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St. Ann’s Warehouse and Pomegranate Arts present

A 24-Decade History of Popular Music WORLD PREMIERE

SEP 15−OCT 8, 2016 “a staggering magnum opus” —THE NEW YORK TIMES

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aylor Mac’s glittering performance art concerts chart the (highly) subjective history of popular music and activism 2 WAYS TO SEE SONGS in America from240 the nation’s founding in 1776 to the present day. Created with music director / arranger Matt Ray and featuring costumes by longtime collaborator and costume provocateur Machine Dazzle, this highly anticipated World Premiere will beNight the first time8Mac performsActs—3 the complete 1. Get a Good Sleep: Individual decades 24-decade history in its entirety. each—over 3 weeks. Attend 1 or more of these concerts,

1 24-HOUR MARATHON

or all 8. Just as fabulous as the 24-Hour Marathon! Individual Acts Sep 15–Oct 3 | All begin at 7:30pm Tickets Start at $55 | All 8 for $500 Yes Mary, you and your friends can share.

OR 2. Stay Up All Day and Night: Taylor will perform 1 24-Hour Marathon without intermission. Yes, Mary, we ask you to stay for the entire performance. If you can’t commit to the full duration, we encourage you to choose 1 or more (or all 8!) of the Individual Acts. 24-Hour Marathon Oct 8-9 | Noon–Noon Tickets $400 | Extremely limited Sorry Mary, you cannot share your Marathon ticket.

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aylor Mac’s glittering performance art concerts chart a (highly) subjective history of popular music and activism in America from the nation’s founding in 1776 to the present day. Created with a bevy of collaborators, including music director / arranger Matt Ray, co-director Niegel Smith, 2015 MacArthur Fellow Mimi Lien, lighting designer John Torres, and longtime fellow traveler and costume provocateur, Machine Dazzle. This highly anticipated World Premiere will be the first time Taylor Mac performs the complete 24-decade history in its entirety.

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St. Ann’s Warehouse and Pomegranate Arts present

A 24-Decade History of Popular Music WORLD PREMIERE

SEP 15−OCT 8, 2016 “a staggering magnum opus” —THE NEW YORK TIMES

“Fabulousness can come in many forms, and Taylor Mac seems intent on assuming each and every one of them.” —THE NEW YORK TIMES

ACT I: 1776-1806

Thu Sep 15 Founding Father Drag, Women’s Lib, and Crazy Jane The American Revolution from the perspective of the Yankee Doodle Dandy and an epic battle between drinking songs and early Temperance songs. Starts with an orchestra of 24.

ACT II: 1806-1836

Sat Sep 17 Young Love, Blindfolds, and Murder Ballads Destined for Broadway, this romp through such chestnuts as “Old Oaken Bucket”, “An Apparition of a Dandy” and that #1 hit, “Poor Little Gypsy” is certain to be a surefire sensation, if not the greatest jukebox musical in the history of mankind.

ACT III: 1836-1866

Tue Sep 20 Puppets, Whitman, and Civil War Two men fall in love while escaping slavery; Walt Whitman and Stephen Foster go head to head for title of “Father of the American Song” culminating in the queerest Civil War Reenactment in history.

ACT IV: 1866-1896

Thu Sep 22 Circus, Mikado, and the Oklahoma Land Rush A dinner theater production of The Mikado set on Mars, plus the queerest land grab in history.

ACT VI: 1926-1956

Tue Sep 27 The Depression, Prison Fantasies, and the Atomic Bomb Oh the Depression, ain’t it great… Zoot Suit Riots, Japanese Internment Camps, and white people flee the cities.

ACT VII: 1956-1986 Fri Sep 30 | Sat Oct 1 A March, a Riot, and a Backroom Sex Party

Bayard Rustin’s March on Washington leads to Queer riots; sexual deviance as revolution. Due to popular demand, Act VII will be performed twice.

ACT VIII: 1986-2016

Mon Oct 3 Direct Action, Radical Lesbians, and Originals A community builds itself under siege, radical lesbians avenge, and Taylor performs original songs for 2016.

