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I am absolutely in love with the poster art from ‘Speaking of…Noir’, which is happening June 18th at the New Hazlett Theater. It looks like a great evening of spoken word and music.
The official press release:
‘Speaking of…’, an arts series based onPittsburgh’s Northshore, is partnering with Akashic Books, publishers of the legendary ‘Noir’ series, to present a night of mystery stories, dubstep/ballet/break dance fusion, soul and jazz, and the spoken word: ‘Speaking of…Noir!’ June 18th at8:00 PM at the New Hazlett Theater.
The evening features the stories of National Book Award Winner Terrance Hayes, Paul Lee, and local legend K.C. Constantine alongside the music of Dreamjob and the dance choreography of Hannah Galvin and Randall Miller, along with a finale number choreographed by Evolve Productions.
‘Speaking of…’, founded in November 2010 as an event that showcased spoken word alongside fiction and poetry in a welcoming, open atmosphere at Amani Coffeehouse. is bringing the same motif to this event.
Beyond the absurd talents of the writers and musicians and dancers, ‘Speaking of…Noir’ will also feature not one but two Cave Canem fellows, Laura Yes Yes and Mahogany Browne.
Tickets for the June 18th event can be purchased online at speakingofpittsburgh.com for 8$, and willalso be available for 10$ at the door. Follow ‘Speaking of’ on Twitter @speakingofpgh and on Facebook (Speaking of…) or check out the website for more information and updates.
I also found their great promo video for the event: Continue reading
Already have our tickets for this one! Presented by the New Hazlett Theater for 3 nights only (starting this Thursday night), “Take A Letter” isa new theater production conceived by Alexi Morrissey. If you head over to the event’s Facebook page, you can check out more photos of Alexi and the show’s sculptural centerpiece. Continue reading
One of my faves! I’m going to have to try and catch it. Opens this Thursday night and runs through November 29th.
“David Mamet’s 1984 Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Glengarry Glen Ross, follows the lives of four small time Chicago real estate agents who are prepared to go to any lengths to unload undesirable real estate on unwilling prospective buyers.”
Featuring Bingo O’Malley, Patrick Jordan, Michael Fuller, Jason McCune, Mark Thompson, Paul Ford, and Benzy
Directed by Melissa Martin
Tickets are $20 in advance and $25 at the door. Continue reading