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PITTSBURGH, PA: "REMAINS" - a one woman show

PITTSBURGH, PA: "REMAINS" - a one woman show




The New Hazlett Theater
6 Allegheny Square
Pittsburgh, PA 15224


Wednesday, September 7, 2016 - 7:00pm
Thursday, September 8, 2016 - 8:00pm undefined through September 10, 2016
Sunday, September 11, 2016 - 2:00pm undefined through September 10, 2016




The 2013 version of REMAINS … was critically hailed as “a TOUR DE FORCE”

We’ve enriched the original — the moves, scenery, lighting, costumes.

The 2016 version of REMAINS … has to be seen.

REMAINS is full of indelible moments of imagination and pathos ‑ a performance that lingers with audiences of all ages.  Through projected & spoken text, physical acuity, and imaginative theater techniques, this multi-disciplinary, layered dancetheater work journeys through tangible and provocative imagery, touching upon universal emotional and visceral remnants of life; half filled wine glasses, a loved one’s scent left behind in a coat, discovered messages, the memory of family dinners past, a recipe, birthday parties, aging – told with poignant humor, honesty, and nuance.



choreography & performance by BETH CORNING,                                                                                        

created in collaboration with & directed by, Tony Award-winning DOMINIQUE SERRAND                      

costumes by SONYA BERLOVITZ                                                                                                                      

lighting by IAIN COURT                                                                                                                                         

set design by BRITTON MAUK

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