Driftless tells the story of a family living in Washington, PA where fracking is taking place. The play follows the family through trials and tribulations that are presumably the results of living with air and water that have been polluted by fracking. Saint Peter and Saint Barbara narrate the family’s experiences while providing valuable insights about the effect that fracking can have on our own lives, families, and futures.
8 p.m. Thursday to Saturday, and 2 p.m. on Sunday at the New Hazlett Theater (6 Allegheny Square East, 15212, theatre phone 412-320-4610). Lobby opens an hour before showtime (there will be lots to see and do). The play runs 100 minutes, including a 10-minute intermission. Free street parking, and $7 (cash only) parking at the Allegheny Health Network garage. Tickets $15.00 advance; $20.00 at the door. More info about Driftless and the Hatch Art Collective here.