“Our 27th season theme of Courage and Discovery will have a profound impact as we bring literature to life on stage. It’s important that each of our productions be a unique and memorable experience for our patrons, partners, and special guests for post-show discussions. This year, you’ll explore the boundaries of the senses, refuse to be told what to do, immerse yourself with memories, and be selected as a juror,” said Wayne Brinda, Prime Stage Theatre Producing Artistic Director.
In addition to their performances at the New Hazlett Theatre, Prime Stage has several additional events scheduled for this fall:
Prime Stage Cemetery Walk | Homewood. Cemetery | September 30, 2023
Taking place at the Homewood Cemetery, guests will be inspired by historical Pittsburgh legends as we bring their history to life. Experience the history of Pittsburgh’s legends buried at the cemetery as local actors in period costumes portray their incredible lives and their impact on Pittsburgh.
The cemetery opened for business in 1878 and was purposefully situated between enormously wealthy and prestigious neighborhoods. Breathtaking, panoramic vistas typically do not come to mind when thinking about cemeteries. Homewood Cemetery is more than a final resting place; it is a historic landmark with a fascinating history.
Reservations are required and available only online at Events – Prime Stage
RADical Days FREE Event – Preview of The Miracle Worker | September 30, 2023, | 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. – Museum Lab at 6 Allegheny Square E. Pittsburgh, PA 15212
See Prime Stage Theatre’s “sneak preview” of The Miracle Worker. Witness the journey of young Helen Keller as she learns to read, guided by Annie Sullivan, her brave teacher, and bolstered by the presence of her mother, Kate Keller.
Prime Stage Theatre’s 27th Season
The Miracle Worker by William Gibson, Directed by Wayne Brinda | November 3 – 12, 2023 | Appropriate for ages 11 through adult.
The performance season starts in early November with this epic drama and Tony Award-winning play.
Explore the boundaries of the senses as we venture inside this true story of young Helen Keller, who was blind, deaf, and struggling to connect. Her teacher, Annie Sullivan, is our courageous guide to reach Helen’s isolation and connect her with the outside world. The Miracle Worker explores the volatile relationship between a lonely teacher and her headstrong charge.
Rosa Parks and the Montgomery Bus Boycott by Sue Greenberg, Directed by Linda Haston | Prime Stage Sprouts | January 19 – 28, 2024 | Appropriate for ages 8 through adult.
Part of our Prime Stage Sprouts series, this is the compelling story of Rosa Parks, a courageous civil rights activist who defied segregation laws on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama, in 1955 and sparked the civil rights movement.
And Then They Came for Me: Remembering the World of Anne Frank by James Still, Directed by Art DeConciliis | March 1 – 10, 2024 | Appropriate for ages 11 through adult.
Immerse yourself in this moving multi-media true-life production of Anne Frank and her childhood friends, Eva Schloss, and Ed Silberberg, as you share their experience of how they survived the Holocaust during World War II. Anne Frank’s diary, filled with hope against inescapable oppression, has captivated audiences worldwide for well over half a century. Audiences will discover a new relevance to this well-known story in this inspiring production.
Witness for the Prosecution by Agatha Christie, Directed by Ponny Conomos Jahn | Prime Stage Sprouts | May 3 – 12, 2023 | Appropriate for ages 11 through adult.
Witness for the Prosecution is a play adapted by Agatha Christie from her 1925 short story Traitor’s Hands and is one of her her most ingenious. Be one of the jurors and experience the shocking testimony and impassioned outbursts from witnesses as a young man and his attorney fight to escape a final verdict.
Prime Stage Theatre is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment to all patrons.
Prime Stage is the region’s only theater company to attain Certified Sensory Inclusive status through KultureCity, a leading nonprofit recognized nationwide for using its resources to affect change for those with sensory needs. The Hazlett Theater for the Performing Arts, where Prime Stage Theatre presents its productions, is ADA-accessible.
Audio Description Performance
The Last Sunday of each production with On-Stage Pre-Show, Actor Voice ID, and Touch Tour at 1:30, Audio
Pre-show at 2:15 and Performance at 2:30 p.m.
ASL Signed Interpreted and Real Time Live Caption Performance
The Last Sunday of each production at 2:30 p.m.
Assistive Listening Devices are available at the Box Office upon arrival.
Sensory Inclusive Performances are on the Last Saturday of each production at 2:30 p.m.
TICKETS AND DETAILS at Events – Prime Stage