Last season, the 14,000-square-foot space in Brooklyn saw productions of Les Freres Corbusier's Hell House, the Gate Theatre London's Woyzeck, and the live premiere of Lou Reed's Berlin, among other new works.
St. Ann's Warehouse 2007-2008 season (subject to change) follows:
St. Ann's co-presents as part of the New York Catalan Festival. Sculptor and painter Barceló teams with choreographer and dancer Nadj on a new work where "dance, visual art, mime, performance art and theatre converge."
Two productions (performed in repertory and in English) taken from "hundreds of personal interviews with Muslim men and women... intermixing live music, dance and film."
"Black Watch follows the dissembling of Scotland's most esteemed regiment over the course of its final tour in Iraq, written from the personal testimonies of ten men on the ground. John Tiffany directs.
Celebrating Beckett's 100th birthday, the Dublin company's "festival of performances, readings, and master classes" will come to St. Ann's.
The Tiger Lillies Suicide for Christmas (Dec. 13-15)
Following sold-out annual Halloween shows, this troupe will premiere "a characteristically wicked set of holiday songs." The group includes Martyn Jacques (vocals, accordion), Adrian Stout (bass) and Adrian Huge (percussion). Antony's The Crying Light (April 3-6, 2008)
Commissioned by St. Ann's Warehouse, the new work from choreographer Antony (of Antony and the Johnsons) is "a new song cycle that revolves around polarities – male and female, life and death, darkness and light." Using "an off beat ensemble of vocals, strings, acoustic guitar, percussion and piano," The Crying Light features a score and lyrics written by Antony, in collaboration with composer/arranger, Nico Muhly.
TR Warszawa's Macbeth (June 2-30, 2008)
Grzegorz Jarzyna directs the work from Poland's young theatre company TR Warszawa, which will perform outdoors, across the street from St. Ann's, in the Tobacco Warehouse on the Brooklyn Waterfront. His work brings "multi-media theatre to the limit, with contemporary images of modern, ritualistic warfare, technology and intrigue." The production utilizes a multi-tiered, three-chambered set and an underscore of original composition, pop songs, sound effects and spoken text. Tickets to shows at St. Ann's Warehouse, 38 Water St. (between Main and Dock St.) in Brooklyn, New York, are available by calling (718) 254-8779 or online at artsatstanns.org.