Olivier Award winner Denise Gough rehearses People, Places & Things under the direction of Jeremy Herrin for its run at St. Ann's Warehouse.
Olivier Award winner Denise Gough rehearses People, Places & Things under the direction of Jeremy Herrin for its run at St. Ann's Warehouse.
(© Helen Maybanks)

The St. Ann's Warehouse presentation of the National Theatre/Headlong's production of People, Places & Things by Duncan Macmillan (1984) is currently in rehearsals ahead of performances set to begin October 19. Opening night for the production, directed by Jeremy Herrin, is scheduled for October 25.

Nathaniel Martello-White stars as Mark.
Nathaniel Martello-White stars as Mark.
(© Helen Maybanks)

People, Places & Things makes its American premiere after playing London's West End in 2016. The production is described as follows: "Emma was having the time of her life. Now she's in rehab. Her first step is to admit that she has a problem. But the problem isn't with Emma, it's with everything else. She needs to tell the truth. But she's smart enough to know that there's no such thing. When intoxication feels like the only way to survive the modern world, how can she ever sober up?"

The cast of People, Places & Things rehearse a scene.
The cast of People, Places & Things rehearse a scene.
(© Helen Maybanks)

Denise Gough, whose turn as Emma won her an Olivier Award for Best Actress, returns for the New York engagement. She is joined by Jacob James Beswick (T, Ensemble), Alistair Cope (Foster), Jacqui Dubois (Jodi, Ensemble), Charlotte Gascoyne (Charlotte, Ensemble), Kevin McMonagle (Paul, Dad), Nathaniel Martello-White (Mark), Barbara Marten (Doctor, Therapist, Mum), Himesh Patel (Shaun, Ensemble), and Laura Woodward (Laura, Ensemble).

Performances of People, Places & Things begin October 19.
Performances of People, Places & Things begin October 19.
(© Helen Maybanks)

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