THE JUNGLE Returns to St. Ann’s Warehouse! Starts APR 2, 2020


Last winter, the acclaimed Good Chance production of The Jungle sold out at St. Ann’s Warehouse. This Spring, after taking London, New York, and San Francisco by storm, this multi-award-winning production returns to St. Ann’s, launching a U.S. tour. 

Take a seat in the Afghan Flag restaurant. Break bread with the resilient refugees and volunteers who, in a freezing, inhospitable environment, built a warm, self-governing society out of nothing. The Jungle evokes an improvised refugee camp in Calais, France where thousands of adults and children fleeing drought, war, and civil strife sought their “good chance” passage to the U.K. By putting a human face on a global crisis, The Jungle asks why those in severe need must face great danger when crossing borders in their search for safety. The Jungle offers empathy and compassion in place of fear and punishment.


St. Ann’s Warehouse 40th Anniversary Season

In a Milestone 2019-2020 Season, We Are Excited to Introduce Outstanding International Artists and Productions, Including:

• Schaubühne Berlin’s HISTORY OF VIOLENCE, Adapted From Édouard Louis’ Piercing Autobiographical Novel, Directed by Thomas Ostermeier (November 13-December 1, 2019)

• Monologist Daniel Kitson’s Timely Return to St. Ann’s Warehouse with KEEP (December 4-19, 2019)

• The Gate Theatre Dublin Production of HAMLET, Featuring a Searing American Theatrical Debut by Academy Award Nominee Ruth Negga (Loving), Directed by Yaël Farber (Beginning February 1, 2020)

The Good Chance Production of THE JUNGLE (Starts April 2, 2020) American Express® Presale now through October 15!

Tony-Winner ‘Oklahoma!’ ON Broadway!

An intimately staged and darkly revisionist revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! that enjoyed a critically acclaimed and sold-out run at St. Ann’s Warehouse is the Tony Award  winner of Best Revival.

The production, which originated in 2015 at Bard College’s SummerScape festival 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.

Tony Awards: Best Revival of a Musical, Ali Stroker, Best Featured Actress in a Musical
Obie Award: The Director and Creative Team, Oklahoma
Chita Rivera Award: Gabrielle Hamilton, Outstanding Female Dancer in a Broadway Show
Drama Desk Awards: Ali Stroker, Outstanding Actress in a Musical & Daniel Kluger, Outstanding Orchestrations
Outer Critics Circle Awards: Daniel Kluger, Outstanding Orchestrations