March Calendar at New Hazlett Theater

Step into the bustling world of theater, music, and more at the New Hazlett Theater in Pittsburgh. The theater’s March calendar is packed with performances to heal the creative spirit and entertain our hearts and minds. From poignant narratives of resilience to thought-provoking dance interpretations and soulful jazz tributes, this month’s lineup promises to ignite minds and stir souls.

And Then They Came for Me

March 1-10

Follow Eva Geiringer Schloss and Ed Silberberg, childhood friends of Anne Frank, as they navigate through the Holocaust during World War II. This true story is a multimedia stage production by Prime Stage Theater, inspired from Eva and Ed’s real conversations. 

Special Viewing of Perseverance

March 4

Witness a unique, one-time presentation of the debut production of Perseverance. The play brings the book Perseverance: One Holocaust Survivor’s Journey from Poland to America by Melvin Goldman and Lee Goldman Kikel to life. Plus, don’t miss a post-show discussion about the book, play and the Holocaust with Author Lee Kikel, Playwright L.E. McCullough, and Director Art DeConciliis.

Transformations

March 15-17

Artistic Director Alan Obuzor premieres his latest work about change, transition, and the natural flow of life, performed by the Texture Contemporary Ballet. He uses music from popular artists like Anesthesia, Fun, Glass Animals, and The Airborne Toxic Event to create a piece that everyone can relate to.

UNDERLAND x Alice

March 21-22

Kontara Morphis creates a thought-provoking dance performance to get audiences thinking in a different perspective. From the perspective of an alternate reality, follow a journey to safety which unfolds into unexpected meetings. It’s an experience of self-realization, visibility, and discovery.

The Pharoah Sanders Tribute Band

March 23

Azar Lawrence alongside Billy Hart, George Cables, Nat Reeves, and Isaiah Collier pay tribute to Jim Crow era jazz legend, Pharoah Sanders. Don’t miss this talented group as they revisit popular hits from one of the world’s greatest saxophonists.

Story by Kylie Thomas

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