A new show about postcards and hair pins and a certificate from Harry Ramsden’s in Blackpool. About how long it takes to stop noticing where you are. About the compromise of a full life and the burden of a full heart and how it’s impossible to know where looking back will lead. About the task of being who we are without denying who we’ve been. About the importance of regret and the possibility of hope and the delusional idea of starting again. About all the books I’ve never read and all the jam I’ve ever eaten and the bags of torn tickets and the drawers of empty pens and the inevitable sadness of ever holding on to anything.
About, in short, the stuff in my house and the thoughts in my head.
Monologist extraordinaire—unconditionally engaged
Studio Theatre is thrilled to welcome back British storyteller and comedian Daniel Kitson for the US premiere of his latest solo work Keep. A self-proclaimed “well-regarded but bald-headed writer and performer,” Kitson has developed a rabid cult following in the UK: his shows—funny and thoughtful, absurd and serious, rich with humanity and riddled with frustration—routinely sell out venues within minutes of being announced. In this interview, Artistic Director David Muse reflects on his status as a Kitson “groupie/fanboy/expert/devotee,” Kitson's uncommon and singular talents, and why Keep. is a can't-miss theatrical experience.Read More
English solo performer Daniel Kitson is known for his eccentric and engaging theatre 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