A Night with The Nation Featuring Alicia Garza, Katrina vanden Heuvel, Rosanne Cash, and Bill Moyers!

Join The Nation at St. Ann’s Warehouse from 6:30PM-9:30PM on June 4 to support independent journalism! Enjoy incredible entertainment, rousing speeches and the community of fellow progressives along with food, cocktails and a silent auction. All proceeds support The Nation’s journalism. Purchase your tickets today and use the code EARLYBIRD at checkout to receive a $100 discount! This offer expires Friday, April 19.  

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Labapalooza! tickets on sale now

A Mini-Festival of New Puppet Theater from The Lab

MAY 30-JUNE 2 

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Each spring, St. Ann’s Warehouse showcases works-in-progress developed over the course of a year in our Puppet Lab. Now in its 20th year, St. Ann’s Puppet Lab is an experimental haven for artists making interdisciplinary puppet and object theater.

RESOURCE CENTER: Learn what you can do to help

During The Jungle, we launched our Resource Center. Click through to learn about organizations in our community working to improve the lives of immigrants, as well as ways you can support refugees.

Acclaimed ‘Oklahoma!’ NOW ON Broadway!

An intimately staged and darkly revisionist revival of “Oklahoma!” that enjoyed a critically acclaimed and sold-out Off Broadway run will transfer to Broadway this season.

The production, which originated in 2015 at Bard College’s SummerScapefestival and then was staged this fall at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn, will begin previews on March 19 and open on April 7 at Circle in the Square, which is the only theater-in-the-round on Broadway.

Set in Indian Territory in the early 20th century, just before Oklahoma became a state, the influential Rodgers and Hammerstein musical depicts a love triangle unfolding against the backdrop of a transforming nation.

The new production, at once joyful and menacing, is directed by the experimental theater veteran Daniel Fish and features countrified arrangements of the classic score performed by a small onstage band.
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