Visiting The New St. Ann’s Warehouse (Photos)

With Open House sweeping New York City this past weekend, many well-known landmarks and sites around the city opened their doors to flocks of tourists and residents to explore some of New York’s most iconic landmarks! Meanwhile in Brooklyn, St. Ann’s Warehouse presented an open house for its brand new state of the art theatre located on the East River just feet from the Brooklyn Bridge. While St. Ann’s previous home since 2000 has been an old spice milling factory in Brooklyn, the theatre company is moving to a 19th century tobacco warehouse they just spent $27 million dollars to overhaul. With a community space and theatre that can seat 700 people, Luner on Theatre had to check this out! Today, Luner on Theatre brings you a first look at the brand new St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn!

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Isn’t it stunning? While the renovation for the inside of the theatre is now complete, St. Ann’s Warehouse has even more in store for Brooklyn! The theatre plans to add a green space, essentially a garden, to its current complex as well which is still in the works. I highly recommend anyone in Brooklyn or New York City in general check out this well-known performing arts group new home! All photos in this blog post were taken by Luner on Theartre. For more information, visit St. Ann’s Warehouse Official Website, Facebook Page or TwitterAnd of course, check out the rest of Luner on Theatre for all your theatre news you don’t only need but want to know and so much more! 

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