‘Black’ is back

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A production by the National Theater of Scotland, “Blackwatch” (pictured) follows a regiment of soldiers as they fight in the Iraq war. The previous 23 performances, which took place last fall at St. Ann’s Warehouse in DUMBO, all sold out. So the producers vowed to bring it back.

“We have to satisfy our audience,” director John Tiffany said from his office in Glasgow. “We had such a brilliant time in November that we felt like we hadn’t finished our job in a way. There was talk of moving it to a bigger venue, but a Brooklyn theater just felt right. I’m delighted that it’s going to remain at St. Ann’s.”

For those who loved it last year — or who have been kicking themselves for not getting tickets before they sold out the first time around — tickets are on sale now for the upcoming run.

“Blackwatch” runs Oct. 9 through Nov. 30 at St. Ann’s Warehouse (38 Water St. at Dock Street in DUMBO). Tickets are $55 to $75. For information, call (718) 254-8779 or visit

Updated 5:06 pm, July 9, 2018
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