Daniel Kitson's It's Always Right Now, Until It's Later Arrives at St. Ann's Warehouse Jan. 3

By Adam Hetrick
January 3, 2012

It's Always Right Now, Until It’s Later, Daniel Kitson's homage to the unacknowledged moments in life, begins performances Jan. 3 at St. Ann's Warehouse.



Kitson's The Interminable Suicide of Gregory Church played a sold-out run at St. Ann's last season. He returns with the new, 90-minute work, which plays its U.S. debut at St. Ann's through Jan. 29. The piece recently concluded an extended run at London's National Theatre.

"This is a show about every single one of us, the past in our pockets, the future in our hearts and us, ourselves, very much stuck, trapped forever, in the tiny eternal moment between the two," Kitson said in a statement.

In addition to its acclaimed London run, It's Always Right Now, Until It’s Later played a sold-out run during the 2010 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Kitson's A Made Up Story and Stories For the Wobbly-Hearted were awarded for their Edinburgh runs. Stories For the Wobbly-Hearted later premiered in the U.S. as part of the 2006 Brits Off-Broadway Festival.

The production has design by Susannah Henry and Kitson; and lighting by Rob Pell-Walpole and Kitson.

For tickets phone (718) 254-8779 or visit artsatstanns.org.

St. Ann's Warehouse is located at 38 Water Street (between Main and Dock St.) in Brooklyn, New York.