Mission: Delight

  • December 31, 2005

  • September 2006

  • December 31, 2006

A programmed group experiment in fun, Mission: Delight takes 20 people with 20 headphones on a 20-minute sensorial journey, complete with bubbles, high fives, and a celebrity guest.

Circumference of a Squirrel

  • September 2005

For its 2005 series of programming, Bricolage staged readings of new and classic works of the theater, featuring minimal set design, costumes, and lighting. The precursor to our Staged Reading Performance Series, these performances took place in a variety of underutilized cultural spaces in and around Pittsburgh, including Wood Street Gallery and the Frick Art Museum.

The Word

  • July 2005

For its 2005 series of programming, Bricolage staged readings of new and classic works of the theater, featuring minimal set design, costumes, and lighting. The precursor to our Staged Reading Performance Series, these performances took place in a variety of underutilized cultural spaces in and around Pittsburgh, including Wood Street Gallery and the Frick Art Museum.

Trojan Women

  • June 2005

For its 2005 series of programming, Bricolage staged readings of new and classic works of the theater, featuring minimal set design, costumes, and lighting. The precursor to our Staged Reading Performance Series, these performances took place in a variety of underutilized cultural spaces in and around Pittsburgh, including Wood Street Gallery and the Frick Art Museum.

Blood of the Bear

  • May 2005

For its 2005 series of programming, Bricolage staged readings of new and classic works of the theater, featuring minimal set design, costumes, and lighting. The precursor to our Staged Reading Performance Series, these performances took place in a variety of underutilized cultural spaces in and around Pittsburgh, including Wood Street Gallery and the Frick Art Museum.

The Glass Menagerie

  • March 2005

In conjunction with The Frick Art Museum’s retrospective exhibit Artistry and Innovation in Pittsburgh Glass, 1808-1882, Bricolage presented an incisive look at this Tennessee Williams classic, directed by Pittsburgh City Paper’s Ted Hoover in the intimate setting of The Frick Art Museum auditorium.

B.U.S. 1

  • December 10, 2005

B.U.S. Bricolage's Annual Fundraiser

Bricolage Urban Scrawl (B.U.S.) is Bricolage’s annual fundraiser that takes the form of a 24-hour theatre festival.