Extended by popular demand!
St. Ann’s Warehouse presents
a Good Chance Theatre co-production with the National Theatre and Young Vic
By Joe Murphy & Joe Robertson
Directed by Stephen Daldry & Justin Martin
DEC 4-JAN 27
Tickets start at $36
Major production support of The Jungle provided by The JKW Foundation, The Ford Foundation, Good Chance Theatre, SHS Foundation, Curtis Cravens and Martha Berry, Jolie and Gabriel Schwartz, The British Council, Antonia and David Belt, Nancy and Chad Dickerson, Leyli Zohrenejad, and Alexander Leff, with additional support from Maxine Isaacs, Matthew Putman, Naomi and Pedro Torres-Mackie, John Johnson & Susan Short, Andrew and Susan Weissman, Roy and Melissa Salamé, Scott Cohen and Liz Sherman.
The world premiere of The Jungle at Young Vic in December 2017 was a Young Vic and National Theatre co-production with Good Chance Theatre. The Jungle was originally commissioned by the National Theatre, supported by Glenn and Phyllida Earle and Clive and Sally Sherling.
In London’s West End, The Jungle is lead produced by Sonia Friedman Productions and Tom Kirdahy, Hunter Arnold.
When Does a Place Become Home?
PHOTO EXHIBITION | DEC 11 – JAN 27 | FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Produced and curated in partnership with United Photo Industries.
Free & open to the public in the St. Ann’s Warehouse lobby:
Monday-Wednesday & Friday 2pm-6pm
The number of displaced persons in the world has reached its highest level in modern history, driven by endless cycles of conflict, crushing poverty, and indiscriminate violence. These visual stories are a hard look at the complexities of immigration and migration, capturing the experiences of people worldwide embarking on perilous journeys to find safety in new homes or temporary stops along the way. Featuring the photographs of six international and acclaimed artists and photojournalists currently working on the front lines of the world’s migrant crisis, from the original Calais Jungle to Serbia to the US Southern borders: Miguel Amortegui, Sarah Hickson, Omar Imam, John Moore, Abdul Saboor and Griselda San Martin, plus artwork from the Good Chance Dome and The Nation.
NIGHTS OF HOPE IN THE GOOD CHANCE DOME
Post-show Performances, Talks and Panel Discussions
VoicesOn Talkback | TUE DEC 11
Following the 7:30 pm performance, post-show conversation with
members of the cast and creative team.
An Evening with The Nation | SUN JAN 13
Post-show panel discussion with writers from The Nation.
An Evening with David Miliband | WED JAN 16
Post-show conversation with David Miliband, President and CEO
of the International Rescue Committee. Presented in partnership
with the British Council and the American Associates of the
Student Matinee & Youth Empowerment Day | THURS JAN 17