supreme for its New Hazlett Theater debut.
In the rugged Laurel Highlands, a natural mountain spring has been diverted to feed the hatchery operations at Laurel Hill Trout Farm.
In this second part of his Close-Up, Spencer Geer steps into a singer-songwriter role with “Leaving.”
Hidden Hills Dairy owner Lori Sollenberger shows us the process of making Reblochon, a cheese with a crafty medieval backstory.