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St. Ann’s Warehouse presents

THE FALL

AMERICAN PREMIERE
MAR 8 – 25, 2018

Tickets start at $31


“EXHILARATING… STIRRING… TRANSPORTING…
AN INFECTIOUS, HEADY JOY…”
– Ben Brantley, The New York Times, Critics’ Pick!


A hit at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe and London’s Royal Court, The Fall was devised collaboratively by a cast of seven actors who recount their experiences as student leaders of the #RhodesMustFall protest movement, which called for the teardown of a colonialist monument on their University of Cape Town campus. Marshaling the power of protest songs and dance, The Fall unpacks discrimination in all forms, exposing the impact of inflammatory iconography, crushing student debt and tuition fees, shedding light on similar debates here in America. The Stage calls the show “a truly ensemble production which has both teeth and heart, and one which stands for student revolt around the world and down the ages.”

WINNER: Fringe First Award at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe Festival
WINNER: The Stage Edinburgh Award 2017
Runtime: Approx. 80 minutes with no intermission


 


Reviews: The Fall

Exhilarating… Giddy... Stirring... An infectious heady joy… A transporting, time-stopping blur of communal triumph…
–THE NEW YORK TIMES, CRITICS' PICK!

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Powerfully driven… A truly ensemble production which has both teeth and heart. And one which stands for student revolt around the world and down the ages.
–THE STAGE

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Blazing passion...tempered by a dose of sobering real-world wisdom. The Fall stands as a stirring testament to their adaptability and fortitude, with lessons that deserve to be heard and absorbed by everyone the world over.
–THEATERMANIA

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Pulses with life… Remarkable
–THE SCOTSMAN

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A blast of passion... These young people... Telling us their truths, crying for their future. I loved it
–THE TIMES

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The Fall fights for the power of all the oppressed in an impressive, heartfelt performance that won’t soon be forgotten.
–EDINBURGH FESTIVALS MAG

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Learn More: The Fall

TV interview with the cast of THE FALL
WATCH HERE>>

Broadway World Interview with THE FALL's Ameera Conrad
READ HERE>>

The Stage interview with South Africa’s Baxter Theatre's Artistic Director Lara Foot
READ HERE>>


SPECIAL EVENTS:

Opening Night | SUN MAR 11

Voices On Talk Back | WED MAR 14

Inside Circle Dinner | TUE MAR 20

Student Matinee and Talkback | THU MAR 22, 2PM