A Grim, Blues-Driven Tale


In keeping with the spirit of stepmoms who leave their kids to die in the woods and wolves who eat little old ladies, The Wild Bride at St. Ann’s Warehouse is a dark folktale about a girl whose father inadvertently trades her to the devil. In her review, Katya Schapiro raves that the play, whose score is influenced by the blues of Robert Johnson and the music of the Balkans, “seems to throb with energy, bursting at the perfectly executed seams.” Tickets start at $55, and there are matinees for your precocious 8 year olds and up.

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