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Welcome to the Next Forty

We are grateful for the past, knowing St. Ann & the Holy Trinity continues to thrive under progressive leadership, finding its own way to embrace arts and worship; seeing 29 Jay host theater, dance, and indispensable rehearsal studios; celebrating the brilliant design and creative ethos of our permanent home in Brooklyn Bridge Park. It’s a glorious legacy. As artists, we live in the present, our work ephemeral and responsive, in constant forward motion. Which brings us to the 2019–20 Season and the Next Forty, starting now! Many thanks to all the St. Ann’s Boards, Staffs, and Friends—past, present and yet to be born.

ARTS AT ST. ANN’S, CHURCH OF ST. ANN & THE HOLY TRINITY, BROOKLYN HEIGHTS | 1979–2000

The 2019–20 St. Ann’s Warehouse Season marks our 40th Anniversary. Despite a movable feast of multiple homes, in all that time, we never missed a season! At the crossroads where theater meets rock and roll (wherever we are), artists continue to knock it out of the park at St. Ann’s Warehouse with great courage and commitment.


ST. ANN’S WAREHOUSE • 38 WATER STREET, DUMBO | 2000–2012 29 JAY STREET, DUMBO | 2012–2015

TOBACCO WAREHOUSE, DUMBO | 2015–NOW


Auf dem Heimweg von einem Weihnachtsessen in Paris trifft der junge Édouard um 4 Uhr morgens auf der Place de la République auf Reda, einen Mann algerischer Herkunft. Sie kommen ins Gespräch, beginnen zu flirten, und wenig später nimmt Édouard Reda mit zu sich in seine Einzimmerwohnung. Die beiden verbringen die Nacht miteinander, Reda erzählt von seiner Kindheit und dem Vater, der aus Algerien nach Frankreich geflohen ist. Die Stimmung ist ausgelassen, sie lachen, tauschen Zärtlichkeiten aus und haben Sex. Doch als Édouard bei ihrer Verabschiedung wenige Stunden später entdeckt, dass sein Smartphone verschwunden ist, und Reda plötzlich einen Revolver hervorholt und ihn bedroht, schlägt die Situation jäh in Bedrohung und Gewalt um und mündet in die Vergewaltigung Édouards. Am nächsten Morgen begibt sich Édouard in polizeiliche und medizinische Obhut. In seiner Ratlosigkeit, wie er mit seinem Trauma umgehen soll, flieht er in die nordfranzösische Provinz zu seiner Schwester Clara und vertraut ihr die Geschichte an. Die Stimmen und Reaktionen seines Umfeldes, der Polizei und der behandelnden Mediziner auf den dramatischen Vorfall enthüllen einen gesellschaftlich tief verwurzelten Rassismus, Homophobie und intransparente Machtstrukturen.


ST. ANN’S WAREHOUSE PRESENTS

History of Violence By Édouard Louis Adapted by Thomas Ostermeier, Florian Borchmeyer and Édouard Louis Directed by Thomas Ostermeier

Performed in German with English supertitles. Contains nudity and sexual situations. Recommended for ages 16+.

AMERICAN PREMIERE

NOv 13 – DEC 1, 2019


“...the more you talk and write about violence the more goodness you can create in the world.” — Édouard Louis, interview with Tobias Grey, The New York Times

Director Thomas Ostermeier and Schaubühne Berlin return to St. Ann’s Warehouse with Édouard Louis’ searing autobiographical novel. Through the fractured recall of Édouard, his sister, police, and doctors, History of Violence reconstructs the trauma of a desire-filled encounter turned violent. A layered retelling that is both devastating and funny, the production uncovers deeply rooted societal racism, homophobia, and rage unbridled, until all that remains is a nuanced, closely guarded memory. “Brave and ambitious” – The Guardian


