Landmark Productions and Galway International Arts Festival are delighted to announce that Arlington by Enda Walsh will have its New York premiere at St Ann’s Warehouse in May of next year.
The production, written and directed by Enda Walsh and choreographed by Emma Martin, will play a four-week season at the prestigious New York theatre. Starring Charlie Murphy, Hugh O’Conor and Oona Doherty, the production also features the voices of Olwen Fouéré, Helen Norton and Stephen Rea.
Among the highlights of St. Ann’s Warehouse 2016/17 Season are the Donmar Warehouse production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest directed by Phyllida Lloyd; Kneehigh’s 946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips by Michael Morpurgo and Emma Rice who also directs; a new play by Daniel Kitson Mouse – The Persistence of an Unlikely Thought; and the epic A 24-Decade History of Popular Music by the avant-garde New York performance artist Taylor Mac which opens the season.
Arlington will run from 3 – 28 May 2017. www.stannswarehouse.org.