February 17–20

 

For the past two years, throughout the pandemic, the hand-picked artists of St. Ann’s Puppet Lab have toiled virtually—tirelessly creating and pushing the envelope on experimentation within the form. Now, finally, live and in person, they and their puppets are ready for their debut!

 

$20 in advance | $25 at the door | COMBO OFFER Both programs for $35
*Standard Box Office fees apply and are not included in ticket prices. Fees are waived for St. Ann’s Warehouse Members.

 


ST. ANN’S WAREHOUSE HEALTH & SAFETY
To reach full capacity, masks and proof of full vaccination will be required at the time of entry into the theater. Booster shots are not required for PUPPET LAB, but are strongly recommended. Read our full health and safety policies HERE.

 

AGE ADVISORY
For adults and children 12 and over.



PROGRAM A
THURS, FEB 17 | 7:30PM
SAT, FEB 19 | 7:30PM
SUN, FEB 20 | 2:00PM

The Rest of It
By Chris Green
Erin K. Orr, Rowan Magee, SJ Munford, and Chris Green

The Human Dream Project
By Admiral Grey
Liz Oakley, Rachael Shane, Camille Cooper, Natthew Marvan, Nikki Calonge

Outside In
By Jenny Lai
Becky Baumwoll, Nick Abeel

Who’s Oklahoma
Created/performed by Joseph Silovsky
Sound Design, Catherine McRae

 

Run Time: Program A is 80 minutes, with no intermission.


PROGRAM B
FRI, FEB 18 | 7:30PM
SAT, FEB 19 | 2:00PM
SUN, FEB 20 | 7:30PM

Strange Bird
Created/performed by Rosa Douglas, Ben Elling, Travis Joseph Wright, Ayumu ‘Poe’ Saegusa, Kasper Klop, Al Strong

High Gothic Pageantry LLC
Created/performed by Tyler Gunther

Remedy
Created/performed by Yuliya Tsukerman
Music by Thomas Echols

Bill’s 44th
Created/performed by Andy Manjuck and Dorothy James, with John Riddleberger

 

Run Time: Program B is 2 hours with one 15-minute intermission.

 

 

Robin Frohardt and Lake Simons, Lab Directors

 


Donald A. Pels Charitable Trust, J.L. Greene Arts Access Fund in The New York Community Trust, The JKW Foundation, 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.