LabWorks Week 1
August 20 @ 7pm

Wilderness Survival by Hamilton Kreeger of Baltimore, MD, produced by The Bobcat Players
Forerunners by David Healey of Toronto, Ontario, produced by Little Lake Theatre
Golden Land by John Adams of Richmond Heights, MO, produced by Prime Stage Theatre
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LabWorks Week 2
August 27 @7pm

Where the Wild Ones Play by Job Ethan Christenson of New York, NY, produced by Stage Right of Greensburg
Enhancements by Sean Lenhart of Pittsburgh, PA, produced by Split Stage Productions
Chinese Puzzle by Kate Kasten of Iowa City, IA, produced by Retro Red Productions

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Program A
August 31 – September 9

Roosevelt’s Ghosts by Aaron Scully of Warresnburg, MO, produced by CCAC South Campus Theatre
The Pivot by Seth Freeman of Pacific Palisades, CA, produced by The Summer Company
Doing Time by Mary Poindexter McLaughlin of East Aurora, NY, produced by The Theatre Factory
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Program B
September 1- 10

Exit Strategy by Tom Moran of Fairbanks, AK, produced by The Heritage Players
All Sales Final by John Yarbrough of New York, NY, produced by Cup-A-Jo Productions
Sparrows by Evan W. Saunders of Nanticoke, PA, produced by The Duquesne University Red Masquers
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Program C
September 14 – 23

Destiny is a Careless Waiter by Julie Zaffarano of Broomall, PA, produced by R-ACT Theatre Productions
Romeo and Juliet: Epilogue by William Sikorski of Birchwood Village, MN, produced by Actors Civic Theater
The Wrong Brannigan by Lezlie Revelle of Olathe, KS, produced by McKeesport Little Theater
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Program D
September 15 – 24

When You Are a Little Bit Older by Matthew Weaver of Spokane, WA, produced by Thoreau, NM – A Production Company
Bernie by Fred Perry of Roswell, GA, produced by The South Hills Players
Story Road by Mark Cornell of Chapel Hill, NC, produced by Stage Right Pittsburgh
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Accessible Final Dress Rehearsals

Pittsburgh New Works believes that theatre is for everyone. The final dress rehearsals of our mainstage shows are open to the public and feature American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation and live audio description for our guests.  Learn more and reserve your seat for an accessible final dress rehearsal.