JULIUS CAESAR
MAY 31, 7pm | JUNE 1-3, 1pm

Shakespeare’s raw and searing study of power takes us deep into a dangerous world of conspiracy, assassination and retribution. Runtime: 2 hours
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HENRY IV
JUNE 1-3, 4pm

Traveling to the heart of family, duty and country, Shakespeare’s monumental history play asks what makes a father, and what makes a king.
Runtime: 2 hours
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THE TEMPEST
JUNE 1-3, 8pm

Harriet Walter plays Prospero in Shakespeare’s epic evocation of the consequence of confinement and the eternal struggle for liberation and justice.
Runtime: 2 hours
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$20 each

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Pick your own dates to see all 3 films | $55

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See all 3 films in 1 day | $50



“One of the most important theatrical events of the last twenty years”
The Observer

Director Phyllida Lloyd’s arresting live productions of JULIUS CAESAR, HENRY IV and THE TEMPEST come to the big screen!

Against the backdrop of a women’s prison, Harriet Walter, “one of the best Shakespeareans alive” (The Guardian), leads a fierce all-female cast, empowered to play the parts originally writ for men. The trio of films make their American Premiere in this weekend long film festival at St. Ann’s Warehouse!


Reviews: Shakespeare Trilogy

This all-female stage version of Shakespeare crackles with energy... Lloyd's camerawork is creative, using iPhone footage and GoPros alongside more traditional cinematography to create a sense of immediacy
–THE GUARDIAN

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A striking cinematic experience
–THE STAGE

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This is dynamic theatre, much more close-up and urgent than event cinema... It's exhilarating to be shown a Shakespeare which is tangibly alive on screen
–THE SCREEN INTERNATIONAL

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There's a quirky earthiness, comic grit, and fiercely choreographed punch in this splendid multi-ethnic cast which has no weak link….brilliantly bracing...
–THE INDEPENDENT

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A strong, imaginative concept, which casts a whole new light on the play.
–CLOSE-UP FILM

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A triumphant project… A celebration of the fertile possibilities of breaking free of conventional casting.
–EVENING STANDARD

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Learn More: Shakespeare Trilogy

Film introduction from Director Phyllida Lloyd and Harriet Walter
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Translating the Stage to Film: An interview with Director Phyllida Lloyd
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Radio interview with Harriet Walter about 'Trilogy on Screen'
Listen here>>


In the Year of #MeToo and “Time’s Up”
St. Ann’s Warehouse Brings Back

FEMALE EMPOWERMENT DAY

FRIDAY, JUNE 1
9 AM – 3:30 PM
St. Ann’s Warehouse
Brooklyn, NY

Organized in conjunction with Shakespeare Trilogy on Screen

FREE FOR NYC DOE STUDENTS

DETAILS

Building on our ongoing partnerships with St. Ann’s and the Donmar Warehouse, Join Donmar Discover Theatre Maker, Jordana Golbourn for Female Empowerment Day. Over the course of the day young women from NYC public high schools will explore the Donmar Warehouse’s all-female Julius Caesar and attend a film screening. The workshop will focus on the play’s plot, character and themes – power and ambition, conspiracy and retribution; look at staging and speaking Shakespeare; and address empowerment, confidence and finding one’s voice with experienced professional women.

Workshop & Screening Schedule

9:00 AM        EMPOWERMENT WORKSHOP

12:00 PM       LUNCH

1:00 PM         SCREENING OF JULIUS CAESAR, Runtime – 2 hours

3:00 PM         Q&A

3:30 PM         PROGRAM CONCLUDES

 

To participate visit: https://goo.gl/forms/1ZbBlwi7lwjZPqVM2

Respond by Friday, May 18:  First Reply, First Confirm, Limited Places, No Cost

Maximum Number of Students per Class for the Workshop:   6

 

Teachers with students in the Empowerment Workshop are invited to bring their full class to the Julius Caesar Screening at 1 PM.  

 Questions?: Contact marilynn@stannswarehouse.org or 718-834-8794 x117

To sign up, click here.