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“Rich food for thought… Infused with anguished passion… A journey that prompts its own, outward-reaching odyssey of self-examination…Mr. Ostermeier … [who seems] not so much to push envelopes as to rip them apart… Smart in expressly theatrical ways… likely to keep talking, and talking, in your head the next morning.”
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Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! will return to New York City in a new immersive production directed by Daniel Fish. Previews will begin September 27 at St. Ann’s Warehouse, which presents the production alongside producer Eva Price.
Inspired by Fish’s 2015 production at Bard College, this reimagined Oklahoma! brings audiences and artists together under the vast canopy of St. Ann’s Warehouse, and makes this classic musical feel as though it were written for today’s America. The Bard production featured a company led by Amber Grey, Damon Daunno, Mary Testa, and Allison Strong, with choreography by John Heginbotham and new music arrangements by Daniel Kluger.
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Photo by Cory Weaver from Bard SumerScape, 2015
In the fall of 2016, the German actress Nina Hoss followed the American presidential campaign up close: She was in New York, shooting the sixth season of “Homeland,” in which she played a fan favorite, the intelligence agent Astrid. It was time to go home to Berlin, where she was scheduled to return to theater; she was considering performing “The Human Voice,” Jean Cocteau’s 1930 monologue that consists entirely of a woman pleading on the phone. But the election of Donald J. Trump changed Ms. Hoss’s plans. READ THE FULL ARTICLE HERE>> | BUY TICKETS>>
St. Ann’s Warehouse presents the American Premiere of Schaubühne Berlin’s Returning to Reims, an adaptation of French author Didier Eribon’s memoir of the same name, directed by Berlin auteur Thomas Ostermeier, February 4-25. This production marks the first collaboration between St. Ann’s and the Schaubühne, whose production of Richard III recently garnered acclaim in BAM’s Next Wave Festival. Eribon’s 2014 book couples an emotional personal story of identity, estrangement and homecoming with the current French political landscape and the rise of nationalism in countries across Europe and in America. In Ostermeier’s adaptation, Homeland star Nina Hoss is an actress in a sound studio recording a voiceover for a documentary about Eribon’s return home to his working-class family after his father’s death.