St. Ann's Warehouse
38 Water St
Brooklyn, NY 11217
St. Ann's Warehouse is a performing arts institution in Brooklyn, New York.
Formerly the Church of St. Ann and the Holy Trinity on Montague Street, in 1980 the site was converted into a venue for classical music. Initially known as Arts at St. Ann's, proceeds from the stage's performances were used to aid in renovating the building.
In 2000 it relocated to a former spice milling factory in the DUMBO section of Brooklyn, where it has served as a stage for musicians such as David Bowie, Lou Reed, Joe Strummer, Aimee Mann, Nick Cave, Rufus Wainwright and John Cale. Theatrical shows have included the Bertholt Brecht/Kurt Weill musical The Seven Deadly Sins, starring Marianne Faithfull.