A brand-new story told entirely through the peripheries and pivot points of an as-yet undetermined number of debates, wrangles, quarrels, arguments, discussions, tiffs, altercations, contretemps, and squabbles.
Daniel Kitson, a well-regarded but bald-headed forty-year-old writer and performer from a small village in the north of England, visits Washington DC for the very first time with the world premiere of a brand new show written in this particular time, for this particular place, and likely to be both funny and thoughtful, absurd and serious, rich with humanity and riddled with frustration.
One of the brighter stars in the theater firmament…not to be missed.
English solo performer Daniel Kitson is known for his eccentric and engaging performances and stand-up routines. Kitson shies from the media–he has no agent or manager, gives no interviews, and only communicates with fans via mailing list.Read More