A hilarious show inside an old spice milling factory in DUMBO!
A few days ago I went to watch the show “Nice Fish” at St. Ann’s Warehouse. Their original home was formerly the Church of St. Ann and the Holy Trinity on Montague Street, which was later transformed into a music venue in 1980. Then by the end of 2001, they moved into an old spice milling factory at Water Street, Dumbo.
The show is simply hilarious, the actors are extraordinary, the direction of the show is outstanding and the discussions revolve around life’s greatest questions.
It takes place on the frozen Minnesota lake during the end of the fishing season and the words are based on the prose poetry of Louis Jenkins.
It’s hard to appropriately describe Mark Rylance on stage (he also co-wrote the play) and his “partner-in-crime” Jim Lichtscheidl. Their outstanding performance does leave a series on unanswered questions for you to figure out on your own.
It’s definitely a show worth seeing more than once!
It’s live until Mach 27th, so don’t miss it! Have fun!
Tickets Start at $66.
Runtime: Approx. 95 minutes with no intermission.
45 Water Street - http://stannswarehouse.org