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Check out photos of St. Ann’s Warehouse’s new permanent home

Take a tour of iconic performing arts institution St. Ann’s Warehouse’s permanent digs in Dumbo, Brooklyn

Written by
Tim Lowery
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It’s been a long time coming, baby. For 35 years, St. Ann’s Warehouse has been bringing top-notch, envelope-pushing performances and theater shows—think everything from John Cale and Lou Reed’s “Songs for Drella” to last year’s adaptation of Let the Right One In—to audiences throughout Brooklyn. And now, the transient company is set to unveil its first-ever, fully functioning home, a refurbished warehouse in Brooklyn Bridge Park that comes complete with a complex catwalk system, multipurpose theater, courtyard, booze-schilling lobby and more. Want to check it out in the flesh? The space opens to the public October 17, 2015, and presents the U.S. premiere of Donmar Warehouse’s all-female Henry IV on November 6, 2015.

All photographs by Teddy Wolff

Photograph: Teddy Wolff

Photograph: Teddy Wolff

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Photograph: Teddy Wolff

Photograph: Teddy Wolff

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Photograph: Teddy Wolff

Photograph: Teddy Wolff

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Photograph: Teddy Wolff

Photograph: Teddy Wolff

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