Keep (St Ann's Warehouse)
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Keep (St Ann's Warehouse)

Keep (St Ann's Warehouse) NYC Reviews and Tickets

(12 Reviews)
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Quirky, Funny, Indulgent, Ambitious, Clever

About the Show

British storyteller and comedian Daniel Kitson returns to St. Ann’s Warehouse with his latest solo piece.

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Member Reviews (12)

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501 Reviews | 127 Followers
Quirky, Thought-provoking, Clever, Funny, Entertaining

See it if interested in watching a brilliant monologist do his thing however it is u describe it; comic, cerebral, quick thinking/talking; very funny

Don't see it if you don't like to laugh, don't appreciate the minutia & importance of one's life or 1 man shows; second half slows down, needs a trim Read more

431 Reviews | 93 Followers
Indulgent, Slow, Quirky, Ambitious, Clever

See it if You want a night of theater unlike any other you will probably ever see. Astoundingly original. Funny and smart.

Don't see it if You want a non stop laugh fest. I little biting at times, a little sad at others. Definitely slow at some points.

409 Reviews | 74 Followers
Quirky, Entertaining, Intelligent, Funny, Clever

See it if Solo show from a British comedian whose premise is to read index cards listing items in his home. He is very good at telling stories while*

Don't see it if like traditional theater or traditional stand-up; don't like very long shows. It was over 2 hours (no intermission) when I saw it & really * Read more

412 Reviews | 69 Followers
Punishingly long, Indulgent, Relevant, Intelligent, Funny

See it if you like Daniel Kitson and want to hear an intelligent monologue about the stuff in our life. But it does become repetitive and was too long

Don't see it if you don't like monologues and talent that abuses the audience by telling you the show is 2hrs long and is still going strong at 2.5hrs. Read more

407 Reviews | 67 Followers
Indulgent, Funny, Banal, Ambitious

See it if You know the comedian and enjoy his work

Don't see it if True stand-up

94 Reviews | 43 Followers
Daniel kitson's latest is a bizarre hodgepodge that may not reach the uninitiated, but is always fascinating

See it if you never miss a Daniel Kitson show and want to see what he's got cooked up this time.

Don't see it if you've never seen Kitson. This shouldn't be your first. It's rambling & tedious, but may still appeal to you. It's a one of a kind. Read more

94 Reviews | 7 Followers
Thought-provoking, Great acting, Funny, Ambitious, Absorbing

See it if motor-mouth word magic

Don't see it if don't like monologues or can't handle one that is intense and rather long

66 Reviews | 21 Followers
Thought-provoking, Intelligent, Edgy, Fun & interesting premise, tiresome & repetitious execution, Quirky, eccentric, way too long

See it if you are a Daniel Kitson fan and enjoy eccentric, idiosyncratic, clever humor.

Don't see it if sputtering, dithering, cerebral comedy makes you uncomfortable. Read more

Critic Reviews (3)

The New York Times
December 8th, 2019

‘Daniel Kitson Takes Inventory: An excursion into the Theater of Lists at St. Ann’s Warehouse proves to be both original and exasperating.
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New York Magazine / Vulture
December 8th, 2019

"Behind his woolly beard and unthreatening sweater, he’s a laser-focused master craftsman. In the tricky monologue 'Keep,' he’s so delighted by the perfection of his own herringbone carpentry that he turns the piece around to show us the back.
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Front Mezz Junkies
December 10th, 2019

"Just like the central character, played most ingeniously by Daniel Kitson, who might, honestly, be the oddest, funniest, and whip-smartiest comic performer that I have seen in a long long time, there is just so much to say and so little time."
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