St. Ann’s Warehouse and Pomegranate Arts present

A 24-Decade History of Popular Music

SEP 15–OCT 8, 2016

Tickets on sale now!


WED 22 JUN 2016

2016–17 Season Highlights Announcement

St. Ann’s Warehouse, having just concluded an immensely successful inaugural season in its “stunning” (New York Magazine), “gorgeous” (The New Yorker) new theater on the Brooklyn Bridge Park waterfront, kicks off its 2016–17 season with the World Premiere of Taylor Mac’s A 24-Decade History of Popular Music. Eminent avant-gardist Penny Arcade brings her solo show, Longing Lasts Longer, a fierce, visionary and hopeful critique of gentrification. British monologist Daniel Kitson returns with Mouse: The Persistence of an Unlikely Thought (November 8–27), a new work “about friendship and loneliness, doubt and hope, a mouse, a phone call and the unfathomable repercussions of everything we ever do.” London’s Donmar Warehouse presents the American Premiere of The Tempest (January 13–February 12, 2017), the third and final work in director Phyllida Lloyd’s revelatory all-female trilogy of Shakespeare plays. And Kneehigh, Cornwall’s beloved theatrical alchemists, and director Emma Rice, return with 946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips, (March 1–April 9, 2017), adapted by Rice and War Horse author Michael Morpurgo.