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For more than 30 years, St. Ann's Warehouse has presented an eclectic body of innovative theatre and concert presentations, and since 2000 the organization has brought its industrial setting to life from a converted spice-milling factory in DUMBO. The Druid's Penelope—the Fringe First Award winner at the 2010 Edinburgh Festival—presents a loose adaptation of the final chapter of The Odyssey as four men vie for an impossible love and face the inevitability of death at the bottom of a drained swimming pool. Kneehigh Theatre's The Red Shoes (adapted from the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen) tells the macabre tale of a girl possessed by a pair of magically dancing shoes that refuse to come off. Kneehigh Theatre's sensuous, surreal interpretation includes dark cabaret and a bit of blood, and is recommended for adults, children 8 years and up, and only the steeliest of teddy bears. In The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church, storyteller Daniel Kitson portrays a man who must delay his suicide in order to write 57 suicide letters, essentially postponing death with life.