CONTINUING THE

The Queer as German Folk exhibition honors 50 years of activism and the ongoing struggle for queer liberation, offering perspectives from West Germany, East Germany, and reunified Germany in relation to the activist scene in the United States. Curated by Birgit Bosold and Carina Klugbauer of the Schwules Museum in Berlin, the core of the exhibition captures moments in German queer movements that caused shockwaves both big and small, from early leather meeting places in Kreuzberg to the feminist scene in East Germany; from the founding of the Network of Black Women in Germany to today’s trans demonstrations. The New York version also includes clips of queer activists describing their “Stonewall Moments,” highlighting both the relevance of queer history and the urgency of today’s struggle. Queer as German Folk is a project of the Goethe-Institut North America in cooperation with Schwules Museum, Berlin, and Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (Federal Agency for Civic Education).

Exhibition at St. Ann’s Warehouse NOv 13 – DEC 1


CONVERSATION

Édouard Louis Talk at BAM The internationally acclaimed author discusses classism, homophobia, and racism.

Co-presented by St. Ann’s Warehouse and BAM MON NOv 11 AT 7PM TICKETS: $20 | BAM.ORG/TALKS

History of Violence is part of a series of events celebrating Édouard Louis in collaboration with BAM, which will present The End of Eddy as part of their 2019 Next Wave.


ST. ANN’S WAREHOUSE PRESENTS

Daniel Kitson Keep

DEC 4 – 19, 2019


A new show about how much past the present can usefully contain. About rigor and generosity. About postcards and hair pins and a certificate from Harry Ramsden’s in Blackpool. About how long it takes to stop noticing where you are. About the compromise of a full life and the burden of a full heart and how it’s impossible to know where looking back will lead. About the task of being who we are without denying who we’ve been. About the importance of regret and the possibility of hope and the delusional idea of starting again. About all the books I’ve never read and all the jam I’ve ever eaten and the bags of torn tickets and the drawers of empty pens and the inevitable sadness of ever holding on to anything. About, in short, the stuff in my house and the thoughts in my head. — Daniel Kitson


The time is out of joint.

O cursèd spite, That ever I


was born to set it right!

— Hamlet 1.5.186–190


“THE JUNGLE ARRIVES WITH ASTONISHING POIGNANCY AND POWER” — The New York Times

The Jungle SPING 2020


Last winter, the acclaimed Good Chance/National Theatre/Young Vic production of The Jungle sold out at St. Ann’s Warehouse. In Spring 2020, this multi-award winning production returns to St. Ann’s, launching a U.S. tour of this “thrilling…ravishing…devastating” play (The New York Times), which has taken London, New York, and San Francisco by storm. The Jungle evokes an improvised refugee camp in Calais, France where thousands of adults and children fleeing drought, war and civil strife sought their “good chance”—a way to reach safety by crossing into the U.K. By putting a human face on an inhumane response to a global crisis, The Jungle asks why those in severe need must face great danger when crossing borders in their search for safety. Visit the Afghan Flag restaurant. Break bread with the resilient refugees and volunteers who, in a freezing, inhospitable environment, built a warm, self-governing society out of nothing. The Jungle offers empathy and compassion in place of fear and punishment. “The Jungle arrives with astonishing poignancy and power…It feels as if all the world is holding its breath” — The New York Times


“Vivid and complex in its portrayal of human resilience in the face of humani

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK CITY • AMERICAN PREMIERE | NOv 2018–JAN 2019: The Jungle plays to a sold-out audience of 20,000 people at St. Ann’s Warehouse

VVVVV

— Independent

— The Sunday Times

— Michael Billington, The Guardian

“Every one of your

“The Jungle arrives in New York with astonishing poignancy and INTERNATIONAL PHENOMENON CALAIS | 2015–2016: Writers Joe Murphy & Joe Robertson establish Good

The Jungle transfers to the Playhouse Theatre, produced by Sonia Friedman Productions, Tom Kirdahy, Hunter Arnold

“Theatre shakes hands with the world”

