He would most likely bristle at the commercial idea of ‘cracking America’ – but Daniel Kitson has landed a month-long run in New York.
His acclaimed monologue The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church is to receive its American premiere with a 22-night run at St. Ann's Warehouse next year. The fringe venue, in the shadow of Brooklyn Bridge, will host the show from January 6 to 30.
Kitson will also be taking the 90-minute storytelling show to New Zealand’s Auckland Festival in March.
The monologue – about a man whose death is endlessly postponed as it takes him so long to write the 57 suicide notes he wanted to write – was originally performed at the 2009 Edinburgh Fringe.