This hybrid storytelling sensation has been growing in popularity since its co-producer, Alan Olifson, brought it to Pittsburgh over 6 years ago. With its steadily growing audience and frequent media buzz, WordPlay has become a staple of Pittsburgh’s literary and theater scene.
Cross the arch and leave the real world behind as you enter Bazaar, Bricolage’s adventurous annual fundraiser. Bazaar is a magical, sprawling event with fire-breathers, acrobats, carnival games, and dynamically designed micro-immersive pods crafted by local artists of all kinds. This festival for the senses offers sensational food, delectable drinks, and surprises around every corner.
The world moves fast. Every day there’s a new crisis, a new gadget, a new diet, a new obligation. Slowing down doesn’t feel like an option, and the constant pressure of everyday life can be overwhelming. But, does it have to be? What if you could let go without letting anyone down? What if responsibilities weren’t yours alone?
Led by storytelling powerhouses Alan Olifson, regular host of Pittsburgh’s monthly Moth StorySLAMs, and Tami Dixon, Principal Creative and Co-Founder of Bricolage Production Company.
Let us sweep you away to a land full of magic with a legendary crew of misfit friends where the weather is unpredictable, wickedness flies in from every direction, and a ‘great and powerful’ man behind a curtain is said to have all the answers.
Join us as we put a hilarious Pittsburgh spin on what Bruce Willis calls, “not a Christmas movie.” Holiday hijinks ensue as police cars are blown up, skyscraper windows are blown out and John McClane somehow lost his shoes. Welcome to the party, yinz!
Go back in time as we spin the horrific tale of a tenacious young scientist hell-bent on recreating human life. In this show YOU are cast as the live studio audience, so play your part and don’t miss your cue when the applause sign flashes!
Dive into our carnival of delights and be transported to extraordinary new worlds.
You enter a quiet meadow unsure of what comes next, lost in thought, longing to know what’s true. Is this the past? Is this the future?
A meditation workshop inside the Forest of Everywhere led by Bhante Punna.