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|SAT||May 1||2:00 pm|
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in END OF THE ROAD
by NO THEATER
St. Ann's Warehouse presents the American Premiere of Young@Heart in END OF THE ROAD by No Theater, the third part of the Chorus' musical theater "road" trilogy. End of the Road is an exploration of the power of music to transcend age. The show takes audiences on a journey through the 20th century, with ballads giving way to hardcore rock & roll. Some of the songs are pure fun ("Monkey Gone to Heaven" by The Pixies), while others are tender in the Chorus' hands ("Handle with Care" by The Traveling Wilburys). A core value for Young@Heart can be summed up in one of its famous program notes: "We all have to die. Some of us are lucky enough to grow old first." They are having a ball and so are their audiences.
The legendary Young@Heart Chorus and No Theater have collaborated since 1983, taking the first two stage shows of their trilogy on the road to Europe, Canada and Australia. And while iconic artists such as David Byrne have championed them, End of the Road at St. Ann's Warehouse will mark the first Young@Heart/No Theater production to be seen in America.
Produced by Manchester International Festival, Young@Heart and No Theater.
Funding for End of the Road is provided in part by public funds from the New York City Council: Speaker Christine C. Quinn, Finance Committee Chair Domenic M. Recchia, Jr,, former Councilman David Yassky through the New York City Dept for the Aging, Lilliam Barrios-Paoli, Commissioner and the New York City Dept of Cultural Affairs, Kate D. Levin, Commissioner. Supported by the Brooklyn Community Foundation
ABOUT NO THEATER
Since 1978 No Theater has performed such works as the original productions of THE ELEPHANT MAN, LAST RESORT, and DUPE at The Performing Garage on Wooster Street in New York and has created new works for the stage in Japan, Australia, San Francisco, Oklahoma City and throughout Europe. No Theater directors Roy Faudree and Sheena See have performed regularly in The Wooster Group productions since 1990. No Theater’s name comes from the fact that for its first 4 years it had no theater, no permanent performance space, but would convert empty spaces into theaters with each of its new productions.
Photo by Jeff Derose
"To observe the Young@Heart Chorus...is to be uplifted"- The New York Times
"The floors will thud. The walls will shake. The innards of that old piano will take a licking they’ll never forget. The Young@Heart Chorus is warming up." - Irish Times
“It may sound like a gimmick, but Young@Heart is no karaoke act. They’re a cover band for the ages.” - Associated Press