Medicine

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Enda Walsh brings his newest play, Medicine, to St. Ann's Warehouse following rave reviews at the Edinburgh International Festival and a sold-out premiere at the Galway International Arts Festival. Medicine tickets are on sale now.

John Kane is sitting on a hospital gurney, and very shortly a jazz percussionist, two women called Mary, a very old man and a giant lobster will arrive. Then everything will start. Medicine is a play that takes a look at how society treats the mentally ill and involves the audience in the experience.

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Running time: 
90 minutes, no intermission
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About Medicine:

John Kane is sitting on a hospital gurney, and very shortly a jazz percussionist, two women called Mary, a very old man and a giant lobster will arrive. Then everything will start.

By:
Enda Walsh
Director:
Enda Walsh
Songs by:
Teho Teardo
Lighting:
Adam Silverman
Sound:
Helen Atkinson
Design:
Jamie Vartan
Costume:
Joan O’Clery
Cast list:
Clare Barrett, Aoife Duffin, Domhnall Gleeson
Other info:
Live drumming composed and performed by Seán Carpio
Medicine Performance Dates & Times
Opening date: 
November 11, 2021
Closes: 
December 5, 2021
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Address:
45 Water St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Nearest subway station:
High Street - Brooklyn Bridge

Our Medicine Review

The way that one tells a story is often just as important as the tale that’s being told, which is why the clash of cacophony and tedium that comprises Enda Walsh’s Medicine ― currently playing at St. Ann’s Warehouse ― struck me as such an enervating experience.