1. Where is DUMBO?
Perhaps the city’s most enchanting new neighborhood, DUMBO describes the area “Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass,” on the Brooklyn waterfront. ABOUT DUMBO
2. Is there parking in DUMBO?
On-street parking is an option if you have plenty of time, and there are several garages in the area. PARKING/CAR SERVICES
3. Are there any places to eat in DUMBO?
There are many restaurants and bars in the area offering a variety of fare in a broad price range. RESTAURANTS & BARS
4. How do I buy tickets?
Tickets are available for purchase online or by calling the Box Office at 718.254.8779. BUY TICKETS NOW
5. Accessibility at St. Ann’s Warehouse
Our staff is committed to providing the best service to all of our patrons.
Please note: DUMBO is a beautiful historic neighborhood, and many streets and sidewalks contain cobblestones and trolly tracks. The theater entrance can be accessed via Old Dock and New Dock Streets, and our front door is on the park side of the building. DUMBO offers many street parking locations nearby. Click here for more information about parking and here for detailed directions.
6. Do you offer student or senior discounts?
Special ticket offers vary. Please call the Box Office at 718.254.8779 or click BUY TICKETS for more information.
7. Can I volunteer as an usher?
No, our house staff no longer uses volunteer ushers, but please click on WORK WITH US to view a list of available opportunities.
8. Can I rent St. Ann’s Warehouse for a special event or presentation?
9. May I submit a proposal for consideration by the St. Ann’s Warehouse artistic staff?
No. St. Ann’s Warehouse has a small and very busy staff; therefore, we do not respond to unsolicited materials and accept no responsibility for their return.
10. How do I get on your e-mail list?
To receive regular updates on performances, notice of special offers, and more, fill out the mailing list form found at the bottom of this page.
11. How do I get involved with the Puppet Lab?
12. How long have you been at the Tobacco Warehouse?
We left our first home in the National Landmark Church of St. Ann and the Holy Trinity on Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights in August 2000. A former spice milling factory was donated by Two Trees Management through the generosity of David, Jane and Jed Walentas, and St. Ann’s Warehouse opened its doors in DUMBO in October 2001 at 38 Water Street. Since then, we’ve prided ourselves on having been the lynchpin in establishing DUMBO as a vital cultural destination. We moved to 29 Jay Street in the fall of 2012 and out again at the end of the 2014-2015 season (June 2015). We moved into our new permanent home, the Tobacco Warehouse at 45 Water Street in Brooklyn Bridge Park, in the Fall of 2015. HISTORY
13. Are you related to Saint Ann’s School or St. Ann’s Church?
St. Ann’s Church was our former home on Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights from 1980-2000 (see above). We have never been related to Saint Ann’s School in an official way, although the school uses the Church as its auditorium, and in the past, we have programmed together. St. Ann’s renowned stained glass studio was re-established independently as the Brooklyn Stained Glass Conservation Center at 55 Washington Street here in DUMBO, under the direction of conservator David Fraser. Please call 718.643.9772 for more information on their work.
14. How do I make a donation to St. Ann’s Warehouse?
15. Who do I contact if I have questions about the show?
16. Who do I contact if I lost something at the theater?
Please contact the Box Office at 718.834.8794 to report or inquire about a missing item.
St. Ann’s is taking extensive measures to create a gentle, low-risk environment with you, as we reunite to enjoy the performing arts together again live. With guidance from NY City and the NY State Department of Health, here are some of the things we can do to rebuild our community: