New Hazlett Theater is a beautiful historic wedding venue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. This performance art space is the perfect venue to host a unique wedding event. It offers plenty of stage space for your wedding, truly putting you in the spotlight for your big day. With an exceptional staff and bar service, you’ll be treated like the stars from the moment you book your wedding at New Hazlett Theater. This venue is perfect for the couple who wants a unique alternative for their wedding venue that is still elegant and affordable.
Facilities and Capacity
The New Hazlett Theater offers diverse venue space to make any style wedding come to life. Their black box theater offers plenty of stage space to accommodate a wedding ceremony or reception with up to 150 guests. This setting can be transformed into a contemporary, industrial-style ambiance or a more classic elegance. The venue also offers their lobby area which is perfect for cocktail hour. The lobby has a historic charm, with old brick walls, chandeliers, and access to the outdoor patio for more cocktail seating. For the couple, the New Hazlett Theater has old Hollywood-esque dressing rooms and a rehearsal room which can be used for the first look.
New Hazlett Theater is a full-service venue offering all the amenities of a traditional venue set amongst the history and majesty of the theatre. Their event staff will help plan and prepare for your event with the utmost professionalism. They are experienced in all event types, and will guarantee that your wedding is seamless and completely unique. New Hazlett Theater is equipped with professional sound and light systems, as well as a full bar in the lobby. They offer a full bar service with professional bartenders to serve your guests and even create your own signature drink.
The New Hazlett Theater building was built in 1889, serving as the nation’s first Carnegie Music Hall. It was dedicated by President Benjamin Harrison, and was used for several decades as a music hall, and them a Carnegie Free Library. The building was renamed in 1980 to honor patron Theodore L. Hazlett Jr., who made a major impact on the city’s arts and culture, as well as playing an active role in politics. The building went through several uses until it was renovated in 2004 to serve as the New Hazlett Theater.
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