St. Ann’s Warehouse celebrated the official opening of Duncan Macmillan’s People, Places & Things October 25. The play, a visceral portrait of addiction and a life spinning out of control, arrived Off-Broadway following an acclaimed West End run.
People, Places & Things began performances October 19 at the Brooklyn theatre, and has been extended through December 3. The story follows Emma, a woman struggling to combat her addiction to alcohol and drugs.
Denise Gough is reprising her Olivier Award-winning role as Emma, alongside much of the original London cast. Jeremy Herrin directs.
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The cast is completed by Jacob James Beswick (T/Ensemble), Alistair Cope (Foster), Jacqui Dubois (Jodi/Ensemble), Charlotte Gascoyne (Charlotte/Ensemble), Kevin McMonagle (Paul/Dad), Nathaniel Martello-White (Mark), Barbara Marten (Doctor/Therapist/Mum), Himesh Patel (Shaun/Ensemble), and Laura Woodward (Laura/Ensemble).
The production features set design by Olivier and Tony Award winner Bunny Christie.
Tickets to People, Places & Things can be purchased at StAnnsWarehouse.org, or by calling (718) 254-8779 and (866) 811-4111.