St. Ann's Warehouse Extends Nice Fish and A Streetcar Named Desire
Nice Fish is conceived, written, and adapted by Mark Rylance and Louis Jenkins.
Brooklyn's St. Ann's Warehouse has announced extensions for its upcoming productions of Nice Fish and A Streetcar Named Desire. Nice Fish will now run February 14-March 27, with A Streetcar Named Desire playing April 23-June 4.
Three-time Tony winner Mark Rylance (Twelfth Night) leads the cast of the New York City premiere of American Repertory Theater's production of Nice Fish, Rylance's stage adaptation of the poems of American prose poet Louis Jenkins. Directed by Rylance's wife, composer Claire van Kampen, the work is cowritten with Jenkins, the man behind two of Rylance's famous Tony acceptance speeches.
The American Premiere of the Young Vic & Joshua Andrews' production of Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire is directed by Benedict Andrews. The cast features Gillian Anderson, Ben Foster, Corey Johnson, and Vanessa Kirby.
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