The Brooks Foundation
PNC Charitable Trusts
Hiawatha Project is honored to be supported by The Brooks Foundation, the PNC Charitable Trusts for the Production of JH: Mechanics of a Legend.  Such support is granted to organizations that are part of the arts and culture.




Bill Krowinski and the rest of the company at Bootstrap Design Co are behind our exciting new posters for JH: Mechanics of a Legend!


We are proud to be the recipient of the prestigious Opportunity Fund Grant which awards grants to organizations and initiatives that advance the arts, and social and economic justice.
heinz endowments.pngThrough its Small Arts Initiative, The Heinz Endowments awarded us a grant in support of production of JH: Mechanics of a Legend.  We are excited to promote their mission of helping our region prosper as a vibrant center of creativity, learning, and social, economic, and environmental sustainability.


The Pittsburgh Foundation, through its programming fund for the August Wilson Center, has awarded us a $50,000 grant in support of a production of JH:Mechanics of a Legend at the August Wilson Center in early 2017.


The Pennsylvania Council on the Arts (PCA), through its Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA) regional partnership with the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council (GPAC) has awarded us a Project Stream grant in support of JH: Mechanics of a Legend.

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The New Hazlett Theater selected JH: Mechanics of a Legend to be one of the performances in their 2014/2015 CSA Series.  The Community Supported Art (CSA) program is an exciting subscription series that supports local artists in the creation of new work and establishes new relationships with local patrons. Based on the Community Supported Agriculture model, New Hazlett’s CSA series allows patrons to support local artists by purchasing a ‘share’ and in turn receive access to fresh, new works of art.

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