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Don’t be a dummy: Head to DUMBO in January to see Daniel Kitson’s one-man show

32460aIn 2009, Daniel Kitson brought a one-man show to the Edinburgh Fringe about a man who spent years writing dozens of suicide letters. In January 2011, "The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church" makes its American premiere with a month-long run in Brooklyn's DUMBO neighborhood, as Kitson settles in at St. Ann's Warehouse. Previews begin Jan. 6, with shows scheduled through Jan. 30. Tickets run $35-$45.

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