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John Tiffany-Directed Romantic Vampire Drama Let the Right One In to Play St. Ann's Warehouse

The drama is adapted from the novel and screenplay of the same title by Jack Thorne.

A moment from the West End production of Let the Right One In, directed by John Tiffany and associate directed by Steven Hoggett.
Rebecca Benson as Eli drinks the blood of one of her fellow cast members in the stage version of Let the Right One In, directed by John Tiffany and associate-directed by Steven Hoggett.

St. Ann's Warehouse will present John Tiffany's critically acclaimed West End production of Let The Right One In from January 20-February 15.

Based on the novel and screenplay by Swedish author John Ajvide Lindqvist, the drama is adapted for the stage by Jack Thorne. It was first produced by the National Theatre of Scotland before running at London's Royal Court and at the West End's Apollo Theatre.

Directed by Tiffany and featuring associate direction and movement by Steven Hoggett, the drama is a coming-of-age romance between a bullied high school student and his new next-door neighbor, a young woman who happens to be an ageless vampire. The New York run is produced by St. Ann's, the National Theatre of Scotland, Bill Kenwright, and Marla Rubin.

Tiffany and Hoggett worked with St. Ann's on their production of Black Watch. The pair also collaborated on the Broadway productions of Once and The Glass Menagerie.

Full casting for the New York run will be announced. The production features scenic and costume design by Christine Jones, lighting design by Chahine Yavroyan, sound design by Gareth Fry, co-costume design by Aileen Sherry, special effects by Jeremy Chernick, and music by Ólafur Arnalds.

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