Hal Willner Legacy at St. Ann's, A Snapshot

Susan Feldman, the board and staff of St. Ann’s Warehouse; Janine Nichols and all the former staff members of Arts at St. Ann’s, mourn the loss of our dear friend Hal Willner, music producer extraordinaire, unbounded creative force, consummate aficionado of eclectic, exquisite musical taste and 1950’s TV. From our beginnings, he worked a wondrous alchemy of artists and concepts in Halloween and tribute concerts of lasting and elegant impact. Harry Smith Project, Greetings from Tim Buckley, among many, changed lives. A seeming chaos was always the special sauce in a Hal Willner show. We will miss you, dear soul. We offer our sincerest support and love to Sheila and Arlo.

Dear Patrons, Friends, and Family of St. Ann’s Warehouse,

With deep concern for your health and safety, and that of our artists, audiences, and staff, we join with our industry colleagues to do what we can to help contain and manage the current spread of the COVID-19 virus.

Therefore, with both sadness and great resolve to move forward later in the season, we are postponing the return of THE JUNGLE to St. Ann’s Warehouse, as well as Opening Night and other production-related events. Our offices will be open remotely but the building will be closed until further notice.

For those of you who have bought your tickets already, our Box Office staff will be in touch over the coming weeks. You can also email boxoffice@stannswarehouse.org. Thank you for your patience as they assist all ticket holders.

The shared message of THE JUNGLE is as vital as ever. We are one community. We wish you safe care and look forward to being with you again soon.

Please continue to watch our website for updates about THE JUNGLE and all things St. Ann’s.

Warmly,

Susan Feldman, Artistic Director and the St. Ann’s team