“Taylor Mac seduces you, breaks your heart, patches it back up again and sews sequins along the scars.” —THE IRISH TIMES

“Mac’s musical survey ... is offered in the spirit Whitman had in mind when he said that he heard America singing.” —THE NEW YORKER A 24-Decade History Of Popular Music at St. Ann’s Warehouse was made possible with funding by Diane L. Max, Andrew J. Martin-Weber, National Endowment for the Arts, New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Theater Project, the Arch and Bruce Brown Foundation, The MAP Fund, a program of Creative Capital, primarily supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

ACT V: 1896-1926

A 24-Decade History Of Popular Music is commissioned in part by Belfast International Arts Festival and 14–18 NOW; Carole Shorenstein Hays, The Curran SF; Carolina Performing Arts, at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Center for the Art of Performance at UCLA; Hancher Auditorium at the University of Iowa; Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts; Melbourne Festival; Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago; International Festival of Arts & Ideas (New Haven); New York Live Arts; OZ Arts Nashville; Stanford Live at Stanford University; University Musical Society of the University of Michigan.

A Jewish tenement, a WWI trench reenactment and a dance-off between 12 ukulele playing Tiny Tims and 12 Charles Dickens Tiny TimS.

This work was developed with the support of the Park Avenue Armory residency program, MASS MoCa (Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art), and the 2015 Sundance Institute Theatre Lab at the Sundance Resort with continuing post-lab dramaturgical support through its initiative with the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Sat Sep 24 Tenements, Trenches, and Speakeasies

Opening Night | THU SEP 15 Inside Circle Dinner | TUE SEP 20


“…a monologuist extraordinaire” —THE NEW YORK TIMES

“…delivers hearty wit and witty heart.” —NEW YORK MAGAZINE

St. Ann’s Warehouse presents

Daniel Kitson Mouse The Persistence of an Unlikely Thought AMERICAN PREMIERE

NOV 9–27, 2016 All Tickets $25

A few years ago, quite suddenly, I thought of something. Something unlikely. An implausible story about a mouse. Since then, whenever starting a new show, faced with the empty page and the endless possibility and the looming deadline I have tried and failed to find a way of telling that particular story. Every structural gambit or presentational conceit feeling both oddly insufficient and insufficiently odd. And so, every time, eventually, I’ve abandoned the mouse and I’ve moved on. I’ve had a different idea, for a different story and I’ve written a different show. This time was no different, again I wanted to tell that story and again I didn’t know how. And then, quite suddenly, I thought of something else. Something equally unlikely. An implausible story about a phone call. And here we are. NOVEMBER

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St. Ann’s Warehouse presents The London Artists Projects production of

PENNY ARCADE

LONGING LASTS LONGER DEC 1−11, 2016 Tickets Start at $35

Opening Night | SUN DEC 4 #SAWPENNYARCADE ON SALE NOW BECOME A MEMBER

Conceived, written and performed by Penny Arcade Co-directed and designed by Steve Zehentner Lighting design by Justin Townsend

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ew York’s undisputed queen of the underground and legendary avant-gardist Penny Arcade brings her rock n’ roll blend of stand-up comedy and memoir to St. Ann’s Warehouse in Longing Lasts Longer—a fierce, visionary and ultimately hopeful critique of New York’s slide from the “city that never sleeps” to the “city that can’t wake up.”

“A meditation on gentrification [that] mixes social criticism and pop culture, history and humor…” —THE NEW YORK TIMES

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St. Ann’s Warehouse and Donmar Warehouse present

DIRECTED BY PHYLLIDA LLOYD | FEATURING HARRIET WALTER AMERICAN PREMIERE

JAN 13−FEB 19, 2017 Tickets Start at $40

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he Donmar Warehouse returns to St. Ann’s with The Tempest, the third and final production of Phyllida Lloyd’s revelatory all-female Shakespeare Trilogy set in a women’s prison and featuring Harriet Walter, “one of the best Shakespeareans alive” (The Guardian), as Prospero.

Opening Night | WED JAN 18 Voices On Talkback | WED JAN 25 Inside Circle Night | WED JAN 25 Inside Circle Dinner | TUE JAN 24 TUE FEB 7 #SAWTHETEMPEST ON SALE NOW BECOME A MEMBER

JANUARY / FEBRUARY

“...a multilayered act of liberation. Prisoners are allowed to roam the wide fields of Shakespeare’s imagination; fine actresses [are given] meaty roles that have been denied them; and we get to climb out of the straitjackets of our traditional perceptions...”

