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Daniel Kitson's The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church to Play St. Ann's Warehouse in January

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Daniel Kitson's one-man show The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church will play a limited engagement at St. Ann's Warehouse, January 6-30.

The piece focuses on man who's trying to accomplish one thing: writing fifty-seven letters in one sitting.

The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church received the Edinburgh Fringe First Award in 2009. Among Kitson's other theater pieces are A Made Up Story and Stories For the Wobbly-Hearted, which was seen in New York as part of the 2006 Brits Off-Broadway festival. In addition to his work as a theater performer/writer, he has also toured internationally as a stand-up comedian.

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