Welcome to another year of remarkable artistry from companies of diverse imagination and epic vision. This season, St. Ann’s Warehouse expands focus on open borders and international collaborations, presenting six American Premieres from all over the map — the UK, Ireland, Germany, South Africa, Canada, and Greece — to the New York stage. Together, we capture a world in flux – artists wrestling with addiction as a means for escape, ritualized chaos as a cure for isolation, memoir as meditation for social change, protest in the face of flawed history, and winged flight toward utopia.
It’s going to be lively, noisy, and exotic in living color – all the ingredients of a full recipe for thought.
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Free panel discussions featuring some of the most innovative work and pressing issues in photography today, including a special one-on-one conversation with former Chief Official White House Photographer Pete Souza.
All panels are free and open to the public, but seating is limited! For a full list of events and to register, visit photoville.com
“Jeremy rang to say, ‘I’ve got this great play, can I send it to you?’ At that point, it opened with a woman falling through space, past the stars and clouds, then landing bang on a gurney, and suddenly she’s in a club. I wasn’t even halfway through before I texted Jeremy and said, ‘I really really want to do this.’”
Photo: Johan Persson
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Each spring, St. Ann’s Warehouse showcases a series of works-in-progress developed over the course of a year in our Puppet Lab. Now in its 18th year, St. Ann’s Puppet Lab is an experimental haven for artists making interdisciplinary puppet and object theater.
Photo: Richard Termine
The American premiere of Duncan Macmillan’s acclaimed play
opens St. Ann’s Warehouse 2017-18 Season
“Denise Gough, who originated the role of Emma and won an Oliver Award in 2016, will reprise her performance in the New York mounting from October 19-November 19. The work is a collaboration between St. Ann’s Warehouse, the National Theatre, and Headlong, in association with Bryan Singer Productions.”
Photo: Sam Irons
The exhibit chronicles a collaborative music project between musicians living in the UK and musicians living in the temporary refugee camps of Northern France.
The Studio at St. Ann’s Warehouse
Gallery Hours: Tues-Fri, 2-6pm; Sat-Sun, 11am-2pm, 5-7pm