St Ann's Warehouse
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St Ann's Warehouse information
This avant-garde performance company hosts innovative theater and dance happenings that attract the Brooklyn literati. The calendar has featured rock opera, genre-defying music by new composers, and strange and wondrous puppet theater. In 2015, St Ann's moved to a new location in the historic Tobacco Warehouse facing Brooklyn Bridge Park.
In an industrial, red-brick building that dates back to the Civil War, St Ann's first permanent home – a high-tech 320-seat theater – stages some of New York's most thought-provoking productions (such as an all-female rendition of Shakespeare's Henry IV set in a women's penitentiary).