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St. Ann’s Warehouse presents

946: THE AMAZING

STORY OF ADOLPHUS TIPS Adapted by Michael Morpurgo and Emma Rice Directed by Emma Rice

NEW YORK PREMIERE

MAR 16−APR 9, 2017

Tickets Start at $35

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neehigh bring their full arsenal of live music, puppetry, dance and visual hi jinx to this brand new adaptation of the original novel by Michael Morpurgo (War Horse). Directed by Emma Rice (now the Artistic Director of Shakespeare’s Globe) 946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips is the true story of British townsfolk and the American soldiers sent to rehearse the Normandy invasion from their shores. Seen through the eyes of a little girl and her beloved cat, 946 overturns everything we thought we knew about the D-Day landings.

Suitable for adults and brave children 7+ 946 is supported in part by piece by piece productions

CCCC “wonderfully life-affirming… touchingly and gloriously imaginative” —THE TIMES CCCCC “A profoundly moving celebration of love and hope” —THE STAGE

946 is produced by Kneehigh in association with Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Berkeley Repertory Theatre

#SAWKNEEHIGH #AMAZING946 ON SALE TO MEMBERS SEPTEMBER 13 (JOIN TODAY!) ON SALE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC OCTOBER 4

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Opening Night | SUN MAR 19 Voices On Talkback | TUE MAR 21 Inside Circle Night | THU MAR 30 Inside Circle Dinner | THU MAR 23 TUE APR 4


St. Ann’s Warehouse presents A Landmark Productions / Galway International Arts Festival production

Arlington Enda Walsh

Written and Directed by Enda Walsh Choreographed by Emma Martin

CCCC “dance, art and poetry explode in Enda Walsh’s brave new world.”

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waiting room, inside a tower: Isla waits for her number to be called. A young woman finally understands her fate. And a young man faces a stark decision. In a bleak and terrifying world that “echoes Orwell’s 1984” (The Guardian), Enda Walsh and the creative design team behind Misterman and The Last Hotel dare to imagine a strange and tender love story.

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Opening Night | SUN MAY 7 Voices On Talkback | SAT MAY 6 Inside Circle Dinner | TUE MAY 16


Become A Member Guarantee your chance to experience history while we make it! Become a Member and enjoy exclusive perks: BE THE FIRST Choose the best seats at the best prices before they go on sale to the general public. SAVE ON EVERY ORDER Enjoy waived service fees plus an extra 10-15% off every ticket. On average, last year’s Members paid $58 or less per ticket! WE’RE FLEXIBLE Buy tickets now or whenever you choose. Members may exchange tickets at no charge subject to availability. At the $500 level, we provide personal concierge service. 100% TAX-DEDUCTIBLE All Member contributions are fully tax-deductible. Membership is annual, and benefits begin from the moment you join.

BECOME A MEMBER! stannswarehouse.org | 718.254.8779

$65 Membership

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Discounts on all tickets to St. Ann’s shows

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Pre-public sale privileges

Waived service fees

Free ticket exchanges

Pre-show email reminders

Benefits

2 free drink coupons for the show of your choice Recognition online and in the season programs

First round on us: complementary glass of wine at every show

Join The Inside Circle The Super Group of our Most Cherished Patrons!

Help us bring the world’s most imaginative theater to New York City. Many of our most memorable and electrifying productions would never have made it to these shores without the generous support of our Inside Circle donors. Black Watch, Brief Encounter, Let The Right One In, A Streetcar Named Desire, the Donmar Warehouse all-female Shakespeare plays have all landed with the help of folks who took a personal interest in the work. Join today, and you will be welcomed into a close-knit community of art lovers and rewarded with exceptional benefits for our 2016–2017 Season:

WE’LL SAVE YOU A SEAT

BE OUR GUESTS

Receive complimentary house seats to our shows.

Come to Opening Night Parties and exclusive Inside Circle events with artists and creatives.

WE’RE AT YOUR SERVICE Patrick and our development team are here for you with personal attention to all your ticket needs, including last minute exchanges.

