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NOV 11 – DEC 5, 2021

NOV 21, 28, DEC 5 | 5PM ET


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How long have you been here, John?
— I don’t know.
And what’s brought you here?
— That’s difficult to answer.

John Kane is sitting on a hospital gurney, and very shortly a jazz percussionist, two women called Mary, a very old man and a giant lobster will arrive. Then everything will start.

​​Following rave reviews at the Edinburgh International Festival and sold out premiere at the Galway International Arts Festival, Enda Walsh returns to St. Ann’s Warehouse with Medicine, a devastating, funny and absurdist work that shatters the boundary between cast and audience. This “superb production” (The Scotsman), featuring Domhnall Gleeson (Harry Potter, Star Wars), with a sensational cast as Walsh once again shines a light on the darkest corners of our collective stories.

Runtime: 90 minutes, no intermission
Recommended for ages 14+

Reviews: Medicine

Domhnall Gleeson is a force to be reckoned with. This performance cuts you to the bone. It is impossible to look away.

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Superb production ...Heartbreaking … Thrilling
The text is beautifully and bravely teased out by a magnificent cast...

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Domhnall Gleeson is outstanding...
The production is pitch-perfect, hilarious, terrifying and revelatory. Unforgettable.

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Medicine is the drama highlight of the Edinburgh International Festival.

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Flamboyant, funny and surreal...
Played superbly by Domhnall Gleeson...

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Outstanding. Domhnall Gleeson is soul-shuddering… wonderfully explosive Aoife Duffin … Clare Barrett on barnstorming form...

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Learn More: Medicine

"All my plays are about people who haven’t been loved or looked after" Enda Walsh interview with The Guardian

Domnhall Gleeson on swapping the film set for the stage in Enda Walsh's new play -The Irish Times

Enda Walsh — on love, biscuits and his new work ‘Medicine’ Enda Walsh interview with The Financial Times

Special Events:

Opening Night Party | TUES NOV 16

American Express® Card Member Night | WED NOV 17
Please join us for an exclusive American Express® Card Member performance
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Special Member Night | WED DEC 1

Live Broadcast Details:

Live broadcasts of Medicine will take place on Sunday, November 21, 28, and December 5 at 5pm EST. The live broadcasts are available to view only on the performance date and time specified. It is not possible to pause, rewind or re-watch the live broadcast.

After purchasing your ticket you will automatically receive an email confirmation. On the day of the performance, you will receive a second email with your unique access link and instructions to watch the broadcast.

Please note: The broadcasts are only viewable in North America. Tickets can be purchased until 4:00pm ET on the day of each broadcast performance.

St. Ann’s Warehouse presents
Landmark Productions and Galway International Arts Festival production
Written and Directed by Enda Walsh
starring Clare Barrett, Aoife Duffin and Domhnall Gleeson
with Seán Carpio

Set: Jamie Vartan
Sound: Helen Atkinson
Lights: Adam Silverman
Costumes: Joan O’Clery
Composer: Teho Teardo
Live drumming composed and performed by Seán Carpio

Donald A. Pels Charitable Trust, J.L. Greene Arts Access Fund in The New York Community Trust, The JKW Foundation, The NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund in The New York Community Trust, The Shubert Foundation, Booth Ferris Foundation, The Tow Foundation, SHS Foundation.

This season is supported by New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, New York City Council and the New York State Council on the Arts.

St. Ann’s Warehouse is deeply grateful for Senator Charles E. Schumer’s visionary leadership of the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program.