St Ann's Warehouse | DUMBO

Following a sold-out season at the National Theatre and in London’s West End, Denise Gough reprises her Olivier award-winning role in the American Premiere of People, Places & Things at St. Ann’s Warehouse from October 19 to November 19, 2017, in DUMBO.

A raw, heartbreaking and truthful performance about life spinning recklessly out of control. Emma was having the time of her life. Now she’s in rehab.

Her first step is to admit that she has a problem. But the problem isn’t with Emma, it’s with everything else. She needs to tell the truth. But she’s smart enough to know that there’s no such thing. When intoxication feels like the only way to survive the modern world, how can she ever sober up?

This American Premiere marks the first collaboration between St. Ann’s Warehouse and the National Theatre.

“We are absolutely delighted to be collaborating with St. Ann’s to give New York audiences the opportunity to see Duncan Macmillan’s extraordinary play about addiction, and thrilled that Denise Gough, who originated the complex central character of Emma in London, will be reprising her powerful and visceral performance in Brooklyn,” commented Tim Levy, director of NT America, in a press statement.


Run Time: Approx. 2 hours 20 mins with intermission. For Tickets Click Here.



• Opening Night | WED OCT 25

• Inside Circle Reception | FRI OCT 27

• VoicesOn Talkback | FRI OCT 27
Following the 7:30pm performance please join us for a talkback with cast and creatives.

• Inside Circle Dinner | TUE NOV 7

• American Express® Card Member Night | THURS NOV 16
Following the 7:30PM performance, please join us for an exclusive American Express® post-show event!



In the heart of Brooklyn Bridge Park, under the vision of St. Ann’s Warehouse founder and Artistic Director Susan Feldman, Marvel Architects, DBI Projects, theater consultants Charcoalblue and a team of expert engineers have designed a theater that offers St. Ann’s signature versatility and grandeur on an amplified scale while respecting the walls of the original 1860 Tobacco Warehouse. The new building complex includes, a Studio for smaller-scale events and community uses, as well as The Max Family Garden designed by landscape architects Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, which is open to Brooklyn Bridge Park visitors during Park hours, and Bar Jolie curated by Vinegar Hill House in the lobby.

Among the many acclaimed St. Ann’s productions are Lou Reed and John Cale’s Songs for ’Drella; Marianne Faithfull’s Blazing Away; Artistic Director Susan Feldman’s Band in Berlin; Carter Burwell, Charlie Kaufman and the Coen Brothers’ Theater of the New Ear; The Wooster Group’s Hamlet, The Emperor Jones, To You, the Birdie!; Mark Rylance’s Measure for Measure and Nice Fish; Antony’s Turning; Mabou Mines’ DollHouse; Lou Reed’s Berlin; Cynthia Hopkins’ Accidental Trilogy; Enda Walsh’s The Last Hotel, The Walworth Farce and Misterman with Cillian Murphy; TR Warszawa’s Macbeth, Festen, and 4:48 Psychosis; The National Theatre of Scotland’s Black Watch and Let The Right One In; the American debuts of Jeff Buckley, Daniel Kitson and Kate Tempest; Yael Farber’s Mies Julie; Dmitry Krymov’s Opus No. 7; Emma Rice/Kneehigh’s Brief Encounter, Tristan & Yseult; The Donmar Warehouse and Phyllida Lloyd’s all-female Shakespeare Trilogy; Tricycle Theatre’s Red Velvet; and the Young Vic’s A Streetcar Named Desire.


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