OBIE AWARDS | MAY 2019: Cast and Creative Team of The Jungle win Special Obie Citation

V V V V V — The Observer V V V V V — Financial Times

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SAN FRANCISCO • U.S. WEST COAST PREMIERE | MAR–MAY 2019: The Jungle premieres at The Curran Theater

VVVVV

— Metro London

“Packs a powerful punch in the current political era”


tarian catastrophe”— Lyn Gardner, The Guardian political representatives should be required to experience...”— The Washington Post “It feels as if all the world is holding its breath…”

THE JUNGLE By Joe Murphy & Joe Robertson Directed by Stephen Daldry & Justin Martin

LONDON • WORLD PREMIERE | DEC 2017–JAN 2018: The Jungle opens at the Young Vic co-produced and commissioned by the National Theatre/Young Vic

WEST END| JUN–OCT 2018:

U.S. • RETURN TO ST. ANN’S WAREHOUSE / AMERICAN TOUR | APR 2020: Due to popular demand,

V V V V V “A story we need to hear” — Time Out London — The Hollywood Reporter V V V V V — The Telegraph

“Thrilling...Ravishing...Devastating…Vigorously Engrossing…” — The New York Times — Critics’ Pick!

St. Ann’s Warehouse & Good Chance present A Good Chance / National Theatre / Young Vic Production of

Pakistan, Palestine, Somalia, Sudan, Syria

Chance in the Jungle migrant camp with refugees from Afghanistan, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Iran, Iraq, Kurdistan, Kuwait,

The Jungle will return to St. Ann’s Warehouse, launching a tour to U.S. cities

power”

2019 OBIE AWARD® WINNER SPECIAL CITATION


ST. ANN’S WAREHOUSE PRESENTS

SUMME 2020


THANK YOU TO OUR PROGRAM SPONSORS Lead Season Sponsor Official Card of St. Ann’s Warehouse

History of Violence History of Violence is part of Wunderbar Together-Year of German American Friendship. The initiative is funded by the German Federal Foreign Office, implemented by the Goethe-Institut and supported by the Federation of German Industries (BDI).

Coproduction with Théâtre de la Ville Paris, Théâtre National Wallonie-Bruxelles and St. Ann’s Warehouse. This production is supported by Lotto Stiftung Berlin.

Production support:

ANDREW J. MARTIN-WEBER

Hamlet

The Jungle

Puppet Lab

v. HANSMANN

Production support for Hamlet: Culture Ireland, The Nancy Malone Trust, J.L. Greene Arts Access Fund in The New York Community Trust, Marcia Whitaker, Kathleen J. Yoh

Production support for The Jungle: Alexander Leff, American Express, Jeanne Donovan Fisher, SHS Foundation, J.L. Greene Arts Access Fund in The New York Community Trust, Leyli Zohrenejad

Puppet Lab is supported by The Jim Henson Foundation.

PHOTO CREDITS: Front cover photography: Teddy Wolff | Anniversary Spread photography: “40” Teddy Wolff | 45 Water St. photography: © David Sundberg/Esto | Additional photography courtesy of St. Ann's Warehouse archive | History of Violence photography: Arno Declair | Édouard Louis portrait: Julien Bourgeois | Édouard Louis textural photography: Teddy Wolff | Keep photography: Daniel Kitson | Hamlet key art photography: Chris Sutton | Hamlet key art design: Matt Dixon Studio | Hamlet production photography: Ros Kavanagh | The Jungle title page photography: Teddy Wolff | The Jungle kitchen photography: Teddy Wolff | The Jungle graffiti photography: Miguel Ángel Amórtegui, Lauren Tuvell | The Jungle dome photography: Miguel Ángel Amórtegui | Puppet Lab photography: Richard Termine | Puppet Lab title texture: Teddy Wolff | Buy Tickets photography: Teddy Wolff | Oklahoma! photography: Teddy Wolff | Thank you photography: Teddy Wolff DESIGN: Flyleaf Creative


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