Burrell courted in U.K.

Thesp in 'Love' with Dillane

American thesp Ty Burrell (“Fur”) will join Stephen Dillane in “Drunk Enough to Say I Love You?,” the latest from Caryl Churchill (“Cloud Nine,” “Top Girls”) at London’s Royal Court Theater.

Two-hander, about a dysfunctional relationship between two men, preems at the Court in November. Helmed by James MacDonald (who is directing Christopher Shinn’s “Dying City” at Lincoln Center in the spring), the play seems a strong candidate to show up in New York in the future: It’s presented in association with Gotham’s Public Theater, where Burrell co-starred in “Richard III” in 2004.

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