On Stage Now…

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photo by Duane Rieder – design by Rob Larson

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

by Dale Wasserman

April 21st – May 7th

New Hazlett Theaterbarebones tickets button3Directed by Melissa Martin

The Cast includes: Kimberly Parker Green, Patrick Jordan, Nick Lehane, Randy Kovitz, Leandro Cano, Mark Tierno, Michael Sullivan, John Gresh, Dave Mansueto, Dereck Walton, Billy Jenkins, Reese Redwood, Wali Jamal, Erika Strasburg, and Magan Yantko.


On-street parking is available at no cost after 6pm, Monday-Saturday and all day Sunday. Paid parking is available in the Allegheny Health Network garage for evening events and weekend matinees.

To find the garage:

  • Drive past the theater and follow Allegheny Square East as if you were going back out onto East Commons
  • The Allegheny Health Network garage will be on your left
  • Pull in and a uniformed parking attendant will collect your fee
  • Parking in the garage is $7 (cash only)
  • NOTE: The lot will close one hour after the show

(If there is a Pirate Game the lot has reserved spots at the $7 rate, if you show your ticket or say you are seeing the show.)



Our 13th season


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In the News…

‘Small Engine Repair’ and ‘American Falls’ were named to the Post-Gazette’s  year end ‘Best Of’ list

barebones Artistic Director Patrick Jordan was named Performer of the Year

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barebones productions is…

a Pittsburgh theatre company whose mission is to facilitate the growth of local theater artists through the production of challenging, entertaining, thought-provoking plays and to attract new young theater audiences by employing minimal production elements for maximum impact.


Plays produced by barebones productions include:

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Small Engine Repair by John Pollono, November 2015

American Falls by Miki Johnson, May 2015

A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams, November/December 2014

A Steady Rain by Keith Huff, January 2014

The Motherfucker With the Hat by Stephen Adly Guirgis, November 2013

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Jesus Hopped the A Train by Stephen Adly Guirgis, January 2012

barebones killer joe 2010

Killer Joe by Tracy Letts, June 2010

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Glengarry Glen Ross by David Mamet, November 2009

barebones take me out 2008

Take Me Out by Richard Greenberg, June 2008

Cherry Smoke (World Premier) by James McManus, August 2007 @Edinburgh Fringe in Edinburgh Scotland

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BUG by Tracy Letts, February 2007

barebones the grey zone 2006

The Grey Zone by Tim Blake Nelson, 2006

barebones frozen 2005

Frozen by Bryony Lavery, 2005

barebones the glory of living 2005

The Glory of Living by Rebecca Gilman, 2005

barebones this is our youth 2004

This Is Our Youth by Kenneth Lonergan, 2004

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Bash: Latterday Plays by Neil Labute, 2003




We are in the process of receiving our not for profit status. While we await the status, our fiscal sponsor

Braddock Redux has agreed to accept donations on our behalf. These funds will go directly to barebones productions.

*Please make all checks payable to BRADDOCK REDUX and put in the the memo field “for barebones productions.”

*Mail all checks to

7056 Meade Place Pittsburgh, PA 15208



Jesus Hopped the A Train

April 5, 2013

barebones’ production of Jesus Hopped the A Train (January 2012) was named to the 10 BEST PLAYS of 2012 by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

Glengarry Glen Ross

November 9, 2011

barebones’ production of GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS (November 2009) was named to the 10 BEST PLAYS of 2009 by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.

Take Me Out

November 9, 2011

barebones’ production of TAKE ME OUT (June 2008) was named to several year end BEST OF and TOP 10 lists: 10 BEST PLAYS of 2008 by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Top 10 Plays of 2008 by The Washington Observer Reporter, and the Pittsburgh City City Paper’s BEST OF 2008 list.


November 9, 2011

barebones production of Bug by Tracy Letts was named the Tribune Review’s Top 10 List for 2007.