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Frantic Assembly

Mark Taper Forum at LA’s Centre Theatre Group 50th Anniversary

MCC Theatre

St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn

The Everyman Theatre

Boston Playwrights’ Theatre

1st Stage Theater

59 E 59 Theater

Young Vic of London

Theatre Huntsville

Dance Place in Washington, D.C.

Alabama School of Fine Arts 50th Year Celebration

Rennie Harris at Baltimore Center Stage

Ronald Rand’s new book “CREATE! How Extraordinary People Live to Create and Create to Live”

What is FAFA? The Florence Academy of Fine Arts in Alabama

Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance – London’s International Drama School

Alabama Music Hall Of Fame

Historic Zodiac Playhouse — The “Z” in Florence, Alabama

Shoals Symphony Orchestra at UNA

“Grand Ball in the Belle Epoch” – Edwardian Period Style Salon

Julie Budd

St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn

St. Ann’s Warehouse serves as an artistic home for international companies of distinction, playing a vital role on the global cultural landscape as an artistic home for international companies of distinction, American avant-garde masters and talented emerging artists.

Under the vision of St. Ann’s founder and Artistic Director Susan Feldman, among the many acclaimed St. Ann’s productions include Lou Reed and John Cale’s “Songs for ’Drella,” Marianne Faithfull’s “Blazing Away,” “Band in Berlin,” Carter Burwell, Charlie Kaufman and the Coen Brothers’ “Theater of the New Ear,” The Wooster Group’s “Hamlet,” “The Emperor Jones,” “To You, the Birdie!,” Mark Rylance’s “Measure for Measure” and “Nice Fish,” Mabou Mines’ “DollHouse,” Lou Reed’s “Berlin,” Cynthia Hopkins’ “Accidental Trilogy,” Enda Walsh’s “The Last Hotel,” “The Walworth Farce” and “Misterman" with Cillian Murphy, TR Warszawa’s “Macbeth,” “Festen,” and “4:48 Psychosis,” The National Theatre of Scotland’s “Black Watch” and “Let The Right One In.”

Other productions also include the American debuts of Jeff Buckley, Daniel Kitson and Kate Tempest, Yael Farber’s “Mies Julie,” Dmitry Krymov’s “Opus No. 7,” Emma Rice/Kneehigh’s “Brief Encounter,” “Tristan & Yseult,” The Donmar Warehouse and Phyllida Lloyd’s all-female “Shakespeare Trilogy,” Tricycle Theatre’s “Red Velvet,” and the Young Vic’s “A Streetcar Named Desire,” London’s Donmar Warehouse production of “The Tempest,” “946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips,” “Arlington,” “A 24-Decade History of Popular Music,” “In Your Face, New York,” “Mouse, The Persistence of an Unlikely Thought,” and “Longing Lasts Longer.”

“Dangerous Dreams: The Mind Blowing World of Bunny Chrisitie”

Their current season includes:  The National Theatre/Headlong Production of  the American premiere of “People, Places & Things” written by Duncan MacMillan, directed by Jeremy Herrin; “Hear Their There Here,” created by Geoff Sobelle. sound design by Gareth Fry, app design by Jesse Garrison; and “Sounds Unseen, a Photographic Memoir of The Calais Sessions” by Sarah Hickson.

For info: St. Ann’s Warehouse Brooklyn Bridge Park 45 Water St., dumbo, Brooklyn, NY (718) 254-8779, 866-811-4111, info@stannswarehouse.org


 

 


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