TAKE YOUR PLACE AT THE TABLE Enjoy intimate dinners with fellow Inside Circle members and St. Ann’s staff at neighborhood favorite Vinegar Hill House.

To inquire about the Inside Circle, production underwriting and other special giving opportunities please contact Patrick Galvin at 718.834.8794 ext. 114, or patrick@stannswarehouse.org. To join online please visit stannswarehouse.org/InsideCircle.


Thank You (Donors of $10,000 and above as of August 10, 2016)

LEAD INTERNATIONAL SPONSOR Bloomberg Philanthropies

MAJOR SEASON SUPPORT Howard Gilman Foundation

LEADERSHIP

American Express Booth Ferris Foundation Charina Endowment Fund Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Ford Foundation Ann LeClaire Fund Diane and Adam E. Max* The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation New York City Department of Cultural Affairs The Joseph S.* and Diane H. Steinberg Charitable Trust

INDIVIDUALS

Anonymous (1) Jody and John Arnhold Chad* and Nancy Dickerson Susan Feldman Blake and Andrew Foote* Elise and Eric Girardin Mark and Elizabeth Gormley* Hank* and Karoly Gutman Ruth and Stephen Hendel* Stephanie and Timothy Ingrassia Andre* and Nicole Kelleners Laurence W. Levine Foundation, James Levine Anatoly Lezhen* and Cobey Flynn Janno Lieber* and Amy Glosser Andrew J. Martin-Weber Donald R. Mullen, Jr. Eliot Nolen and Timothy Bradley, White Cedar Fund Steven B. Rissman* Anthony D. Schlesinger* and Anne Forward Jolie Curtsinger Schwartz* and Gabe Schwartz Jon and NoraLee Sedmak

for enabling St. Ann’s Warehouse to provide an artistic home for brilliant international companies, American avant-garde masters, and promising emerging artists.

Sarah Billinghurst Soloman Aliana* and David Spungen Jean Stein, JKW Foundation Two Trees Management Co.: Jane, Jed and David C. Walentas* Wendy vanden Heuvel, piece by piece productions David Wagner* and Elizabeth Cecil Willkie, Farr & Gallagher, Thomas H. French* Pia and Jimmy Zankel

The Shubert Foundation The Spingold Foundation The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust TheaterMania The Tow Foundation Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP The Winston Foundation Yorke Construction Corporation Robert Goldberg

GOVERNMENT

CAPITAL DONORS

National Endowment for the Arts New York City Council New York State Council on the Arts

CORPORATE AND FOUNDATION

CBRE Con Edison Culture Ireland Davis Polk & Wardwell DBI Empire Stores Dumbo Forest City Ratner Companies Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP The Jim Henson Foundation J.P. Morgan Chase & Co Kushner Companies Charitable Foundation Latham & Watkins LLP The M&T Charitable Foundation The MAP Fund Marvel Architects, Jonathan J. Marvel McCarthy Tétrault LLP New England Foundation for the Arts’ National Theater Project Pierhouse at Brooklyn Bridge Park Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP The Jerome Robbins Foundation Norman & Bettina Roberts Foundation Andrew Sabin Family Foundation The Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation The Morris and Alma Schapiro Fund The Scherman Foundation Sharp Fund PLD Shook Hardy & Bacon LLP

JOSEPH S.* AND DIANE H. STEINBERG THEATER THE MAX FAMILY GARDEN, DIANE AND ADAM E. MAX* NEW YORK CITY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS NEW YORK CITY COUNCIL OFFICE OF THE BROOKLYN BOROUGH PRESIDENT TWO TREES MANAGEMENT CO.: JANE, JED AND DAVID C. WALENTAS* THE ANDREW W. MELLON FOUNDATION FORD FOUNDATION PETER JAY SHARP FOUNDATION NEW YORK STATE ASSEMBLY, HON. JOAN L. MILLMAN WENDY VANDEN HEUVEL, JKW FOUNDATION JEANNE DONOVAN FISHER TIMOTHY AND STEPHANIE INGRASSIA ALAN H. AND JUDITH R. FISHMAN WILLKIE, FARR & GALLAGHER LLP Anonymous (2) American Express Judy and John M. Angelo Jody and John Arnhold Peter and Kristin Becker David and Antonia Belt Adele and Leonard Block Foundation Bloomberg Philanthropies Booth Ferris Foundation Brooklyn Community Foundation Brooklyn Daily Eagle Lord John Browne of Madingley

