The Hazlett Theater was built in 1889, originally as the Carnegie Music Hall dedicated to President Benjamin Harrison. A historical landmark, the theater was built in a Richardson Romanesque style and was renovated in 1967. In 1980 it was renamed in honor of Theodore L. Hazlett Jr., a civic leader who was a supporter of the arts.
Founded in 2004 as a non-profit organization that was meant to capture the vast world of arts and entertainment in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the New Hazlett Theater provides the area with a variety of local, regional and international acts year round. If you want to see a great show this year, get your friends and family to come along with some New Hazlett Theater tickets.
As the previous home for the Pittsburgh Public Theater (from 1974 to 1999), the New Hazlett Theater is a well known institution that hosts hundreds of performances annually. The community embraces its new home and continues to showcase the wonders of the Hazlett tradition, making New Hazlett Theater tickets something the whole family will enjoy!