Pittsburgh, PA: Hazlett Theatre

Country: United States of America
State: Pennsylvania
City: Pittsburgh
Location: Allegheny Center; 6 Allegheny Square E

Library and music hall complex "Carnegie Free Library of Allegheny", built 1886-1890 by John L. Smithmeyer and Paul J. Pelz, funded by Andrew Carnegie. "Carnegie Hall" (renamed "Hazlett Theatre" in 1980) used by the Pittsburgh Public Theatre company from 1974 until 1999. Since 2004 used by the New Hazlett Theater company. The former library part is used as the "Children's Museum of Pittsburgh".

Links: newhazletttheater.org, Wikipedia

Pittsburgh, PA: Hazlett Theatre Front Text: "Pittsburgh Public Theater. One of the fastest growing and most succesful professional non-profit theaters in the country, the Public produces a broad range of theatrical entertainment in a twelve-show, year-round season in the Hazlett Theater, Allegheny Center. Pittsburgh Public Theater, Suite 230, One Allegheny Square, Pittsburgh 15212"
Publisher: W. Galen Barton; mcg; 631506
Type: Divided Back
Size: Classic
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