Eric and Ana Cantor Kay Ellen Consolver* and John Storkerson Curtis Cravens John and Kristi Cumming Anne E. Delaney, The Starry Night Fund The Cory and Bob Donnalley Charitable Foundation Susan Feldman* In memory of Ron Fink Blake and Andrew* Foote Forest City Ratner Companies Ella Foshay Thomas H. French* and Jennifer Miller Brian P. Friedman Family Foundation Howard Gilman Foundation Elise and Eric Girardin William Goldstein Elizabeth* and Mark Gormley Hank* and Karoly Gutman Richard and Martha Handler Hearst Foundations Ruth and Stephen* Hendel Tamar Huberman and Mike Clarfeld Susan Henshaw Jones in honor of Brendan Gill James E. Jordan Jay Jordan Peter Davidson and K. Drew McGhee, J.M. Kaplan Fund JTS Fund at The New York Community Trust Andre* and Nicole Kelleners Laurence W. Levine Foundation, James Levine Anatoly Lezhen* and Cobey Flynn

Janno Lieber* and Amy Glosser The Lupin Foundation M&T Charitable Foundation, Robert Wilmers The Curtis McGraw Foundation Sandy McLeod and Sam Dryden, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Carmine Capossela and Maura McDonnell, Mountain Meadows Foundation David E. Nachman and Amy Schulman The New York Community Trust The New York Community Trust, LuEsther T. Mertz Advised Fund New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature Stavros Niarchos Foundation Janet and David Offensend Prospect Hill Foundation, John and Gaily Beinecke Rick and Candace Beinecke Steven B. Rissman* Norman and Bettina Roberts Foundation The Morris and Alma Schapiro Fund, Rufus Collins Anthony D. Schlesinger* and Anne Forward Jolie Curtsinger Schwartz* and Gabe Schwartz Mike and Janet Slosberg The Spingold Foundation Aliana and David Spungen Jean Stein, JKW Foundation Tiger Baron Fund

David Wagner* and Elizabeth Cecil White Cedar Fund Joanne Witty and Eugene Keilin Fund Carol Yorke and Gerard Conn

*St. Ann’s Warehouse Board Member

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS

Mayor Bill De Blasio Melissa Mark-Viverito, Speaker, NYC Council Jimmy Van Bramer, NYC Council Julissa Ferreras, NYC Council Stephen Levin, NYC Council Mark Treyger, NYC Council Tom Finkelpearl, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs Mitchell J. Silver, NYC Department of Parks and Recreation Eric L. Adams, Brooklyn Borough President’s Office Rose Harvey, NYS Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Regina Myer, Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation Daniel Squadron, State Senate Joanne Simon, State Assembly Charles E. Schumer, U.S. Senate Kristen E. Gillibrand, U.S. Senate Nydia Velazquez, U.S. Congress

THE ANDREW W.

MELLON FOUNDATION


2016–2017 CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 15 THU 7:30PM TAYLOR MAC: ACT I 17 20 22 24 27 30

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Come Early and Stay Late!

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Bar Jolie by Vinegar Hill House hosts a menu of fresh seasonal fare, craft beers, and premium wines. Grab a drink pre or post show and take in the breathtaking New York skyline, framed by the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges.

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The Max Family Garden provides shelter from the wind in winter and shade in summer. This charming, triangular garden in Brooklyn Bridge Park with meandering paths and spectacular views, invites you to sit and catch your breath within the historic brick walls of the former Tobacco Warehouse.

PHOTO CREDITS: Cover Arlington: Patrick Redmond; Taylor Mac: Ian Douglas, Ves Pitts; Daniel Kitson: Gavin Osborne; Penny Arcade: Steven Menendez; The Tempest: Nadav Kander; 946: Steve Tanner; Arlington: Colm Hogan; Membership Henry IV: David Sundberg / Esto; Donors: David Sundberg / Esto; Calendar: Teddy Wolff, David Sundberg / Esto; Back Cover: Pavel Antonov DESIGN: Flyleaf Creative

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