St. Ann’s Warehouse presents

Directed by Zack Winokur         Thomas Bartlett, Music Director


SEPT 21 – OCT 3, 2021

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Proof of full vaccination will be required with your ticket at the time of entry into the theater. “Fully vaccinated” means that you received your final dose at least 14 days before your performance date. NY State Excelsior Pass or a hard copy or photo of your Vaccination Card will be accepted. To learn more about our health and safety policies CLICK HERE.

“The greatest cabaret artist of [their] generation” (The New Yorker) and “the vocally brilliant and dramatically fearless countertenor” (The New York Times) join forces to celebrate their differences. Whether invoking mythology or nature, romance or radical compassion, Justin Vivian Bond and Anthony Roth Costanzo carve new pathways between opera and politically subversive cabaret — two art forms that, as Bond puts it, “have been kept alive for generations by queens.” There is humor in the clashing of styles, pathos in the depth of expression, and a galvanizing joy in the harmony of purpose that allows old works to reveal surprising new stories. Under the music direction of Thomas Bartlett and staging by Zack Winokur, these concerts are a preview of a soon-to-be-released Decca Records US studio album. JVB and ARC intermingle their distinct vocal gifts around legendary works like Purcell’s 17th century aria “Dido’s Lament” to Dido’s early 2000s radio hit “White Flag,” and “Autumn Leaves” to “Don’t Give Up.” Think historical to hysterical; countertenor to counterculture.

Runtime: 90 minutes, no intermission
Limit of 4 tickets per order

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Presented by St. Ann’s Warehouse in association with
Justin Vivian Bond | Anthony Roth Costanzo | Zack Winokur

Music Director: Thomas Bartlett
Set Design by Carlos Soto
Lighting Design by John Torres
Sound Design by David Schnirman

Production Support: Andrew J. Martin-Weber

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, 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.

Originally commissioned and developed, in part, in residence with Live Arts Bard at the Fisher Center at Bard, with the support of Amanda Joy Rubin.